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From Attila to Charlemagne: Arts of the Early Medieval Period in The Metropolitan Museum of Art
: From Attila to Charlemagne: Arts of the Early Medieval Period in The Metropolitan Museum of Art
: Katherine Reynolds; Kidd, Dafydd,;Little, Charles T. Brown (editors)
: Metropolitan Museum of Art
: 2000
: pdf
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: 43 Mb
: English

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The arts of the Early Medieval period form a major, yet little-known, part of the material from the Middle Ages
in The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Recent research on this fascinating period from approximately A.D. 400 to 800
reveals a more comprehensive picture of what has been traditionally referred to as the Dark Ages or the Migration period.


The twenty-six essays in this volume provide the first in-depth study of this American repository of arts representing
the many cultures and peoples that created early Europe, including the Ostrogoths, the Langobards, the Franks, and the Anglo-Saxons.
The products of this great age of "portable art" range from elaborate weapon fittings and ornate buckles to gold brooches
and other intricately designed and decorated jewelry. Over six hundred black-and-white photographs and eighteen color-plates
dramatically testify to the depth, breadth, and beauty of the Museum's Early Medieval collection.










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