Your search results for
"Merovingan"
(10 images)
manage albums
create album

    Merovingan

    (10 images)

    • Show image
    • Add to album
    • Delete from album
    • Put into shopping cart

      1  

    Ornamental sword hilts and scabbards; cloisonne work, gold and garnets; from the tomb of Childeric I, discovered in Tournai in 1653 by the physician Jean-Jaques Chiflet.

    26-03-01/ 1

    Vessel made of one large sardonyx-gem, of antique but unknown origin (Rome,Alexandria?).Even the scene,a hero with chariot,an old man,grieving women,is unidentified; perhaps Phaidra and Hippolytos. Mounting from the time of Dagobert,king of the Franks (died 639).

    15-03-01/35

    Vessel made of one large sardonyx-gem, of antique but unknown origin (Rome,Alexandria?).Even the scene,a hero with chariot,an old man,grieving women,is unidentified; perhaps Phaidra and Hippolytos. Mounting from the time of Dagobert,king of the Franks (died 639).

    15-03-01/36

    Vessel made of one large sardonyx-gem, of antique but unknown origin (Rome,Alexandria?).Even the scene,a hero with chariot,an old man,grieving women,is unidentified; perhaps Phaidra and Hippolytos. Mounting from the time of Dagobert,king of the Franks (died 639).

    15-03-01/37

    Gold disc brooch,Merovingian, probaly from Germany, late 6th. The brooch is made in cloisonnee technique with garnets and glass, adopted from Eastern mediterranean jewellers by the Franks, Goths, Lombards and other "barbarians". The wearing of single disc brooches developed in the 6th and 7th centuries as costume fashions changed under Byzantine influence. M&ME, 1894,4-21,2

    30-01-08/ 4

    Bijoux de la Reine Arnegonde:signet ring;the monogram "RA" can be read as "Regina Arnegundis",one of the wives of King Clotaire I (497-561)

    40-01-04/25

    Bijoux de la Reine Arnegonde,wife of Merovingian King Clotaire I (497-561): a pair of circular fibulas, gold and garnets. One is Longobardian work,the other a Merovingian copy.

    40-01-04/26

    Bijoux de la Reine Arnegonde, wife of Merovingian King Clotaire I (497-561): Long brooch-needle,gold and garnets.

    40-01-04/27

    Bijoux de la Reine Arnegonde,wife of Merovingian King Clotaire I (497-561): Belt-buckle,silver and garnets,glass-paste. Meerovingian gold,ca.570 Found in a tomb at St.Denis

    40-01-04/28

    Teuderic reliquary;the inscription on the back of the gold-plated silver shrine names a couple who asked the presbiter Teuderic to have a small coffer made in honour of Saint Maurice.The center gem is a Merovingian glass-paste.Gold-plated silver,pearls,precious stones.

    15-03-01/32

      1