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'This magnificent volume cannot be faulted ... a standard work for students and scholars of all levels' -- Early Medieval EuropeLeading scholars explore the early medieval art of Britain and Ireland, which drew on Celtic, Anglo-Saxon and Continental traditions. This book focuses on manuscripts, metalwork and sculpture and examines in detail the international exchange of id'This magnificent volume cannot be faulted ... a standard work for students and scholars of all levels' -- Early Medieval EuropeLeading scholars explore the early medieval art of Britain and Ireland, which drew on Celtic, Anglo-Saxon and Continental traditions. This book focuses on manuscripts, metalwork and sculpture and examines in detail the international exchange of ideas....

Title : The Age Of Migrating Ideas: Early Medieval Art In Northern Britain And Ireland: Proceedings Of The Second International Conference On Insular Art Held In The National Museums Of Scotland In Edinburgh, 3 6 January 1991
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ISBN : 9780750903578
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 267 Pages
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The Age Of Migrating Ideas: Early Medieval Art In Northern Britain And Ireland: Proceedings Of The Second International Conference On Insular Art Held In The National Museums Of Scotland In Edinburgh, 3 6 January 1991 Reviews

  • Anna
    2019-01-15 01:59

    This is a wonderful addition to any early medievalist's repertoire. My favorite paper in the compilation was Niamh Whitfield"s analysis of the filigree of the Tara and Hunterston brooches. In addition to being well written and interesting, it was also very helpful and informative. I am definitely keeping this book for my thesis and dissertation research. I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in early medieval art of Britain and Ireland.