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  1. 1. Viking. Burial ship, from Oseberg, Norway. ca. 800. Vikingskiphuset, Universitets Oldsaksamling, Oslo, Norway. [Fig. 5.1]
  2. 2. Map: Anglo-Saxon England and Celtic Ireland. [Fig. Map 5.1]
  3. 3. Anglo-Saxon. Sutton Hoo Burial Ship: Purse cover. ca. 625. © The Trustees of the British Museum/Art Resource, NY. [Fig. 5.2]
  4. 4. Bishop Eadfrith of Lindisfarne. The Lindisfarne Gospels, from Northumbria, England: Carpet page. ca. 698. Manuscript illumination. 13-1/2" x 9-3/4". British Library, London. [Fig. 5.3]
  5. 5. Hiberno-Saxon. Book of Kells: Chi Rho Iota page in the Book of Matthew. Probably made at Iona, Scotland. Late eighth or early ninth century. Manuscript illumination. 13" x 9-1/2". Trinity College Library. Dublin, MS. 58 (A.1.6.), fol. 34v. [Fig. 5.4]
  6. 6. Anglo-Saxon. Vespasian Psalter: David and Court Musicians, now fol. 30b, but likely once the frontispiece. Canterbury, England. First half of eighth century. Manuscript illumination. British Library, MS Cotton Vespasian A.i. [Fig. 5.5]
  7. 7. Carolingian. Equestrian statue of Charlemagne. Early ninth century. Bronze with traces of gilt. Height: 9-1/2". Musée du Louvre, Paris. [Fig. 5.6]
  8. 8. Map: The Empire of Charlemagne to 814. [Fig. Map 5.2]
  9. 9. Carolingian. Monastery at St. Gall, Switzerland: Plan. Redrawn and translated from the original parchment with red ink. ca. 820. Drawing on parchment. 28" x 44-1/8". Stiftsbibliothek, St. Gall, Switzerland. [Fig. 5.7]
  10. 10. Medieval English. Liber scivias: Hildegard's Vision (facsimile of manuscript lost during World War II). ca. 1150-1200. Manuscript illumination (facsimile). [Fig. 5.8]
  11. 11. Musical Notation: Dixit Dominus from Psalm 109. [Fig. 5-MN.1]
  12. 12. Musical Notation: Kyrie Eleison from opening of mass. [Fig. 5-MN.2]
  13. 13. Ottonian. Gero Crucifix. ca. 970. Oak, painted and gilded. Figure: 6' 2". Cologne Cathedral, Germany. [Fig. 5.9]
  14. 14. Norman. The Bayeux Tapestry: King Edward the Confessor talking to Harold, Earl of Wessex. 1070-80. Embroidered wool on linen. Entire length: 231'. Musée de la Tapisserie, Bayeux, France/With special authorisation of the city of Bayeux/The Bridgeman Art Library. [Fig. 5-CL.1]
  15. 15. Norman. The Bayeux Tapestry: Harold swears allegiance to William. 1070-80. Embroidered wool on linen. Entire length: 231'. Musée de la Tapisserie, Bayeux, France/With special authorisation of the city of Bayeux/The Bridgeman Art Library. [Fig. 5-CL.2]
  16. 16. Norman. The Bayeux Tapestry: The Normans sail for England. 1070-80. Embroidered wool on linen. Entire length: 231'. Musée de la Tapisserie, Bayeux, France/With special authorisation of the city of Bayeux/The Bridgeman Art Library. [Fig. 5-CL.3]
  17. 17. Norman. The Bayeux Tapestry: After assuming the throne, Harold is disturbed by the arrival of a comet. 1070-80. Embroidered wool on linen. Entire length: 231'. Musée de la Tapisserie, Bayeux, France/With special authorisation of the city of Bayeux/The Bridgeman Art Library. [Fig. 5-CL.4]
  18. 18. Norman. The Bayeux Tapestry: Harold is hit by an error in the eye and is slain. 1070-80. Embroidered wool on linen. Entire length: 231'. Erich Lessing/Art Resource, NY. [Fig. 5-CL.5]
  19. 19. Romanesque. Abbey Church of Sainte-Foy, Conques, Auvergne, France. ca. 1050–1120. [Fig. 5.10]
  20. 20. Map: The Pilgrimage routes. [Fig. Map 5.3]
  21. 21. Romanesque. Reliquary effigy of Sainte-Foy. Made in the Auvergne region, France, for the Abbey Church of Sainte-Foy, Conques, France. 983-1013, with later additions. Gold and silver over a wooden core, with precious stones and cameos. Height: 34". Church Treasury, Conques. [Fig. 5.11]
  22. 22. Romanesque. Abbey Church of Sainte-Foy, Conques, Auvergne, France: Nave interior. ca. 1050-1120. [Fig. 5.12]
  23. 23. Romanesque. Abbey Church of Sainte-Foy, Conques, Auvergne, France: Plan, with ambulatory and radiating chapels. ca. 1050-1120. [Fig. 5.13]
  24. 24. Romanesque. Diagram: Romanesque portal (two-tone drawing). [Fig. 5.14]
  25. 25. Romanesque. Abbey Church of Sainte-Foy, Conques, Auvergne, France: West portal, tympanum, Last Judgment. ca. 1065. [Fig. 5.15]
  26. 26. Romanesque. Abbey Church of Sainte-Foy, Conques, Auvergne, France: West portal, tympanum, Last Judgment. Detail. ca. 1065. [Fig. 5.16]
  27. 27. Romanesque. Abbey Church (Cluny III), Cluny, Burgundy, France. View from the east. Reconstruction drawing after Conant. 1088-1130. [Fig. 5.17]
  28. 28. Musical Notation: Diagram of melismatic organum from Léonin’s “Halleluia, dies sanctificatus". [Fig. 5.18]
  29. 29. Romanesque. Krak des Chevaliers, Syria. First occupied 1109. [Fig. 5.19]
  30. 30. Romanesque. Reconstruction: Stone Castle (color drawing). Beginning 1078. [Fig. 5.20]
  31. 31. Romanesque. Casket with scenes of courtly love, from Limoges. ca. 1180. Champlevé enamel. 3-5/8" x 8-1/2" x 6-3/8". © The Trustees of the British Museum/Art Resource, NY. [Fig. 5.21]
  32. 32. Gothic. Chrétien de Troyes, Romance of Lancelot: Lancelot Crossing the Sword Bridge and Guinevere in the Tower. ca. 1300. Manuscript illumination. 13-1/2" x 10". © The Pierpont Morgan Library/Art Resource, NY. [Fig. 5.22]
  33. 33. Romanesque. Angel Subduing Demon. Decorated column capital in Romanesque style. Church of Sainte-Madeleine, Vézelay, France. ca. 1089-1206. Stone. [Fig. 5.23]
  34. 34. Gothic. Angel & Virgin of the Annunciation. Reims Cathedral, Reims, France. West façade, central portal. (Detail of fig. 6.13). 1245-55. Stone. [Fig. 5.24]

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