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The Early Middle Ages
The Anglo-Saxons in Britain          5th-7th c.
The Animal Style
Brooch, 6th c.
Purse Cover, 620s
Gospel Books
The Lindisfarne Gospels, c. 698
The Book of Kells   Celtic, c. 800
The Book of Matthew (Xi Rho Iota)
The Book of John
St. John the Evangelist
Christ Enthroned
The Franks
Statue of Charlemagne, early 9th c.Frankish King, 768-814, Emperor from 800
Lorsch Abbey, est. 764
Gateway of Lorsch Abbey, 774
Compare: The Arch of Constantine, 312
The Lorsch Gospels  (Codex Aureus)      778-820
The Carolingian Empire        800-888
The Palatine Chapel, Aachen        Built 796-814
Monasticism
St. Gall Monastery, Switzerland, c. 820
Cuxa Cloisterfrom the Abbey of St.-Michel-de-Cuxa          France, mid-12th c.
Carolingian Art
Codex Aureus of St. Emmeram           9th c.
Compare: Frankish Brooch, 650-725
Ivory Bucket for Holy Water, 860s-70s
Plaque with Personification of the          Moon, 9th c.
Ivory Plaques
St. John the Evangelist, early 9th c.
Emmaus Scenes, late 9th c.
Christ and the Apostles, late 9th c.
The Virgin Mary as a Personification of           the Church, 9th c.
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The Early Middle Ages

  1. 1. The Early Middle Ages
  2. 2. The Anglo-Saxons in Britain 5th-7th c.
  3. 3. The Animal Style
  4. 4. Brooch, 6th c.
  5. 5. Purse Cover, 620s
  6. 6. Gospel Books
  7. 7. The Lindisfarne Gospels, c. 698
  8. 8. The Book of Kells Celtic, c. 800
  9. 9. The Book of Matthew (Xi Rho Iota)
  10. 10. The Book of John
  11. 11. St. John the Evangelist
  12. 12. Christ Enthroned
  13. 13. The Franks
  14. 14. Statue of Charlemagne, early 9th c.Frankish King, 768-814, Emperor from 800
  15. 15. Lorsch Abbey, est. 764
  16. 16. Gateway of Lorsch Abbey, 774
  17. 17. Compare: The Arch of Constantine, 312
  18. 18. The Lorsch Gospels (Codex Aureus) 778-820
  19. 19. The Carolingian Empire 800-888
  20. 20. The Palatine Chapel, Aachen Built 796-814
  21. 21. Monasticism
  22. 22. St. Gall Monastery, Switzerland, c. 820
  23. 23. Cuxa Cloisterfrom the Abbey of St.-Michel-de-Cuxa France, mid-12th c.
  24. 24. Carolingian Art
  25. 25. Codex Aureus of St. Emmeram 9th c.
  26. 26. Compare: Frankish Brooch, 650-725
  27. 27. Ivory Bucket for Holy Water, 860s-70s
  28. 28. Plaque with Personification of the Moon, 9th c.
  29. 29. Ivory Plaques
  30. 30. St. John the Evangelist, early 9th c.
  31. 31. Emmaus Scenes, late 9th c.
  32. 32. Christ and the Apostles, late 9th c.
  33. 33. The Virgin Mary as a Personification of the Church, 9th c.

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