By Katherine Reynolds; Kidd, Dafydd, ;Little, Charles T. Brown
Искусство раннего Средневековья из собрания Metropolitan Museum of artwork. Оружие, украшения, предметы быта остготов, лангобардов, франков и англосаксов. Более six hundred фотографий. the humanities of the Early Medieval interval shape an important, but little-known, a part of the fabric from the center a long time within the Metropolitan Museum of artwork. fresh study in this attention-grabbing interval from nearly A.D. four hundred to 800 finds a extra entire photograph of what has been routinely known as the darkish a long time or the Migration interval. The twenty-six essays during this quantity give you the first in-depth examine of this American repository of arts representing the various cultures and peoples that created early Europe, together with the Ostrogoths, the Langobards, the Franks, and the Anglo-Saxons. the goods of this nice age of «portable artwork» variety from difficult weapon fittings and ornate buckles to gold brooches and different intricately designed and embellished jewellery. Over 600 black-and-white photos and eighteen color-plates dramatically testify to the intensity, breadth, and sweetness of the Museums Early Medieval assortment.
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