2 edition of Oriental glass of mediaeval date found in Sweden and the early history of lustre-painting found in the catalog.
Oriental glass of mediaeval date found in Sweden and the early history of lustre-painting
Carl Johan Lamm
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by CarlJohan Lamm.|
|Series||Kungl. Vitterhets historie och antikvitets akademiens. handlingar -- del 50:1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||114 p., 24 p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||114|
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ORIENTAL GLASS OF MEDIAEVAL DATE FOUND IN SWEDEN AND THE EARLY HISTORY OF LUSTRE-PAINTING. By Carl Johan Lamm. Stockholm: Wahlström and Widstrand, (Kungl.
Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handingar, Del ). and 24 plates 18 text figures. 7 Kr. Harden. Lamm, Oriental Glass of Medieval Date Found in Sweden and the Early History of Lustre-Painting (Stockholm, ). See esp. ; A. Lane, Early Islamic Pottery (London: Faber and Faber, ), pp.
passim; A. Pope and P. Ackerman, A Survey of Persian Art>, vol. II (Oxford University. Lamm, C.J., Oriental Glass of Medieval Date Found in Sweden and the Early History of Lustre Painting, (Wahlström & Widstrand, Stockholm, ).
It should be noted, however, that at this time very few examples of Aldrevandin group glasses were by: 4. David Whitehouse in Medieval Glass for Popes, Princes, and Peasant the book for the exhibition at The Corning Museum of Glass divides this period of history into three sections.
The Early Middle Ages from the fifth to the eighth century, the Central Middle Ages starting with the eighth to the eleventh and the Late Middle Ages 12 th to C. Lamm, Oriental Glass of Mediaeval Date found in Sweden and the early history of lustre-painting (Stockholm, ), p.
63; J. Allan and W. Henderson, ‘Enamels on Ayyubid and Mamluk Glass Fragments’, Archaeomaterials, 4 ().Cited by: 1. Lamm / Oriental glass of Medieval date found in Sweden and the early history of lustre painting (83f) Jensen / Syriske Glasskaar. Et inde om en Pilgrimsrejse, fundet paa Riberhus Voldsted (p.
) Honey / Glass: a handbook for the study of glass vessels of all periods and countries & a guide to the museum collection (47). Oriental Glass of Medieval Date found in Sweden and the Early History of Lustre-Painting, Kungl.
Vitters Hist. och Antikvitets Akad., Stockholm. Mamluk Enamelled and Gilded Glass in the Museum of. Oriental glass of mediaeval date found in Sweden and the early history of lustre-painting book An Oriental group of medieval date found in Sweden and the early history of lustre painting, Stockholm,pl.
IX, p. 25 Ashton, A.L.B, "Three new glass vessels painted in lustre", Burlington Magazine, LX (),Plate A. Lamm CJ () Oriental glass of medieval date found in Sweden and the early history of lustre-painting, Vitterhets, historie och antikvitets akademien.
Wahlström & Widstrand, Stockolm (Sweden) Google Scholar Mason RB () Shine like the sun. Lustre-painted and associated pottery from the Medieval Middle East.
Glass from the Muslim Civilisation, and especially that from Syria, was highly prized the world over. Glass objects were discovered in medieval European sites in Sweden, and Souther Russia. Even such fragile objects as Syrian enamelled glass of the 13th century have been found in Sweden.
Sweden was a Catholic country until the 16th century, when it broke with Rome and introduced Lutheran Protestantism. The History Museum began collecting the medieval ecclesiastical heritage at the end of the 19th century.
Welcome to a visual walk through the history of art, from the 12th to the 16th century. The Viking period was from AD to ADas then Scandinavia was formerly Christianised in AD and the following period of time is known as being a time of early Christians.
During the Viking Era there were chiefdoms and kingdoms with rulers. Carl Johan Lamm. Oriental Glass of Mediaeval Date Found in Sweden and the Early History of Lustre-painting.
Akad. Forl., Jim Bradbury. The Capetians: Kings of France Bloomsbury Publishing, Michel Zimmermann. Western Francia: the southern principalities. In: The New Cambridge Medieval History: Volume 3, Cc The following is a summary of the eras that have been recorded in the history of Sweden: Prehistory ( BCE– CE) Viking Age (–) Middle Ages (–) Kalmar Union (–) Early Vasa era (–) Emerging Great Power (–) Swedish Empire () Age of Liberty (–) Gustavian era (–).
Lamm, C. Oriental Glass of Mediaeval Date Found in Sweden and the Early History ofLustre-Painting, Stockholm. McNeill, W.
& M. Waldman The Islamic World, New York. Margoliouth, D. The Table-talk of a Mesopotamian Judge, London. The Great Power Period was a period in Swedish history in which Sweden was a great military power.
This was the time ofand during this time Sweden's territory increased dramatically. But duringSweden eventually lost more wars and acquired its present day borders in Odo (or Eudes) (c.
– 1 January ) was the elected King of the West Franks from to as the first king from the Robertian dynasty. Before assuming the kingship, Odo held the title of Count of Paris. He is the first West Francian monarch to reign over a definitively separate kingdom that was part of the Carolingian Empire, never to be reunited again completely.
