The Saxon Relief Style

The Saxon Relief Style

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This thesis sets out to re-examine, define, and explore the art-style already occasionally referred to as the Saxon Relief Style. This style developed in certain Germanic areas of the continent out of provincial Roman ornament of the later fourth century AD.Both have distinctive a#39;Sa#39; spiral-tendril patterns with drilled centres on their bows and three U- shaped tongues on the footplate end. ... 3d). In order for the borders to display a devolution of the heavy animal ornament it would require the Wehden Type to be dated to at least ... The beading is confined to the outer long edges of the headplate and footplate only and does not border ornamented areas unlikeanbsp;...

Title:The Saxon Relief Style
Author: Peter A. Inker
Publisher:British Archaeological Reports Limited - 2006

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