A History of English Art in the Middle Ages

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Gold and ivory crucifix, late 10th or early 11th century. Victoria and Albert Museum, Crown copyright reserved Frontispiece
2. Initial page of St. Matthew's Gospel, Lindisfarne Gospels, c. A.D. 700. British Museum10
3. Ruthwell Cross, Dumfriesshire, late 7th or early, 8th century. Photograph, Gibson & Son11
4. Bewcastle Cross, Cumberland, early 8th century. Photograph, Gibson & Son11
5. Ormside Bowl, late 7th or early 8th century. York Museum. Photograph, W. Watson16
6. Alfred Jewel, c. A.D. 870. Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. Photograph, G. Chaundy16
7. Front side of Franks Casket, 9th century. British Museum17
8. Part of Durham Stole, A.D. 909-916. Durham Cathedral Library. Photograph, J. R. Edis28
9. William receiving the news of Harold's advance, detail of Bayeux Tapestry, late 11th century. Bayeux. Photograph, Victoria and Albert Museum, Crown copyright reserved28
10. Charter of Edgar, A.D. 966. British Museum29
11. Maries at tomb, Benedictional of St. Ethelwold, c. 980. Copyright of His Grace the Duke of Devonshire, photograph, Victoria and Albert Museum32
12. Last Judgement, Winchester Liber Vitae, c. 1016-20. British Museum33
13. Romsey Rood, 11th or 12th century, Romsey Abbey, Hants. Photograph, Mr. A. Gardner36
14. Ivory crozier-head, 11th century. Victoria and Albert Museum, Crown copyright reserved37

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