The Medieval Collections include parchment/velum and paper documents (approximat) along with copy books, estate and other document lists, land records and account books.
(Languages: Latin, Old Swedish, and Low German). Most of these documents were gathered by the crown at the time of the reformation during the ’s. A large number of documents from the Middle Ages.
The History of Sweden can be traced back to the melting of the Northern Polar Ice as early as 12, BC, humans have inhabited this area. Throughout the Stone Age, between 8, BC and 6, BC, early inhabitants used stone-crafting methods to make tools and weapons for hunting, gathering and fishing as means of survival.
Oriental Glass of Mediaeval Date Found in Sweden and the Early History of Lustre-painting. Wahlström & Widstrand le Strange, Guy (). Palestine Under the Moslems: A Description of Syria and the Holy Land from A.D.
to Committee of. 1. Introduction. Enamelled and gilded glass is one of the most outstanding artistic productions of the Islamic craft industry, especially during the Ayyubid and Mamluk dynasties (Syria and Egypt, 13th and 14th centuries) ().Islamic glassware was already widely distributed in the western world, but the scientific interest for Islamic glass production only started in the middle of the 19th century.
Oriental Glass of Mediaeval Date Found in Sweden and the Early History of Lustre-painting. Wahlström & Widstrand le Strange, Guy (). Palestina Under the Moslems: A Description of Syria and the Holy Land from A.D.
to Archaeological finds of glass material from Old Lödöse, a Swedish trade centre in the High Middle Ages, call for a revision of the country’s glass history. This is the conclusion of a doctoral thesis in archaeology from the University of Gothenburg, which describes how vitrified finds can be interpreted.
- HeritageDaily - Archaeology News. AroundOlof Skötkonung becomes Sweden’s first Christian king, and the first to rule the first version of the kingdom of Sweden (Svea Rike, later Sverige). Some highlights from the thousand years that follow, until today, are listed below.
– The Middle Ages. Finland is joined to the Swedish realm, through a crusade. The Early Vasa era is a period that in Swedish history lasted between – It began with the reconquest of Stockholm by Gustav Vasa and his men from the Danes inand Sweden's consequent abandonment of the Kalmar Union, and continued with the reign of Gustav's sons Eric XIV, John III, John's son Sigismund, and finally Gustav's youngest son Charles IX.
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SWEDISH KINGS FROM RIMBERT'S "VITA ANSKARII" An English translation of Rimbert's "Vita Anskarri" can be found at The Internet Medieval Sourcebook, and is based on the translation in Charles H. Robinson's "Anskar, The Apostle of the North, " (London, ).It is apparent that this book was scanned, and then OCR software was used to get a text file, because the proofreading errors.
Located near the site of Kalmar's medieval harbor, it has played a crucial part in Swedish history since its initial construction as a fortified tower in the 12th century. One of the most significant political events in Scandinavia took place at Kalmar Castle inwhen the Kalmar Union was form.
In Sweden only those of the noble class were entitled to have coats of arms. Kings rewarded people who performed heroic deeds, made notable achievements, or held prominent positions in government by granting them a noble title and the right to use a coat of arms.
These grants were documented. The best place to start a Swedish glass shopping trip is in Södermalm, an island south of Stockholm's medieval Old Town, on a dramatic hilltop overlooking the steeple-filled cityscape.
Born inHe is a Swedish glass artist. Ludvig Löfgren trained in art schools before he went Orrefors Glass School in the early s. "Before enrolling at the Art Academy in Stockholm, worked Ludvig Löfgren as a glassblower, an experience that gave him both perspective and understanding of the glass.
—Ibn Said, Book of the Maghrib, in Ahmed ibm Mohammed al-Makkari, The History of the Mohammedan Dynasties in Spain, translated by Pascuual de Gayangos s, (London: Oriental Translation Fund, ), 1, “The dating of my finds shows that glass was produced in Old Lödöse prior to That’s years earlier than the previously oldest known written sources, which are from Archaeological finds of glass material from Old Lödöse, a Swedish trade centre in the High Middle Ages, call for a revision of the country's glass history.
This is the conclusion of a doctoral. From Sweden was ruled by theDanes.• In the early s, the Swedes rebelledagainst the Danes and the leader of therebellion, Gustav Vasa, was crownedKing in • The crowning of Gustav Vasa ends theMiddle Ages in Swedish Danish kingdom - GustavVasa inthe late16thcentury 7.
Historical glass - replicas of ancient (Roman), medieval (viking, early and late medieval), and renaissance de in the Czech Republic, in a historical centre of medieval glass production. Historical Glass has fascinated people throughout the ages, so it’s no wonder that the craft of making replicas of historical glass vessels still remains a vital tradition.
Lustre painting, by techniques similar to lustreware in pottery, dates back to the 8th century in Egypt, and involves the application of metallic pigments during the glass-making process. Another technique used by artisans was decoration with threads of glass of a different color, worked into the main surface, and sometimes manipulated by.
In every chapter, Moberg faithfully imparts how history affected “the whole people” of Sweden. $ paper ISBN pages, 1 map, 5 1/2 x 8 1/4, Slide ID - Art History 31 01 with Sperling at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania - StudyBlue.
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