Ireland and Insular Art, A.D. 500-1200: Proceedings of a Conference at University College Cork, 31 October-3 November 1985
International Specialized Book Service Incorporated, 1987 - Social Science - 187 pages
A reprint of the 1987 book of Proceedings of the first conference held on the theme in 1985 which has been out of print for some time. An important collection of 26 papers on various aspects of art in Irish Archaeology from authors such as Carl Nordenfalk, Barry Raftery, Etienne Rynne, Michael Herity, James Lang and Peter Harbison.
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Anglo-Saxon animal ornament Antique Archaeol Ardagh chalice artistic Ballinderry Bann beaded wire beasts Book of Durrow Book of Kells Book of Lindisfarne boss bowls Britain British bronze Bruce-Mitford Carolingian carved Cathach Celtic Christ church Clonmacnoise cross-slab crozier Crucifixion decorated Derrynaflan chalice Derrynaflan paten disc Dublin Early Christian egg-and-dart eighth century elements enamelled England escutcheons filigree Fuglesang gospel book Graham-Campbell hanging-bowl Haseloff Henry Hiberno-Saxon high crosses Hunterston iconography Insular Insular art interlace Iona Ireland Irish art knop late London Louis the Pious manuscripts metalwork monastery monuments motif motif-pieces mount Museum ninth century Nordenfalk Northumbria objects openwork origin panels parallels patterns penannular brooches Pictish pieces Raftery Ringerike Roman Roth Ruthwell Ruthwell Cross Ryan Scandinavian scenes Scotland sculpture seventh century slab snake-boss snakes spiral stone style stylistic suggested Sutton Hoo symbolic Tara brooch technique Tene Viking Age Viking art Wilson zoomorphic