INDEX
Aachen 96, 97, 105, 108 ff., 120, 125, 140, 152, 157, 192 Cathedral Treasury: Gospel- Book 138 ff.
Abbeville, Bibliothèque Municipale: Gospel-Book from Saint- Riquier 142, 168
Ada School: Ivories, 119 f., 144; Manuscripts 41, 61, 131, 141
Adalhard 112
Aelbert of York106
Alaric 56
Alba Julia, Batthyány Library: Gospel-Book from Lorsch 142
Alcuin 85, 106 ff.
Alexandria 6, 10, 23, 43 ff., 51, 165 f., 175 f., 180
Ambrose 150
Amiens, Bibliothèque Municipale: Psalter from Corbie 118
Anastasius 43, 454
Angilbert, Abbot of Saint-Riquier 142
Angilbert, Archbishop of Milan 191
Antinous 12
Antioch 6, 23, 43 ff., 51, 60, 131, 176
Apaturius of Alabanda 156, 164 f.
Aphrodisias 12
Apollodorus of Damascus17
Arcadius 130
Armenia51, 60, 61 f.
Arms, Bibliothèque Municipale: Gospel - Book from Saint- Vaast 203
Asia Minor 6, 10, 13 ff., 165, 175
Aspendus, Theatre 14, 1645
Athens6, 14
Parthenon 8, 19
Theatre of Dionysus: Altar 22; Stage 1645
Augustine101, 150
Aurelian 129
Autun, Bibliothèque Municipale: Sacramentary from Marmoutier 195
Baalbek 14
Bamberg, Staatsbibliothek: Boethius MS. 153, 167
Bawit 62
Bede 106, 150, 158
Beneventum, Arch of Trajan 16
Berlin, Deutsches Museum: Ivory --Christ enthroned 145
Kaiser Friedrich Museum: Ivory
Diptych--Christ and the Virgin and Child 44, 144
Pergamon Museum: Telephus Frieze 163 f., 179
Preussische Staatsbibliothek: Ivory Diptych of Probianus 131; MSS.--Gospel-Book from Cleve 139. Psalter of Louis the Pious 132. Quedlin­ burg Itala Fragments 55, 65, 116
Vorderasiatisches Museum: Mshatta Façade 46
Bruno, Archbishop of Cologne126
Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale: Gospel-Book from Xanten 139
Musée du Cinquantenaire: Ivory Bookcovers from Genoels- Elderen 195 f.
Bruun 101

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