style of decoration featuring symmetrical design, interlaced organic and geometric shapes, and animal motifs
enamelware in which colored areas are separated by thin metal strips
a collection of Psalms for liturgical use
A decorative pin, usually used to fasten garments.
A group of islands of the western coast of Europe, made up of Great Britian, Ireland, and some small islands.
one of the great patrons of Ottonian architecture, a tutor of Otto the Third, a builder of the Saint Michael at Hildesheism
a dense, cpmplex pattern with twisted, knotted, woven-looking lines, often with zoomorphic details
the facade and towers at the western end of a medieval church, principally in Germany
Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John
The style of art in France that was inspired by the Holy Roman Emperor Charlemagne
art done by monks living in isolation in monasteries
medieval Scandinavians, vikings
of or pertaining to the German dynasty (Otto I, II, III) that ruled as emperors of the Holy Roman Empire [962-1002]
a Viking ship burial site in England