English church monuments A.D. 1150-1550 an introduction to the study of tombs and effigies of the Mediaeval period. by Fred H. Crossley

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Development Medieval period. The earliest English church monuments were simple stone coffin-shaped grave coverings incised with a cross or similar design; the hogback form is one of the earliest types. The first attempts at commemorative portraiture emerged in the 13th century, executed in low relief, horizontal but as in life.

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Effigy of William II Longespee (d) in Salisbury Cathedral, in cross-legged attitude Development Medieval period. The earliest English church monuments were simple stone coffin-shaped grave coverings incised with a cross or similar design; the hogback form is one of the earliest types.

The first attempts at commemorative portraiture emerged in the 13th century, executed in low relief. English Church Monuments in the Middle Ages offers a comprehensive survey of English church monuments from the pre-Conquest period to the early sixteenth century.

Ground-breaking in its treatment of the subject in an historical context, it explores medieval monuments both in terms of their social meaning and the role that they played in the Reviews: 3.

page note 1 English Church Monuments, A.D. –, Crossley, p. The date of the Harewell tomb is given asor about 60 years later than the Exeter lions.

The date of the Harewell tomb is given asor about 60 years later than the Exeter lions. The earliest English church monuments were simple stone coffin-shaped grave coverings incised with a cross or similar design; the hogback form is one of the earliest types.

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