THEORIZING ANGLO-SAXON STONE SCULPTURE
by CATHERINE E. KARKOV and FRED ORTON
West Virginia University Press, 2003
Paper: 978-0-937058-79-4
Library of Congress Classification NB463.T44 2003
Dewey Decimal Classification 734.0942

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ABOUT THIS BOOK

Theorizing Anglo-Saxon Stone Sculpture significantly advances the complex study of Anglo-Saxon carved monuments, such as the Ruthwell Cross, by adopting more explicit theoretical approaches to the subject. Scholars included here are explicit in describing how their approaches complement (or, more often, contradict) the work of others. This book comes as a shot across the bow of these vessels. Contributors include the best scholars on this subject matter in England, Ireland, and America.



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