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Golden Psalter of St.Gallen.begun c.860 and continued from 870 to 900.St.Denis (?) (Court School of Charles the Bald),later continued at St. Gall.Psalter two full-page miniatures,15 full or half page illustrations on the Psalm titles.St.Gall, Abbey Library,Cod.Sang.22.Joab leading the Hebrew cavalry against the Syrians (depicted as Carolingian-era Frankish cavalry), illustration of psalm 60 Text:ET SYRIAM SOBAL·ET CONVERTIT IOAB· ET PERCUSSIT EDOM IN VALLE SALINARUM XII MILIA·

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A resource for historic arms and armor collectors with photo galleries, reviews, reference materials, discussion forums, a bookstore and a comparison tool.

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AD 883-900 St. Gallen Cod.22 141 The Viking Age Compendium.

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Perhaps you have already caught a glimpse of my research project of last year. It slipped in on some photos and social media postings. But I haven’t had the possibility to write too much about it e…

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The Sacramentary of Drogo, one of the gospel illustrated manuscripts from the Carolingian Revival. wikipedia Western Europe came crawling out of the "Dark Ages" with the arrival of Frankish kings, whom, in collaboration with the papacy in Rome,...

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The progression of Western Europe from the proverbial (though misleading) ‘Dark Ages’ to what we know as the medieval feudal times corresponded to a matter of centuries - and a significant part of these ‘reformative’ years was overseen by the Franks. These originally Germanic people (Latin: Franci or gens

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