Some Leaves of a Franco-Saxon Atelier at Trier and Echternach: An Addendum to 'Ivories from Trier.'

Sanderson, Warren
June 1976
Art Bulletin;Jun76, Vol. 58 Issue 2, p278
Academic Journal
Presents information on a group of ivory carvings created at Trier, Germany in the ninth century. Designs of the carvings; Relationship of the carvings with religious manuscripts in Paris, France; Style of the figures found in the carvings.


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