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Processional Cross in Late Medieval England

The "dallye Cross" (Reports of the Research Committee)

by Colum Hourihane

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Published by Society of Antiquaries of London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • British & Irish history: c 1000 to c 1500,
  • Christianity,
  • Medieval art,
  • Medieval,
  • History,
  • History - General History,
  • History: World,
  • England

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages162
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8286314M
    ISBN 100854312811
    ISBN 109780854312818

    This research project examines an intriguing type of depictions which can be found within Sarum processional manuscripts, a genre of liturgical books which were produced between the thirteenth and fifteenth centuries. The central focus is a specific example from Norwich which was produced between the late fourteenth and early fifteenth centuries. I propose that their flat, ordered, and. Introduction. High crosses are freestanding stone sculptures that are a feature of early medieval art in England, Ireland, Scotland, and, to a lesser extent, are distinct from cross slabs, which are shaped slabs decorated with relief carvings of crosses and sometimes other types of .

    Accession Number Credit Line Gift of the Baroness Maud Ledyard von Ketteler Title Processional cross with triumphant Christ (Christus triumphans) flanked by busts of the evangelists, Saints Matthew, John, Mark, and Luke (obverse); and suffering Christ (Christus patiens) flanked by busts of the Virgin Mary, God the father, Saint John and unidentified male saint with cross (Saint Philip.   The Cross of Lothair or Lothair Cross (German: Lotharkreuz) is a crux gemmata (jewelled cross) processional cross dating from about AD, though its base dates from the 14th century. It was made in Germany, probably at Cologne. [1] It is an outstanding example of medieval goldsmith's work, and "an important monument of imperial ideology", [2] forming part of the Aachen Cathedral Treasury.

    Colum Hourihane, The Processional Cross in Late Medieval England: The “Dallye Cross.” (Reports of the Research Committee of the Society of Antiquaries of London, ) London: Society of.   Much is known about the late medieval parish of All Saints’ Bristol thanks to the survival of an exceptionally full parish archive. In addition to some wills and a good run of churchwardens’ accounts, commencing in about , there is a ‘cache’ of property deeds, which reveals the provenance of the parish's growing property holdings and the care with which parish officials Author: Heather Falvey.


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The processional cross was iconographically linked to Processional Cross in Late Medieval England book many other images of the crucifixion in late-medieval England, and signifi-cant powers were attributed to it, especially in the liturgy of the dead.

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A fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London, he was elected an honorary fellow of the Royal Irish Academy in This is a list of Christian cross Christian cross, with or without a figure of Christ included, is the main religious symbol of Christianity.A cross with a figure of Christ affixed to it is termed a crucifix and the figure is often referred to as the corpus (Latin for "body").

The term Greek cross designates a cross with arms of equal length, as in a plus sign, while the Latin. Medieval/Crusades Europe, c. 9thth century AD. Great lead Pilgrim's Cross amulet, worn by pilgrims from Europe to the Holy Land and back. Of simple design, with a suspenion hole at top (clogged with ancient earth).

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Define processionals. processionals synonyms, processionals pronunciation, processionals translation, English dictionary definition of processionals. adj. Of, relating to, or suitable for a procession. 20 For an excellent discussion of the history and varied uses of processional crosses, see Colum Hourihane, The Processional Cross in Late Medieval England: The ‘Dallye Cross’, Society of Antiquaries of London, London,pp.

6– 21 See Ciatti. Colum Hourihane’s most popular book is From Ireland Coming. Colum Hourihane has 27 books on Goodreads with ratings.

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Colum Hourihane. avg rating — 0 ratings. Want to Read saving. Free Online Library: Clares in procession: the processional and hours of the Franciscan minoresses at Aldgate.(Report) by "Women & Music"; Women's issues/gender studies Ethnic, cultural, racial issues Monasteries Rites, ceremonies and celebrations Monastic and religious life Management Monastic life Design and construction Manuscripts Music manuscripts.

LEADER: cam aIa s enka b 0 eng d: |a (OCoLC)ocm |a NYP |c NYP |d DGU |d. Comitatus: A Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies, published annually under the auspices of the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of California, Los Angeles, publishes articles by graduate students and new scholars (within five years of receiving the PhD) working in any field of the Middle Ages or the annual journal is distributed internationally to.

A number of cross symbols were developed for the purpose of the emerging system of heraldry, which appeared in western Europe in about This tradition is partly in the use of the Christian cross an emblem from the 11th century, and increasingly during the age of the cross variants were developed in the classical tradition of heraldry during the late medieval and early modern.

79 Thiery, D. E., Polluting the sacred: violence, faith and the ‘civilizing’ of parishioners in late medieval England, Leiden41 –9.

The seminal work on the rituals performed remains Muncey, R. W., A history of consecration of churches and churchyards, Cambridge Author: Jesús Rodríguez Viejo.The processional cross in late Medieval England: the Dallye Cross / by: Hourihane, Colum, Published: () Similar Items Village, hamlet and field: changing medieval settlements in central England / by: Lewis, Carenza.Sources.

It would not be easy to provide an adequate bibliography for the very wide field covered by this article. A few works may be mentioned of a more general kindBÄUMER in Kirchenlex., VII, ; QUILLIET in Dict.

da théol. cath., III, ; HOPPENOT, Le crucifix dans l'histoire (Lille, ); SEYMOUR, The Cross in Tradition, History and Art (New York, ).-Both these last.