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Anglo-Saxon ornamental metalwork 700-1100 in the British Museum

David M. Wilson

Anglo-Saxon ornamental metalwork 700-1100 in the British Museum

by David M. Wilson

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Published by British Museum in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby David M. Wilson ; with appendices by R. L. S. Bruce-Mitford and R. I. Page.
SeriesCatalogue of antiquities of the later Saxon period -- vol.1
ContributionsBruce-Mitford, R. L. S., Page, R. I.
The Physical Object
Pagination248p. :
Number of Pages248
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22451832M

This catalogue complements both that by D. M. Wilson on the Anglo-Saxon Ornamental Metalwork, , in the British Museum (London, ) and that by James Graham-Campbell on The Viking-Age Gold and Silver of Scotland (AD ) (Edinburgh, ). Yet, when I first started digging in the collections at the museum, I was surprised by the number of books that intersect with my own academic research interests. For example, I found Anglo-Saxon Ornamental Metalwork, , In The British Museum, by David Wilson. I’m sure I have encountered this book when I was a grad student.

  Oman C.C. Catalogue of Rings (Victoria and Albert Museum, ) p cat no. Wilson, D.M Anglo-Saxon Ornamental Metalwork in the British Museum (London, ) cat Brondsted. J Early English Ornament (London/Copenhagen, ) p. Jessup. R Anglo-Saxon Jewellery (Shire Publications, ) pp. Materials. Silver; Gold. Anglo-Saxon Ornamental Metalwork –, in the British Museum, British Museum Press. The Vikings and their Origins: Scandinavia in the first millennium, Thames and .

Details for Catalogue of the Anglo-Saxon Ornamental Metalwork, , in the Department of Antiquities, Ashmolean Museum. Full title: Catalogue of the Anglo-Saxon Ornamental Metalwork, , in the Department of Antiquities, Ashmolean Museum Author or editor: Hinton, D.A. Islamic metalwork from the Iranian world, th centuries / Asadullah Souren Melikian-Chirvani; Anglo-Saxon ornamental metalwork, , in the British Museum, by David M. Wilson. With appendices b A catalogue of the Anglo-Saxon ornamental metalwork, .


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Wilson, David M. The Northern World: The History and Heritage of Northern Europe AD — London: Thames and Hudson, Ltd. ISBN Alma mater: St John's College, University of Lund. The Making of England: Anglo-Saxon Art and Culture AD London, UK: The Trustees of the British Museum.

ISBN (Exhibition catalogue) Wilson, David M. Anglo-Saxon Ornamental Metalwork in the British Museum. London, UK: The Trustees of the British Museum. OCLC External links.

Owen-Crocker, Gale R. Dress in Anglo-Saxon England. Woodbridge: Boydell, (If you’re only going to buy one book on Anglo-Saxon dress, for the love of all things holy, buy this one.

It’s what everyone else cites.) Wilson, David M. Anglo-Saxon Ornamental Metalwork,in the British Museum. London: Trustees of the British Museum. Circular seal die made of walrus ivory, engraved on both sides, with projecting lentoid handle at the top which is decorated on one side and plain on the other.

Its tip is broken away. The decoration on the handle consists of the God the Father and Son in relief, enthroned over a prostrate human figure; above them is the damaged symbol of the Holy Ghost in the form of a dove.

Anglo-Saxon Britain, c. 9thth century AD. Great bronze disc brooch with backward-looking horse, from Norwich area. Nearly identical with no.

84 in D. Wilson, "Anglo-Saxon Ornamental Metalwork –" (London, ), a brooch also from Norfolk. Dia: 26mm. also plate 8. ex-Dr. Robert D. Fulk, IN, purchased from Nigel, UK, in Wilson / Anglo-Saxon Ornamental Metalwork -in the British Museum (83) Okasha / Handlist of Anglo-Saxon Non-Runic Inscriptions () Webster et al / The Golden Age of Anglo-Saxon Art to () Graham-Campbell / Viking Artefacts.

A Select Catalogue () Marzinzik / Masterpieces: Early medieval art (). A Catalogue of the Anglo-Saxon Ornamental Metalwork – in the Department of Antiquities, Ashmolean Museum (Oxford, ); Howlett, D. R.,‘ The Iconography of the Alfred Jewel ’, Oxoniensia 39 (), 44 – 52 ; Korhammer, P.

by: The design of the Project flowed, in no small part, from the work for a Ph.D. dissertation (University of London, ) which focused on an integrated study of Anglo-Saxon manuscripts and was supervised by an archaeologist, David M. Wilson, the Director of the British Museum and author of the catalogue of Ornamental Anglo-Saxon Metalwork, –, in the British Museum ().

60 There are few close a rallels for the Type I style in other media; however, attention may be drawn to the Brasenos e dis c (see Wilson, D.M., Anglo-Saxon Ornamental Metalwork – in the British Museum (London, ), pp. 47 –8; Hinton, D., Catalogue of the Ornamental Metalwork – in the Department ofAntiquities, Ashmolean Cited by: Author of The Sutton Hoo ship-burial, The Sturge Collection, Anglo-Saxon ornamental metalwork,in the British Museum, A guide to the antiquities of the bronze age, A guide to the early Christian and Byzantine antiquities in the Department of British and Mediaeval Antiquities, Early medieval art in the British museum, Guide to the antiquities of Roman Britain, A guide to the.

Introduction to the British finds. The following langseax information is primarily based on the work of David M.

() Anglo-Saxon Ornamental Metalwork The British Museum. p no [British Museum] England, London: Keen Edge Ferry. Current Location- Reading Museum Anglo-Saxon Ornamental Metalwork The British.

The Alfred Jewel and other later Anglo-Saxon decorated metalwork (Oxford: Ashmolean Museum, ) Hinton, D.A. Catalogue of the Anglo-Saxon Ornamental Metalwork In the Department of Antiquities Ashmolean Museum (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ).

This catalogue complements both that by D. Wilson on the Anglo-Saxon Ornamental Metalwork,in the British Museum (London, ) and that by James Graham-Campbell on The Viking-Age Gold and Silver of Scotland (AD ) (Edinburgh, ).

show more5/5(1). Select Bibliography. Abbott R. 'Some recently discovered Anglo-Saxon carvings at Breedon on the Hill', Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society, xxxix, Åberg N.

The Anglo-Saxons in England, Uppsala: n.p., Addleshaw G. 13 D.M. Wilson, Anglo-Saxon Ornamental Metalwork in the British Museum (London, ), 14 D. Hinton, A Catalogue of the Anglo-Saxon Ornamental Metalworkin the Department of the Antiquities, Ashmolean Museum (Oxford, ), Anglo-Saxon Ornamental Metalwork –, in the British Museum, British Museum Press.

The Vikings and their Origins: Scandinavia in the first millennium, Thames and Hudson. Wilson, David M. (). The Northern World: The History and Heritage of Northern Europe AD — London: Thames and Hudson, Ltd.

ISBN ¤ Page, R. I., ‘The Inscriptions’ in Anglo-Saxon Ornamental Metalwork in the British Museum, p. ¤ Page, R. I., An Introduction to English Runes, p. and pp. The St. Andrews Ring Foto: Stephens This bronze ring is from Fife in Scotland .