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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Sally Crawford; Helena Hamerow; Leslie Webster; University of Oxford. School of Archaeology.
|Description:||118 pages : illustrations, maps ; 30 cm.|
|Contents:||Preface (Leslie Webster); Medium and message in early Anglo-Saxon animal art: some observations on the contexts of Salins Style I in England (Tania M. Dickinson); and pretty coins all in a row (Anna Gannon); Anglo-Saxon art: some forms, orderings and their meanings (Richard Bailey); The church triumphant: the figural columns of early ninth-century Anglo-Saxon England (Jane Hawkes); From metalwork to manuscript: some observations on the use of Celtic art in Insular manuscripts (Susan Youngs); Framing the Book of Durrow inside/outside the Anglo-Saxon world (Nancy Netzer); The sign at the cross-roads: the Matthean sacrum in Anglo-Saxon gospel books before Alfred the Great (Carol Farr); The last Chi-rho in the West? From Insular to Anglo-Saxon in the Boulogne 10 Gospels (Richard Gameson); On the distribution of verse types in Old English Poetry (Geoffrey Russom).|
|Series Title:||Anglo-Saxon studies in archaeology and history, 16|
|Responsibility:||edited by Sally Crawford and Helena Hamerow with Leslie Webster.|