7 edition of Catalogue of Anglo-Saxon glass in the British Museum found in the catalog.
Catalogue of Anglo-Saxon glass in the British Museum
Includes bibliographical references (p. 79-85).
|Statement||Vera I. Evison ; edited by Sonja Marzinzik ; with contributions from Ian C. Freestone, Michael J. Hughes and Colleen P. Stapleton.|
|Series||British Museum research publication -- no. 167, Research publication (British Museum) -- no. 167.|
|Contributions||Evison, Vera I., Marzinzik, Sonja., Freestone, Ian., Hughes, Michael J., Stapleton, Colleen P.|
|LC Classifications||NK5143 .B+|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 142 p. :|
|Number of Pages||142|
|LC Control Number||2009287074|
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This definitive book on Anglo-Saxon glass by major scholars in the field is the first monograph to be published on the subject.
It focuses not only on the British Museum collection but provides a detailed discussion of the various types of early Anglo-Saxon glass (vessels, plus gems, beads and window glass), placing it in its English context, but also drawing widely on Continental and Author: Vera I.
Evison. The British Museum Press 46 Bloomsbury Street London WC1B 3QQ Catalogue of Anglo-Saxon Glass in the British Museum Vera I. Evison edited by Sonja Marzinzik with contributions from Ian C. Freestone, Michael J. Hughes and Colleen P. Stapleton British Museum Research Publication No.
ISBN ISSN Catalogue of Anglo-Saxon Glass in the British Museum. Vera I. Evison Edited by Sonja Marzinzik, with contributions from Ian C. Freestone, Michael J Hughes and Colleeen P. Stapleton. This definitive book on Anglo-Saxon glass by major scholars in the field is the first monograph to be published on the subject.
It focuses not only on the British Museum collection but provides a detailed discussion of the various types of early Anglo-Saxon glass (vessels, plus gems, beads and window glass), placing it in its English context, but also drawing widely on Continental and.
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The British Museum published a monograph entitled ‘Catalogue of Anglo-Saxon Glass in the British Museum’ inbut as the title suggests it is a catalogue at heart, and of a collection of fifth and sixth century grave goods in a single museum.
Anglo-Saxon glass has been found across England during archaeological excavations of both settlement and cemetery sites. Glass in the Anglo-Saxon period was used in the manufacture of a range of objects including vessels, beads, windows and was even used in jewellery.
In the 5th century AD with the Roman departure from Britain, there were also considerable changes in the usage of glass. Excavation of Romano-British. Catalogue of Anglo-Saxon Glass in the British Museum. By Vera I Evison, edited by Sonja Marzinik with contributions from Ian C Freestone, Michael J Hughes and Colleen P Stapleton.
Catalogue of Anglo‐Saxon Glass in the British Museum. By Vera Evison. Edited by Sonja Marzinzik ; with contributions by Ian Freestone, Michael Hughes and Colleen Stapleton.
British Museum Research Publication London: British Museum Press. v + pp. 8 maps, 16 figures, 6 b/w and 8 colour plates. £ ISBN 13 1. This catalogue is the culmination Author: WILLMOTT, HUGH. The British Museum Catalogues of Coins was a series envisioned and initiated by Reginald Stuart Poole, Keeper of the Department of Coins and Medals, at the British Museum, between and The aim was to produce a scholarly series of catalogues of the collection, based on the British Museum's collection and other collections.
To coincide with the British Library’s Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms exhibition, the Library is holding a two-day international academic conference with papers by leading scholars in the fields of history, literature and art will be followed by a one-day academic symposium for early career researchers on 15 December.
These multidisciplinary, international events will re-evaluate the. Saxon and medieval The Museum of London’s medieval collections (aro items) are one of the most celebrated elements of our overall holdings because of their breadth, depth and quality. The museum also has over objects of the Saxon period.
Once introduced, the use of windows and coloured glass spread in popularity; examples of Anglo-Saxon glass have been found in 17 places across Britain. The significance of Northumbria. By the middle of the AD s, Northumbria was the largest and most powerful of the Anglo-Saxon kingdoms, rivalled only by the kingdom of Wessex.
The last catalogue of this part of the British Museum’s collection was published in and since then the collection has more than tripled in size. This new catalogue includes comprehensive coverage of all new acquisitions, among them material from several significant hoards, as well as full details on the provenance and identification of.
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of that town, to the South Kensington Museum. Appears in 24 books from To spend time in the British Library’s blockbuster exhibition about the Anglo-Saxon world is to discover a culture of barbaric splendour and fierce vision, where the real and supernatural entwine.