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9th Century Gallery

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Choose from 289 pictures in our 9th Century collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Opening words of St Lukes Gospel Quoniam from the Book of Kells, c800 Featured Print

Opening words of St Lukes Gospel Quoniam from the Book of Kells, c800

Opening words of St Luke's Gospel Quoniam from the Book of Kells, c800. The Book of Kells is a manuscript of the Four Gospels originally thought to have been produced in Ireland in the 6th century at the time of St Columba, possibly at least in part by his own hand. Historians now believe it was made by Celtic monks on Iona around the late 8th-early 9th century. Its name is derived from the Abbey of Kells in County Meath, Ireland, where the book was taken, probably after a Viking raid, and where it was kept until 1541

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Byzantine architecture and sculpture, (1898). Creator: Karl Schaupert Featured Print

Byzantine architecture and sculpture, (1898). Creator: Karl Schaupert

Byzantine architecture and sculpture, (1898). Fig 1: Capital from Agia Theotokos at Constantinople, late 9th century. Fig 2:Capital from S. Vitale at Ravenna. Fig 3: Lintel-decoration from Agia Theotokos at Constantinople. Fig 4: Chaptrel-cornice from the church of St. Nicolas at Myra. Fig 5: Pilaster-capital from Agia Sofia at Constantinople. Fig 6: Door-frame on the abbey-church at St. Denis, mid-12th century. Fig 7: Panel. Figs 8 and 9: Pillar-decoration from the cathedral at Bourges. Fig 10: Capital from the abbey-church at St. Benoit. Fig 11: Capital from the Barbarossa-palace at Gelnhausen. Fig 12: Arch-border from the church St. Amant de Boixe. Fig 13: Arch-border from the church at Gelnhausen, early 13th century. Fig 14: Console from the church at Gelnhausen, early 13th century. Fig 15: Decoration of a pillar-shaft from the church at Tournus, 12th century. Fig 16: Decoration of a pillar-shaft from cathedral at Chartres. Fig 17: From a door-frame from the former Benedictine-abbey-church at Ellwangen. Fig 18:Frieze in the interior of St. Walderich's chapel at Murrhardt. Figs 19 and 20: Arch-consols on the side-aisle of St. Sebald, Nuremberg. Fig 21: Key-stone-decoration in the same church. Fig 22: Key-stone-decoration from the cathedral at Bamberg'. Plate 34 from "The Historic Styles of Ornament" translated from the German of H. Dolmetsch. [B.T. Batford, London, 1898]

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Louis and Charles Taking Strasburg Oath Before Their Armies, (842AD), 1890 Featured Print

Louis and Charles Taking Strasburg Oath Before Their Armies, (842AD), 1890

Louis and Charles Taking "Strasburg Oath" Before Their Armies, (842AD), 1890. The Oaths of Strasbourg were pledges of allegiance between Louis the German (c 806-876), ruler of East Francia, and his half-brother Charles the Bald (823-877), ruler of West Francia made on 12 February 842. From "Cassell's Illustrated Universal History, Vol. III - The Middle Ages", by Edmund Ollier. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris and Melbourne, 1890. ]

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