The Carolingians in Central Europe, Their History, Arts, and Architecture: A Cultural History of Central Europe, 750-900 (Volume XVIII) (Brill Cultures, Beliefs and Traditions Medieval and Early Modern Peoples Series)

The Carolingians in Central Europe, Their History, Arts, and Architecture: A Cultural History of Central Europe, 750-900 (Volume XVIII) (Brill Cultures, Beliefs and Traditions Medieval and Early Modern Peoples Series)

Herbert Schutz


This publication provides an old assessment of the Frankish geographical regions in significant Europe through the Carolingian interval. by contrast heritage half II of the publication examines the cultural stock deposited via the scribal tradition in critical Europe as represented by way of manuscripts, crystals, ivories and gem encrusted liturgical paintings. half III bargains with such examples of Carolingian wall portray and structure as are nonetheless obtrusive in significant Europe. although a few examples are by-product, many are unique. to mirror the beauty of the gadgets and surfaces mentioned in elements II and III, the publication is lavishly ornamented with pertinent colour illustrations. Black and white illustrations in general serve the illustration of structure.

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