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HART 210-01/02: Early Medieval Art (Art History: Givans)

Course:
HART 210-01/02: Early Medieval Art
Institution:
MassArt
Instructor:
Givans, Duncan
Department:
Art History

Items

On reserve at a library:
  1. Ars sacra, 800-1200 / Peter Lasko.
  2. Art of medieval Spain, A.D. 500-1200.
  3. Art of the Picts : sculpture and metalwork in early medieval Scotland / George Henderson, Isabel Henderson.
  4. Book of Durrow : a medieval masterpiece at Trinity College Dublin / Bernard Meehan.
  5. Book of Kells : an illustrated introduction to the manuscript in Trinity College, Dublin / Bernard Meehan.
  6. Early medieval architecture / Roger Stalley.
  7. Early medieval art, 300-1150 : sources and documents / [compiled by] Caecilia Davis-Weyer.
  8. From Ireland coming : Irish art from the early Christian to the late Gothic period and its European context / edited by Colum Hourihane.
  9. Golden age of Anglo-Saxon art, 966-1066 / edited by Janet Backhouse, D.H. Turner, Leslie Webster ; with contributions by Marion Archibald [and others].
  10. Golden age of Irish art : the medieval achievement, 600-1200 / Peter Harbison.
  11. History of illuminated manuscripts / Christopher De Hamel.
  12. Icons / Robin Cormack.
  13. Illustrated Beatus : a corpus of the illustrations of the Commentary on the Apocalypse / John Williams.
  14. Insular tradition / edited by Catherine E. Karkov, Michael Ryan, Robert T. Farrell.
  15. Late Saxon and Viking art / by T. D. Kendrick.
  16. Lindisfarne Gospels / Janet Backhouse.
  17. Making of England : Anglo-Saxon art and culture, AD 600-900 / edited by Leslie Webster and Janet Backhouse ; with contributions by Marion Archibald ... [et al.].
  18. Medieval illuminators and their methods of work / Jonathan J.G. Alexander.
  19. Origins of medieval architecture : building in Europe, A.D 600-900 / Charles B. McClendon.
  20. Pictorial arts of the West, 800-1200 / C.R. Dodwell.
  21. Sutton Hoo ship burial : a handbook / by R. L. S. Bruce-Mitford, keeper of British and medieval antiquities in the British Museum.
  22. Work of angels : masterpieces of Celtic metalwork, 6th-9th centuries AD / edited by Susan Youngs ; with contributions by Paul T. Craddock [and others].
Available online:
  1. (Bailey) "Chapter 2: The beginnings" from England's earliest sculptors
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  2. (Bailey) "Chapter 4: Sculpture in the Anglian and Viking Periods" from Viking age sculpture in Northern England
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  3. (Bailey) "Chapter 6: Gods, Heroes, and Christians" from Viking age sculpture in Northern England
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  4. (Carver) "Chapter 1: Why that? Why there? Why then? the politics of early medieval monumentality" from Image and Power
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  5. (Cassidy) "The later life of the Ruthwell Cross" from The Ruthwell Cross
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  6. (Corrigan)" Chapter 3: Early medieval Psalter Illustration in Byzantium and the West" from The Utrecht Psalter in Medieval Art
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  7. (Deshman) "Antiquity and empire in the throne of Charles the Bald" from Byzantine East, Latin West
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  8. (Deshman) "Chapter 4: the sources and structure of the cycle" from The Benedictional of Aethelwold
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  9. (Dodwell) "Chapter 5: Textiles and Chapter 6: Costumes and Vestments" from Anglo-Saxon Art
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  10. (Granger) "A fine quality insular embroidery from Llan-gors Crannog, near Brecon" from Pattern and purpose in insular art
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  11. (Harbison) "An Irish stroke of european genius: Irish high crosses and the Emperor Charles the Bald" from Insular & Anglo-Saxon art and thought in the early medieval period
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  12. (Hawkes) "Chapter 22: Sacraments in stone: The mysteries of Christ in Anglo-Saxon sculpture" from The Cross goes north
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  13. (Hawkes) "Old Testament heroes: Iconographies of Insular sculpture" from The worm, the germ, and the thorn
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  14. (Hayeur) "Dressing the dead: gender, identity, and adornment in Viking-age Iceland" from Vinland revisited
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  15. (Head) "Art and Artifice in Ottonian Trier" - JStor article
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  16. (Heitz) "The iconography of architectural form" from The Anglo-Saxon Church
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  17. (Henderson) "Chapter 2: Pictish participation in Insular art" - Electronic reserve
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  18. (Henderson) "Chapter 3: The Pictishness of Pictish Art" - Electronic reserve
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  19. (Henderson) "Chapter 5: The art-historical context of the Hilton of Cadboll cross-slab" from A fragmented masterpiece
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  20. (Henderson) "Chapter 9: Eumulation and invention in Carolingian Art" - Electronic reserve
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  21. (Henderson) "Primus inter pares: the St. Andrews Sarcophagus and Pictish sculpture" - Electronic reserve
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  22. (Kershaw) "Chapter 5: Brooch use, culture, and gender" from Viking Identities
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  23. (Krautheimer) Introduction to an "Iconography of Mediaeval Architecture" - JStor article
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  24. (McClendon) "Chapter 6: Aachen and Rome - the poles of an empire" - Electronic reserve
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  25. (McClendon) "Chapter 8: The Monastic Realm: Ideal and Reality" - Electronic reserve
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  26. (McClendon) "Chapter 9: the innovations of later Carolingian architecture" - Electronic reserve
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  27. (Meehan) "Chapter 3: Decoration" from The Book of Kells
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  28. (Nees) "The problem of the Carolingian Renaissance in modern historical literature" - Electronic reserve
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  29. (Netzer) "Observations on the influence of Northumbrian art on continental manuscripts of the 8th century" from The Age of Migrating Ideas
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  30. (Orton) "Chapter 8: The Northumbrian cross: evidence and silence" from Fragments of history
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  31. (Overbey) "Chapter 5: Bell relics and the Monastic voice" from Sacral Geographies
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  32. (Reynolds) "Image and text: a Carolingian illustration of modifications in the early Roman Eucharistic ordines" - Electronic reserve
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  33. (Sawyer) "Chapter 6: Conversion" - Electronic reserve
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  34. (Wusterfeld) "Utrecht Psalter Catalogue" - Electronic reserve
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  35. (Zomer) "The so-called women's gallery in the medieval church" - Electronic reserve
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