CAS AH 111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Monasterboice, Oseberg Ship, Eadfrith Of Lindisfarne

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Ostrogoths invade italy, angles, saxons and jutes invade britains. Sutton hoo ship burial, suffolk, england, king raedwald? metal objects (with garnet set in metal cells with enamel), 7th c. imprint of the boat left, vessel c. 80 ft. long, 625 c had weapons, domestic/personal items, coins. Merovingian (french) coins c. 625 purse decorated with birds, grids, other animals and people great buckle with knots and zoomorphic pattern (13 serpentine creatures) King raedwald? deceased looks to have recently become christian, convert on deathbed. 7th c. sutton hoo clasp, with wild boars some roman troops had been christians the religion remained in britain, especially in celtic ireland. When invaded by jutes, they were pushed to outskirts active christianity in n. england, in island of iona (c. 563) led by st. columba. S. england: pope gregory"s mission, c. 597. Books of kells, c. 800 decoration of these books was informed by designs of metalwork and other local decorative forms of britain.

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