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CORPUS OF ANGLO-SAXON STONE SCULPTURE, VOLUME XI: EARLY CORNISH SCULPTURE. Ann Preston-Jones and Elisabeth Okasha. Oxford University Press, 2013. Published in association with British Academy, London. 518 pp. with 547 ills. (35 col.). 29 x 22 cm. ISBN 9780197265659 In English.
Publisher's description: This book is part of a major series published by the British Academy. Volume 11 surveys the county of Cornwall and provides an analytical catalogue of its early sculpture, highlighting the particular distinctiveness of Cornish sculpture compared to other regions. Readers may well be astonished at the range and scale of the Cornish monuments. Introductory chapters set the material within its topographical, historical and archaeological context, considering it especially in relation to its development as Cornwall, at one time an independent Celtic kingdom, became part of the Anglo-Saxon realm. To fully illuminate the material, the volume includes specialist contributions on the geology of the monuments, the historical background, and the sculpture which continued the tradition of monumental carving in Cornwall after the Norman Conquest. There is a full photographic record of each monument, taken for the most part by the authors, which highlights the fact that Cornwall, unlike some regions, has many impressive and complete monuments still surviving.
Indexing: Western, Europe — Great Britain — 300 A.D.-1400 — Sculpture
Plans: 71
Worldwide Number: 158437
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