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Northumbrian crosses of the pre-Norman age

W. G. Collingwood

Northumbrian crosses of the pre-Norman age

by W. G. Collingwood

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Published by Faber & Gwyer in London .
Written in English


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Statementby W.G. Collingwood.
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  Hoddom - Volume 27 Issue - C. A. Ralegh Radford. 18 The heavenly orbs were represented above the crucifixion at Ruthwell (Baldwin Brown, Arts in Early England, v, ) ; they also occur on other Saxon crosses, such as Alnmouth. But the personification of the two luminaries only becomes common in Carolingian art, which is probably the source of this representation (cf. Ant. . IV.—The Nunburnholme Cross and Anglo-Danish Sculpture in York - Volume - Ian R. Pattison If this is the first time you use this feature, you will be asked to authorise Cambridge Core to connect with your account. W. G., Northumbrian Crosses of the Pre-Norman Age (), p. 40, fig. page note 1 Collingwood, op Cited by: 2.

Northumbrian Crosses Of The Pre Norman Age it was amazing avg rating — 1 rating — published Want to Read saving /5. Make offer - Northumbrian Crosses of the Pre Norman Age - gwood Facsimile of The Lake Counties W G Collingwood New Edition Illustrated A Reginald Smith £

Books By W. G. Collingwood All Northumbrian Crosses of the Pre-Norman Age Jan by W.G. Collingwood Hardcover. £ Paperback. £ (1) Scandinavian Britain Feb by William Gershom Collingwood Hardcover. £ Usually dispatched within 1 to 3 months. 2 Collingwood, Northumbrian Crosses of the pre-Norman age, (London, ), pp 3 See Cramp (), p The Anglo-Saxon C ross at St. Andre w, Auckland: ‘Living S tones’. Nina Maleczek Abstract The remains of the High Cross at Auckland St. Andrews are well-known, but little documented.


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Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: W G Collingwood. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Northumbrian Crosses of the Pre-Norman Age W. Collingwood The Northumbrian Church, with its Celtic origins, extended right across the North of England and into Galloway in Scotland.

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Northumbrian Crosses of the Pre-Norman Age Collingwood, WG (President of the Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian Society) Published by Faber & Gwyer, London ().

Anglian feeling, which skilfully portrays animal and bird life (as illustrated by the fainous Bewcastle and Ruthwell crosses), is, of course, at the bottom of all ; there is perhaps a trace of Pictish influence ; and Roman culture, which began to make headway in Northumbria after the Synod of Whitby incomes out strongly in the treatment of the human figure and in the grape-bunch ornament.

Collingwood (originally published in ) was the first systematic attempt to classify the Northumbrian crosses, and it remains a good introduction to the field, even if some of the author’s dates and conclusions have been proved wrong.

Northumbrian Crosses of the Pre-Norman Age. By W.C. Collingwood. London- Faber & Gwyer. 13" by 10"; pp. Nevertheless W G Collingwood in his book Northumbrian Crosses of the Pre-Norman Age (), the authority on such crosses, dates Rothbury cross as early 10th century and both the Bewcastle and Rothwell crosses as late 8th century.

There are three sundials remaining at Rothbury all from different periods of the Church’s history. For me, the answer is a book called “Northumbrian Crosses of the Pre-Norman Age” by one WG Collingwood.

It was published in but the admirable Llanerch Press has produced a reprint. Collingwood sketched and described. Collingwood, W. G., Northumbrian Crosses of the pre-Norman age Issue. The name of the volume or issue. Issue: Archaeologia Aeliana Series 4: Series.

The series the publication or report is included in The year the book, article or report was published. Year of Publication: DMCA 2 Collingwood, Northumbrian Crosses of the pre-Norman age, (London, ), pp 3 See Cramp (), p Books and journals Collingwood, W G, Northumbrian Crosses of the Pre-Norman Age, (), Collingwood, W G, Northumbrian Crosses of the Pre-Norman Age, (), Pevsner, N, The Buildings of England: Yorkshire - The West Riding, (), Collingwood, W G, 'Yorkshire Archaeological Journal' in Anglian and Anglo-Danish Sculpture, Vol.

Northumbrian Crosses of the Pre-Norman Age, cloth, 4to, ; RUSBY (JAMES) History of the Parish Church of St. Peter at Leeds, cloth, defective, 4to, Leeds, ; with 2 volumes by Pugin.(4) ×. Other books by W. Collingwood. Dutch Agnes: A Journal of The Curate of Coniston ; Northumbrian Crosses of the Pre-Norman Age; The Bondwomen; The Life and Death of Cormac The Skald (Kormak's Saga) The Likeness of King Elfwald: A Study of Iona and Northumbria; Thorstein Of The Mere.

A Saga Of The Northmen In Lakeland. In he published ‘Northumbrian Crosses of the Pre-Norman Age’, illustrated with his own drawings. He was also an accomplished musician, climber, swimmer and walker. Collingwood lived at Lanehead, beside Coniston Water, about a mile from Brantwood, John Ruskin’s home from toand was Ruskin’s secretary from onwards.

The Kingdom of Northumbria (/ n ɔːr ˈ θ ʌ m b r i ə /; Old English: Norþanhymbra Rīċe; Latin: Regnum Northanhymbrorum) was a medieval Anglian kingdom in what is now Northern England and south-east name derives from the Old English Norþan-hymbre meaning "the people or province north of the Humber", which reflects the approximate southern limit to the kingdom's territory Capital: Northern: Bamburgh, Southern: York.

Lakeland author W. G. Collingwood in a book, The Likeness of King Elfwald: A Study of Iona and Northumbria, imagined the life of Ælfwald. The work, based on Collingwood's long study of Northumbria which led to his work Northumbrian Crosses of the pre-Norman Age, was well regarded and has been reprinted.Books and journals Collingwood, W G, Northumbrian Crosses of the Pre-Norman Age, () Cox, C, 'The Athenaeum' in Early Crosses in the High Peak, Vol.

9 July, (), ** According to wood’s classic book Northumbrian Crosses of the Pre-Norman Age (), plait patterns did not appear carved in stone until nearly the end of the Northumbrian period. This would accord with the time of Alkelda’s martyrdom at the hands of the Danes.