2 edition of list of the monumental brasses on the continent of Europe. found in the catalog.
list of the monumental brasses on the continent of Europe.
H. K. Cameron
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List of monumental brasses on the continent of Europe. Newport (Bucks.), Monumental Brass Society, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Hugh Keith Cameron; Monumental Brass Society (London, England). The Monumental Brasses of England: a series of engravings upon wood, from every variety of these interesting and valuable memorials.
London: Bell.] Cameron, H. A List of Monumental Brasses on the Continent of Europe. Newport Pagnell: Monumental Brass Society.
ISBN Clayton, Muriel (). A Book of Facsimiles of Monumental Brasses on the Continent of Europe with Brief Descriptive Notes W. Creeny W. Griggs: London " by 15" [2pp], x,73pp, [1pp] SUMMARY An uncommon and illustrated work looking at European monumental brasses, written by William Creeny, an authority on monumental brasses.
Illustrated,Leather Binding. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Creeny, W. (William Frederick), Book of facsimiles of monumental brasses on the continent of Europe. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for A List of Monumental Brasses on the Continent of Europe H.K.
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monumental brass used only a couple of times, in great condition. His book, Monumental Brasses, was to be published in the summer ofby which time he was a curate at St. Ive in south-east 4 H.K. Cameron, A List of Monumental Brasses on the Continent of Europe (London, ), p, no.2; the palimpsest is described in detail in.
(3) Foreign: Monumental Brasses and Incised Slabs in Belgium (8vo, ); Books of Facsimiles of Monumental Brasses of the Continent of Europe, folio (), by the Rev. Greeny. Fig.
1.—Sir John D’Abernon, Monumental brasses are a significant source of information and, due to their durability, are still found in enough numbers to represent a decent cross-section of the middle and upper class.
The resiliency of brass has enabled these monuments to better weather the ages than many stone slabs and effigies of wood or stone.
Continental or mainland Europe is the contiguous continent of Europe, excluding its surrounding islands. It can also be referred to ambiguously as the European continent – which can conversely mean the whole of Europe – and by some, simply the Continent.
The most common definition of continental Europe excludes continental islands, encompassing the Greek Islands, Cyprus. - Explore nelson's board "Monumental Brasses; Brass Rubbing", followed by people on Pinterest.
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Whilst a reasonable number of brasses have survived iconoclasm, fire, neglect and wartime bombing, fragments like single Lombardic letters or parts of slabs have been found by archaeological excavation or during building. Stephenson, Mill. "Monumental Brasses of North Riding," Yorkshire Archeological Journal, 17 (), Continental Brasses (PP) Cameron, H.K.
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The eastern border uniquely comprises a long and mixed line of mountain ranges, rivers, Area: 10, km² (3, sq mi) (6th). “Pope Alexander VI issued a Papal bull authorizing the Treaty of Tordesillas on June 7, The treaty gave everything located beyond leagues or exceeding 1, nautical miles west of Cape Verde to Spain for exploration, and everything east of this meridian went to Portugal.”.
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The etymological origin is due to Christopher Columbus, who annotated a rather poetic phrase on his logbook on 3 Augustas his three boats sailed away from the shores of Europe towards the Unknown: “Following the light of the sun, we left th.