2 edition of Church brasses, British & continental found in the catalog.
Church brasses, British & continental
Alan Coates Bouquet
|LC Classifications||NB1840 .B66|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||284|
|LC Control Number||57001136|
This book illuminates the world of medieval gentry families through examination of the magnificent brasses and monuments of the Cobham family. Nigel Saul's compelling study provides a window onto the social and religious culture of the middle ages and offers a new paradigm for the study of medieval church monuments.
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Church brasses, British & continental, with some notes on incised stone slabs and indentsAuthor: A. Bouquet. A monumental brass is a type of engraved sepulchral memorial which in the 13th century began to partially take the place of three-dimensional monuments and effigies carved in stone or wood.
Made of hard latten or sheet brass, let into the pavement, and thus forming no obstruction in the space required for the services of the church, they speedily came into general use, and. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bouquet, A.C.
(Alan Coates), Church brasses, British & continental. London, B.T. Batsford . A Man's Pocket Prayer-Book of Religion 1 copy Church brasses: British & continental: with some notes on incised stone 1 copy SACRED BOOKS OF THE WORLD: AN ANTHOLOGY, WITH FULL COMMENTARY, 1 copy.
Sally Badham of the Church Monuments Society gives an overview of the history of monumental church brasses, explaining how they were used as grave markers, how and where they were made and who they commemorated. Her article goes on to consider the principal threats to this important aspect of church heritage including water damage, inappropriate cleaning and.
Philip Dennis was buried in the church 6th September,with some ceremony, as described by Henry Machyn in his Diary. (fn. 1) Strype's edition of Stow's Survey of London, i, Book 2, p. 34, gives the inscription "Of your charity pray for the soul of Philip Dennis of London, Esq., whose body lyeth buried before this stone, who died 3 day.
English Church Brasses from the 13th to 17th Century - Suffling. London, England: L Upcott Gill, Browse this collection. Details of family origins, surnames, events, and locations are recorded for about British families; some are accompanied by coats of arms.
Church brasses, British & continental, with some notes on incised stone slabs and indents by A. C Bouquet (Book) 16 editions published between and in English and Undetermined and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. This bibliography includes all articles, except ephemeral reports, in the Transactions of the Monumental Brass Society and articles of a general nature published in the Society's Bulletin, but generally excludes articles in the Bulletin on the brasses of individual churches.
For the latter, please search the topographical index. General antiquarian studies, such as county histories. English church brasses from the 13th to the 17th century [Suffling, Ernest Richard.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. English Author: Ernest Richard.
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Monumental brasses were first seen in the 13th century. The Rhineland was a major source of brass (latten) through the 16th century, specifically in Cologne. It is not surprising that brasses seem to have originated in the Low Countries: lands around the Rhine's delta that roughly correspond to modern-day Belgium, Luxemburg, and the Netherlands.
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Stephenson, A List of Monumental Brasses in the British Isles(), p The brass was only identified as being many continental brasses engraved on the other side of English brasses smuggled abroad, it is This may not be a book specifically about brasses. A List of Monumental Brasses in the British Isles ().
London: Monumental Brass Society, Suffling, Ernest R. English Church Brasses. London: L. Upcott Gill, Trivick, Henry. The Craft and Design of Monumental Brasses.
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brasses, this volume helps to redress that omission. Of the twelve chapters, subdivided into three parts, most examine continental tombs and monuments, but one in particular, Chapter 9 (pp) by Ann Adams, Revealed/Concealed: Monumental Brasses on Tomb Chests – John I, Duke of Cleves, and Catherine of Bourbon, Duchess of Guelders, is most.
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It is a product of the Anglican Evangelical missionary enthusiasm of the early nineteenth century. It began as an educational organization but became a general missionary movement among our own people abroad. The nineteenth century saw the. Boutell’s Monumental Brasses of England, Suffling’s English Church Brasses, Macklin’s Brasses of England, Ashdown’s British and Foreign Arms and Armour, Hewitt’s Ancient Armour and Weapons in Europe, Boutell’s Arms and Armour, Fox-Davies’s Complete Guide to Heraldry, Boutell’s English Heraldry, Bloom’s English Seals.
Victorian brass rubbings emerge at Norwich fleamarket. He was a leading authority on continental brasses and copies of his A Book of Fac-similes [sic] of Monumental Brasses on the Continent of Europe published in are in the V&A, the Royal Academy and the British Museum. This is a lively and informative guide to the Church of England, from its Romano-British origins to the central church structures of the twenty-first century.
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Bibliographic References (Citation, Note/Abstract, NAL no) Stephenson, M., A List of Monumental Brasses in the British Isles, London,p.
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