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Gems of antiquity

Otto Neitzel

Gems of antiquity

vocal masterpieces [covering a period from 1240 to 1786) Edited by Otto Neitzel.

by Otto Neitzel

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Published by John Church Co. in Cincinnati .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Songs with piano

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsM1619 N43 G4
    The Physical Object
    Pagination139p.
    Number of Pages139
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18963383M

    Beginning with the work of the master builders of antiquity, the author examines Old World connections with New World sacred centers, such as the similarities between Ohio’s Mound City and the pyramids and tombs of the Giza Plateau, as well as ancient American cities of the Sun, China’s Great Pyramid, and the possibility of a Templar treasure on Oak ed on: J   Frank’s writing is a journey of the mind, especially in Power Places and the Master Builders of Antiquity.” John DeSalvo, Ph.D., biophysicist and author of Power Crystals “I have heard many of Frank Joseph’s well-researched lectures over the past twenty years, and he has put the same attention to facts and detail into his latest book.

    In antiquity, gems were engraved with personal or official insignia that, when impressed on wax or clay, were used to sign or seal documents. Carved gems were valued not only for their distinctive designs, but also for the beauty of their stones, some of which were believed to have magical properties. Get this from a library! The antiquities of heraldry, collected from the literature, coins, gems, vases, and other monuments of pre-Christian and mediæval times;. [William Smith Ellis].

      BMCR ‘Gems of Heaven:’ Recent Research on Engraved Gemstones in Late Antiquity c. AD British Museum Research Publication Descriptions in antiquity of the execution cross, whether by Christians or non-Christians, present the instrument ordinarily used in putting people to death by crucifixion as composed of two wooden pieces. Whether the two pieces of timber of the normal execution cross were permanently conjoined or were merely put together for the purpose of the execution is not stated.


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Myth Revisited. The Re-use of Mythological Cameos and Intaglios in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages (Gemma Sena Chiesa) Inscriptions on Portrait Gems in Late Antiquity (4th – 6th centuries) (Sébastien Aubry) Some Engraved Gemstones from Late Antiquity in Atlanta (Jasper Gaunt) /5(1). This is the companion volume to one devoted to recent research on Byzantine jewellery published in and forms part of a series organised under the auspices of the British Museum Byzantine Seminar Series.

The conference brought together leading scholars from Europe, the USA and the Middle East to discuss Late Antique gems and cameos. This is the first time that so many diverse papers.

Seals in Transition: their Change of Function and Value in Late Antiquity (Gertrud Platz-Horster) Myth Revisited. The Re-use of Mythological Cameos and Intaglios in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages (Gemma Sena Chiesa) Inscriptions on Portrait Gems in Late Antiquity (4th – 6th centuries) (Sébastien Aubry) In Hellenistic Greece and Rome, engraved gems were regarded as collectors’ items, displayed in ‘gem cabinets’ (daktyliothecae) in palaces and temples.

During the Middle Ages, ancient gems were often set into other treasured objects, such as jewelry, book covers, and even crosses and reliquaries.

Book 37 of Pliny’s Natural History is one of the few accounts on precious stones, gems and amber that collects information from various sources of antiquity, which in many cases have survived. Books to Borrow. Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library.

Open Library. Featured movies All video latest This Just In Prelinger Archives Democracy Now. Occupy Wall Street TV NSA Clip Library. Late Antiquity, once known only as the period of protracted decline in the ancient world (Bas-Empire), has now become a major research area.

In recent years, a wide-ranging historiographic debate on Late Antiquity has also begun. Replacing Gibbon’s categories of decline and decadence with those of continuity and transformation has not only brought to the fore the concept of the Late Roman.

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An engraved gem, frequently referred to as an intaglio, is a small and usually semi-precious gemstone that has been carved, in the Western tradition normally with images or inscriptions only on one face.

The engraving of gemstones was a major luxury art form in the Ancient world, and an important one in some later periods. Strictly speaking, engraving means carving in intaglio (with the. About the Author Ben van den Bercken is an archaeologist and former assistant-curator Engraved Gems at the National Museum of Antiquities, Leiden.

His work on the collection of engraved gems include contributions to the collection's history, Egyptian scarabs and cylinders seals. "The (Re-)Use of Ancient Gems and Coins: the Presence of Antiquity in Medieval Sigillography" published on 28 Jan by Brill. As an author, Tamar is best known for the mystery series: Pennsylvania Dutch Mystery and Den of Antiquity Mystery.

All of her books are full of eccentric characters and spiked with a flavorful selection of original recipes. The first book from the Pennsylvania Dutch Mystery series named Too Many Crooks Spoil the Broth is her most famous work. This edited volume discusses some of the finest and most exceptional precious and semi-precious stones from the collection of the Dutch National Museum of Antiquities - more than engraved gems from the ancient Near East, Egypt, the classical world, renaissance and 17thth centuries - and other special collections throughout Europe.

Get this from a library. Gem engraving in Britain from antiquity to the present: with a catalogue of the British engraved gems in the State Hermitage Museum. [I︠U︡lii︠a︡ Osvalʹdovna Kagan]. The gems were preserved in royal collections or ecclesiastical treasuries.

Despite their profane and pagan iconography, many were set as decorative elements into religious and devotional objects, such as shrines, reliquaries, and book covers of precious metals.

By the beginning of the fifteenth century, when a new interest in the classical past. InJohann Joachim Winckelmann published a key early instance of art-historical thinking, his Geschichte der Kunst des Alterthums, here translated into English for the first time.

Dazzled by the sensuous and plastic beauty of recently excavated artifacts - coins, engraved gems, vases, paintings, reliefs, and statues - Winckelmann synthesized the visual and written evidence then available Reviews: 1. Quantitatively speaking, such neglect is perhaps understandable: although overextant gems date between Augustus and Aurelian, only a 1, or so can be assigned to later antiquity - "a certain indication that the use of engraved gems declined rapidly after the mid-third century" (11).Reviews: 1.

Transformation in Roman imperial glyptic portraits in the round / Elisabetta Gagetti --Gem portraits of soldier-emperors / Erika Zwierlein-Diehl --Gods or mortals: images on imperial portrait gems, medallions and coins in the 3rd century AD / Adrian Marsden --Love and passion: personal cameos in late antiquity from the content collection.

Gems of Heaven - Recent Research on Engraved Gemstones in Late Antiquity c. AD - Chris Entwistle & Noel Adams A thorough account of those gemstones which were engraved throughout antiquity and used as amulets and charms, focusing on the era circa - CE.

The Book of Talismans, Amulets and Zodiacal Gems (Illustrated) - Kindle edition by Pavitt, William Thomas, Pavitt, Kate. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Book of Talismans, Amulets and Zodiacal Gems (Illustrated).Reviews: 9.The gems of antiquity are proof of human endeavours to cope with the wonders of nature.

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