Brooch, 970–1030  Ottonian (probably northern Italy)  Gold with pearls, glass, and cloisonné enamel

Brooch, Ottonian (probably northern Italy) Gold with pearls, glass, and cloisonné enamel; decorated with miniature architectural forms constructed of fine gold filigree and granulation.

Very Rare image of Henry II (972-1024) King of Italy and Germany also Holy Roman Emperor during the time of the Ottonian Dynasty. From the Sacramentary of Henry II (1002 -1014). Undeniable proof of so called black presence throughout Europe.

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Very Rare image of Henry II King of Italy and Germany also Holy Roman Emperor during the time of the Ottonian Dynasty. From the Sacramentary of Henry II Undeniable proof black presence throughout Europe.

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Ring, century Germany (Ottonian) Gold with cloisonné enamel Diam. cm) The Cloisters Collection, 2004 On view at The Cloisers: Gallery 014 Last Updated March 2012

[Church of St. Michael , 1015 AD, Hildesheim Germany, Ottonian art]. Located in Hildesheim, this church stands as one of the most distinctive outcomes of Ottonian art. It follows a special basilica design which was developed under the command of the Bernward, an artsy figure who utilized the great basilicas he’d seen in Rome and the overall Classical art to create his outcomes.

signorcasaubon: “High Altar of Saint Michael’s church, Munich, Germany. A fine example of the late renaissance/early baroque; naturally, a Jesuit church.

Tyniec Sacramentary: Initial “V” Polish, before 1059

Ottonian Manuscript - Tyniec Sacramentarium, Ottonian illuminated manuscript written in ca. probably near Cologne

Ottonian crown on display at Essen's cathedral treasury, circa 1100. Long believed to be the infant crown of king of Romans Otto III.

Ottonian crown on display at Essen’s cathedral treasury, ca. Long believed to be the infant crown of king of Romans Otto III

Evangelia Ottonis (late 10th cent.) Rylands

This exquisite celtic knotwork illuminated letter 'b' from the late century, comes from a latin vellum manuscript known as 'Evangelia Ottonis'. The notes at Rylands mention that it is possibly Italian in origin.- I love illuminated letters.

Ivory Panel with Christ and the Four Symbols of the Evangelists, Ottonian, c. 1050. Possibly made in Fulda, Germany

Plaque with Christ and the Symbols of the Four Evangelists- ca. 1050 Geography:Made in possibly Fulda, Germany Culture:Ottonian Medium:Ivory Dimensions:Overall: 6 x 3 x in

Brooch  Date: 970–1030 Geography: Made in, North Italy Culture: Ottonian Medium: Gold, pearls, glass, cloisonné enamel

Brooch Date: Geography: Made in North Italy Culture: Ottonian Medium: Gold, pearls, glass, cloisonné enamel Dimensions: Overall: 1 x in. x cm) Classification: Metalwork-Gold Credit Line: Gift of J.

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"The Mathilda Cross" -- Circa 973 -- Essen Cathedral -- North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany (Mathilde, Abbess of Essen who is shown kneeling before the Virgin and Child in the enamel plaque.

Crown of emperor Henry II (Heinrich II - 6 May 972 – 13 July 1024), also known as Saint Henry, was Holy Roman Emperor from 1014 until his death in 1024 AD and the last member of the Ottonian dynasty of Emperors as he had no children. The Duke of Bavaria from 995, Henry became King of Germany following the sudden death of his second cousin, Emperor Otto III in 1002, was crowned King of Italy in 1004, and was crowned by the Pope as Emperor in 1014.

Crown of emperor Heinrich II Germany, Munich Munich Residence, Treasury Crown of emperor Heinrich II, 1270

A remarkably rare late eleventh century, Ottonian gold ring with pearls, and a cabochon garnet.

Ottonian Gold Ring Century AD A remarkably rare late eleventh century, Ottonian gold ring with pearls, and a cabochon garnet.

The crown of the Empress Matilda. One of the few items not lost in "The Wash"

The imperial crown Second Half of the Century, crown cross addition of the early century

The Pericopes of Henry II, the last Ottonian Holy Roman Emperor circa 1002-12, made by the Liuthar circle of illuminators, working in the Benedictine Abbey of Reichenau, which housed a scriptorium and artists' workshop that may have been the largest and artistically most influential in Europe during the late 10th and early 11th centuries.  Gospel pericopes contain only the passages from the gospels which are to be read during the liturgical year.

The Pericopes of Henry II is a luxurious medieval illuminated manuscript made for Henry II, the last Ottonian Holy Roman Emperor, made c.

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