5 edition of The runic roods of Ruthwell and Bewcastle found in the catalog.
|Statement||by James King Hewison.|
|LC Classifications||CC315.R8 H5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 178 p.|
|Number of Pages||178|
|LC Control Number||15001386|
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Hewison, James King, The Runic Roods of Ruthwell and Bewcastle, Short history of the Cross and Crucifix in Scotland Glasgow, John Smith and Son, , xii, p. Ill’ns (mainly photos) + picture of Ruthwell Cross, in envelope pasted in frt of bk Ex Church of Scotland Library, presented by . The Runic Roods of Ruthwell and Bewcastle with a Short History of the Cross and Crucifix in Scotland. Hewison, James King.
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THE RUNIC ROODS OF RUTHWELL AND BEWCASTLE, WITH A SHORT HISTORY OF THE CROSS AND CRUCI FIX IN SCOTLAND, by James King Hewison. xii, Glasgow: John Smith & Son, This is a well-printed quarto, containing nine chapters and three appendixes, in which the author traverses much of the ground.
Corners and spine tips slightly rubbed, with small white marks to foredge. Free endpapers toned with ownership inscription in ink to ffep dated ; a very little scattered foxing, mainly to prelims and blanks to rear.
Scarce. Pevsner described the crosses of Ruthwell and Bewcastle as "the greatest achievement of that date in the whole of Europe".
The stone crosses at Ruthwell in Dum- friesshire and at Bewcastle in Cumberland are probably the most discussed pieces of sculpture in the British Isles (PLS. The Roman Station and Runic Cross at Bewcastle The Ruthwell and Bewcastle Crosses ().
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The Runic Roods of Ruthwell and Bewcastle With a Short History of the Cross and Crucifix in Scotland by James King Hewison Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, Part II by Richard Saul Ferguson.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Fragments of history: Rethinking the Ruthwell and Bewcastle monuments is an innovative study of the two premier survivals of pre-Viking Anglo-Saxon stone sculpture. Both monuments are rich in finely carved images and complex inscriptions.
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Similar Books: 0 Biography of a Mexican Crucifix: Lived. Bewcastle Cross, runic monument in Cumbria, Eng., dating from the late 7th or early 8th gh the top of the cross has been lost, a weather-beaten, foot (metre) shaft remains, showing on one face a figure of Christ trampling on the heads of beasts, a runic inscription underneath, and, above Christ’s figure, a falconer, possibly St.
John the Evangelist with his eagle. Bewcastle in North Cumbria is an isolated village steeped in Roman and Border history. The church, farm, and castle occupy the site of a Roman out post fort which guarded the Maiden Way, the main Roman road north from Birdoswald on Hadrian’s Wall some 10km (6 miles) to the south.
These notes describe a project carried out at the Manchester Museum in the University of Manchester as part of the redisplay of the museum galleries into recolour a set of casts of the crosses at Bewcastle and Ruthwell churches acquired in (the Ruthwell Cross contains sections of ;The Dream of the Rood'), using the evidence surviving on other sculpture, the MS traditions and.
The Runic Roods of Ruthwell and Bewcastle with a Short History of the Cross and Crucifix in Scotland. Hewison, James King.
Published by Glasgow; John Smith & Son Ltd., Bewcastle is a large civil parish in the City of Carlisle district of Cumbria, is in the historic county of Cumberland. According to the census the parish had a population ofreducing to at the Census.
The parish is large and includes the settlements of Roadhead and ct: City of Carlisle. Bearing the title The Runic Roods of Ruthwell and Bewcastle (an unfortunate repetition of the name of his book of ), it concentrates on the heart of the question, viz.
the actual and extant inscriptions, especially that at Bewcastle, which, it will have to be acknowledged, is in somewhat sorry case.England -- Antiquities -- Early works to See also what's at your library, or elsewhere.
Broader terms: England -- Antiquities; Great Britain -- Antiquities -- Early works to The Runic Roods of Ruthwell and Bewcastle With a short history of the Cross and Crucifix in Scotland by James King Hewison () Traditional Tales of the English and Scottish Peasantry By Allan Cunningham () Wariston's Diary and Other Papers.