April 19, 2010 476 western empire stops 1453 eastern empire continued Orange " Arch to Tiberias oIn France oTo remind the city life that the romans brought with them, to make the new people as part of the roman life and make them part of the new city life they brought. Migratory people move in and out. Hunters and gathers always on the move, no city life in their ways. Always on the move. They were art makes still. 5th, 6th, 7th centuries 1: Polychrome Style " multiple colors, decorated wagons, jewelry, carried their wealth in the form of the jewelry. Visigoth Spain, Germany, southern. The gemstones make this polychrome. oMulticolored stones decorate, spain gold crosses with colored stones. oPins oPg 286 image 11-2 example 2: Animal Interlace Style (Serpantine Decoration) " Scandinavia, British Isle, Northern. oPurse Cover Pg 287 image 11-3 Ca 625 Sense of struggle and power oAnimal-Head post, Viking ship Pg 288 image 11-4 Ca 834 Wood oThe knot " mystery, sense of conflict, etc. 1st Original Christian Style to come from North of the Alps. Native (indigative) of the North. Hiberno (ancient hibernia aka Ireland) " Saxon (north Umbrian cost, England) Manuscript (hand painted books) Illuminated (gold fluid applied as paint to the book). oPg 288 it starts. Rotulus " scroll what people wrote on in the 3rd century. 1 book was a single scroll. Columns of lines represent the chapter, versus were the individual lines. Kept in wooden tubes. Codex " begins 4th century. Folio " single large page is combined with other pages and sewn with a single line. Verso (front), Recto (back). Quarto " single sheet folded twice, top cut apart Octo " single sheet folded three times, to give 8 sheets Vellum " material that makes the sheets. Skins of young cows put through a tanning process to makes these pages. oClergy were the ones primarily taught to read and write. The books were decorated extremely elaborately. oBook of Durrow 660 " 680 pg 290 image 11-13 Represents Matthew The Four Evangelists " Matthew(angel), Mark(lion), Luke(ox), John(eagle) Animal Interlace patterns on the front page. (not in book) oLindisFarne Gospels Pg. 291 Image 11-7 is a page from it Carpet Page " cross page with interlace pattern all over it. Complexity. Done by hand with compasses, painted by hand. 1 1 tall. Suggest the Latin Cross. Symmetrical, complex, complicated. oBook of Kells Ca later 8th early 9th century Comes from Ireland Pg 292 image 11-8 Page of the Opening Chapter of Matthew, 1st page of the gospel. Pg 291 text begins Canon Page " number of parallels, makes cross references to the same stories/instances from one gospel page to another. Tells you which page Matth
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