Word and Image: An Introduction to Early Medieval Art

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Bold numbers refer to black-and-white illustrations (Arabic) and color plates (Roman).
Aachen, Cathedral Treasury. See Aachen, Domschatzkammer
Aachen, Domschatzkammer
Gospels of Otto III. See Gospels of Otto III
Lothar Cross. See Lothar Cross
Aachen, Palace Chapel of Charlemagne, 64-69, 89, 91, 101, 31-33
Alfred Jewel, 112-115, 53
Alfred the Great, 114-115 See alsoAlfred Jewel
Altar frontal of Henry 11, 56, 132, 25
Altar, 56, 25
altar crosses, 52-54, III
altar crowns, 56, 26
See also Altar frontal of Henry II; Mass, liturgical objects used during; Milan altar frontal
Angilbert, bishop of Milan, 128-130, 132, 59
See also Milan altar frontal
Anglo-Saxons, 9, 14, 16, 19-20, 25, 36
Architecture, 58-68, 27-33
Ardagh Chalice, 52, 22
Ark of the Covenant, 101-103, 145-146, 47
Augustine, 4th-century saint and author of The City of God, 106
Augustine, missionary to Anglo-Saxons, 9, 12, 14, 16, 24
Gospels of. See Gospels of St. Augustine
Augustus Caesar, 54
Basil the Great, 144-145
Basilicas, 58-64, 27-28, 30
See also Hildesheim, Church of St.
Michael; Oberzell, Church of St.
George; Rome, Old St. Peter's; Rome,
St. Pauls outside the walls
Baudimus, St. See Reliquary statue of St. Baudimus
Bede, historian and monk, 28, 33 History of the English Church and People, 9-10, 28, 33
Benedict Biscop, 33-34
Berlin, Staatliche Museen ivory diptych with Moses and Thomas, 77-80, 35
Bernard of Angers, 123, 140-147
Bible
prohibition of images, 12, 102-103, 112, 145
See also Ark of the Covenant; New Testament; Old Testament
Bibles. See Codex Amiatinus; San Paolo Bible; Vivian Bible,
Boniface, missionary to Germany, 20, 25, 123-124
Book of Durrow, 20-28, 35-37, 5-8
Book of Kells, 25, 10
Bremen, Universitätsbibliothek
msb 0021. See Pericopes of Henry III
Cambridge, Corpus Christi College MS 286. See Gospels of St. Augustine
Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum
ivory with depiction of mass, 48, 51, 20
Carpet pages, 21, 23-24, 37, 7, II
Carolingian renaissance, 5, 46, 73, 110 See also Carolingians; Charlemagne
Carolingians, 54, 91, 110, 115
See also Charlemagne; Charles the Bald; Lothar I; Lothar II
Ceolfrith, 33
Chalices, 52, 22
See also Mass, liturgical objects used during; Patens

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Word and Image: An Introduction to Early Medieval Art
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Introduction - The Character of Early Medieval Art 1
  • 1 - Books for the Illiterate? Art in an Oral Culture 9
  • 2 - Art in the Service of the Word 45
  • 3 - Books for the Illiterate? 71
  • 4 - The Crisis of Word and Image 99
  • 5 - Inscriptions and Images: 127
  • Conclusion - "Brother, What Do You Think of This Idol?" 139
  • Notes 149
  • Further Reading in English 153
  • Index 157
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