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Some aspects of the Ringerike style

a phase of 11th century Scandinavian art

by Signe Horn Fuglesang

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Published by Odense University Press in [Odense] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Scandinavia.
    • Subjects:
    • Decoration and ornament, Old Norse -- Themes, motives.,
    • Decoration and ornament, Medieval -- Scandinavia.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[by] Signe Horn Fuglesang.
      SeriesMediaeval Scandinavia supplements ;, v. 1
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNK1264.5 .F83
      The Physical Object
      Pagination274 p., 112 leaves of plates ;
      Number of Pages274
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3909550M
      ISBN 108774921835
      LC Control Number81472611

      The earliest Viking art style adopted outside of Scandinavia was the Borre style, which was expressed in both conventional and new forms in England and the Isle of Man. Wilson is a good starting point for the impact of the style in England but should be read alongside the updated accounts by Kershaw and Paterson (cited under.   That’s why our latest pick for the new series Just Booked, (a twice a month showcase for a coffee-table book that focuses on some aspect of travel) is the transportive California Captured: Mid Missing: Ringerike.

      Find books like Ring (Ring, #1) from the world’s largest community of readers. Goodreads members who liked Ring (Ring, #1) also liked: Audition, Parasite. The defining features of this style are its swirling tendril-like shapes that create intricate patterns, and depictions of strange mythological creatures with the characteristics of serpents.

        The Ringerike motif, dated between and CE, followed the Jellinge and Mammen styles. The Ringerike style was an extension of Mammen iconography and greatly expanded its use. Vikings survived off the land in a largely pastoral lifestyle given the limited agrarian opportunities provided by the land. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the : Deborah Mazza.


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A phase of 11th-century Scandinavian art. Odense. "Crucifixion iconography in viking Scandinavia", Proceedings of the Eighth Viking Congress (Medieval Scandinavia)pp.

The Ringerike style includes foliage ornaments and interlacing. The style is named after the district in Norway where examples of Ringerike exist in local sandstone.

The Ringerike style can also be seen in English manuscripts, and there are also some carvings in ivory which are done in this style.

In Ringerike of art emerged, known as Ringerike style: this was a unique style of ornamentation on wood, stone, and metal that used plant forms as the basis of the designs. The Ringerike region had a flourishing timber industry that peaked in the 17th century.

Generally speaking, the current knowledge of Viking art relies heavily upon more durable objects of metal and stone; wood, bone, ivory and textiles are more rarely preserved; human skin, which historical sources indicate was often elaborately tattooed, is nowhere extant and is unlikely to have survived.

Some of the K, K/M and M types of spearheads are decorated in Ringerike style around the join between the blade and the socket.

A group of 24 such ornamented spear-heads of types K, K/M, and M has been discussed by Fuglesang [FUGLESANG ]. Only one of these was found in Britain [WHEELER ]:p Fig Except for another from Belgium they. Fuglesang, Signe Horn () Some Aspects of the Ringerike Style, A phase of 11th century Scandinavian art.

Odense University Press. 68 fv; 69 fr, fr Temple, Elzbieta () A Survey of Manuscripts Illuminated in the British Isles Volume II. Some Aspects of the Ringerike Style: A Phase of 11th Century Scandinavian Art by Signe Horn Fuglesang (pp. ) Review by: Howell Chickering DOI: /   The surface structure of the words on the page, which includes grammar, punctuation, and spelling; The level of style and voice, which is defined by the choice of words, the sentence rhythm, the use of literary techniques and images, and the tone or approach; The content level, where the fictional world comes to life.; Highly readable books are polished, refined, sophisticated, and mature on.

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(Mediaeval Scandinavia Supplements, 1.) Odense, Denmark: Odense University Press, Pp. ; black-and-white plates. DKr THIS IS the first book-length study in English on a single phase of late Viking interlace decoration.

In its basic construction and disposition of fields it is related to such objects as the larger brooch from the Beeston Tor hoard (Wilsonno. 3), but the animals in the main fields, with their multi-lobate snouts and ribbon bodies with interlace rings belong to the Ringerike style, as does the shell-spiral ornament of the lentoid fields.

Each of these writing styles is used for a specific purpose. A single text may include more than one writing style. Expository.

Expository writing is one of the most common types of writing. When an author writes in an expository style, all they are trying to do is explain a concept, imparting information from themselves to a wider : Robin Jeffrey, Jeffrey, Robin.

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Nestor. The author thanks his colleagues for useful comments and G. Baranov for technical help. Fuglesang, Signe Horn () Some Aspects of the Ringerike Style, A phase of 11th century Scandinavian art. Odense University Press, Pl. Valknut - triquetra; Marobud project. Some Aspects of the Ringerike Style: A Phase of 11th Century Scandinavian Art.

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