Home     Site Map     Village Forum     Search     Help     About us

Home Publications Home

Title Synopsis Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Bibliography Catalogue Appendix


Bibliography

An analysis of the man and dragon combat from the Sigurd legend in the North of England to the first carvings of St Michael and the Dragon

  • J. Alexander, Insular Manuscripts, 0-9th centuries, London, 1978.
  • R.Bailey, Viking Are Sculpture in the North of England, Glasgow, 1980.
  • R. Bailey & R.Cramp, Corpus of Anglo Saxon Stone Sculpture, Cumberland and Westmoreland, II, Oxford, 1988.
  • R.Bailey & J.Lang, "The Date of the Gosforth Cross", Antiquity, 49, 1975, p.290 3.
  • R.Baldwin & I.White, The Scandinavians in Cumbria, Leeds, 1985.
  • E.Bowen, Saints, Seaways and Settlements in the Celtic Lands, University of Wales Press, 1977.
  • G.Baldwin Browne, The Arts in Early England The Life of Saxon England and its Relation to the Arts, II, 1903.
  • G. Browne, "An Ancient Sculpted Shaft in the Parish Church at Leeds", Journal of the British Archaeological Association, XLI, 1885, p.139.
  • T.Brushfield, "On Norman Tympana", Journal of the British Archaeological Association, N.S. VI, 1900, p.241 270.
  • W.Calverly, Early Sculptured Crosses Shrines and Monuments in the Diocese of Carlisle, 1899.
  • W.Calverly, "The Sculptured Cross at Gosforth", Trans. Cumberland and Westmoreland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, O.S. VI, 1883, p.373-412.
  • H.Colley March, "The Pagan/Christian overlap in the North", Trans. Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society, IX, 1891, p.52.
  • W.Collingwood, "An Inventory of the Ancient Monuments of Westmoreland and Lancashire North of the Sands", Trans. Cum berland and Westmoreland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, N.S. XXVI, 1926. p.1 26.
  • W.Collingwood, "Anglian and Danish Sculpture in the West Riding", Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, XXIII, 1914, p. 234-5.
  • W. Collingwood, Northumbrian Crosses of the Pre Norman Period, Dyfed, 1989.
  • A.Cubbon, The Art of the Manx Crosses, Douglas, 3rd. rev.ed. 1983.
  • A.Didron, Christian Iconoaraphy: The History of Christian Art in the Middle Ages, New York, 1968.
  • C.Dodwell, Anglo Saxon Art, A New Perspective, London, 1982.
  • H.Ellis, "Sigurd in the Art of the Viking Age", Antiquity, XVI, 1942, p.216- 236.
  • H.Ellis Davidson, "Gods and Heroes in Stone", The Early Cultures of North West Europe, (H.Chadwick Memorial Studies), Cambridge, 1950.
  • M.Faul, Studies in Late Anglo Saxon Settlement, Oxford, 1984.
  • R.Farrell, "Becwulf and the Northern Heroic Age", Vikings, London, 1982.
  • M.Hearn, Romanesque Sculpture: The Revival of Monumental Stone Sculpture in the 11th and 12th centuries, Oxford, 1981.
  • J.Higgin ed. Early Medieval Sculpture in Britain and Ireland, British Archaeoloqical reports, British Series, no.152, Oxford, 1986.
  • N.Higham, The Northern Counties to 1000 A.D., Londonl 1986.
  • M.James, The Apocalypse in Art, Oxford University Press, 1927.
  • W.Kapelle, The Norman Conquest of the North. The Region and its Transformation, 1000-1135, London, 1979.
  • T.Kendrick, Late Saxon and Viking Art, London, 1949.
  • P.Kermode, Manx Crosses, 1907.
  • C.Keyser, A List of Norman Tympana and Lintels, with Figure or Symbolic Sculpture Still or Till Recently Existing in Churches of Great Britain, London, 2nd rev. ed. 1927.
  • C.Keyser, "Notes on a Sculptured Tympanum at Kingswinford Church, Staffordshire, and Other Early Representations in Enqland of St.Michael", Archaeoloqical Journal, LXII, 1905, p.139.
  • R.Kinvig, A History of the Isle of Man, Liverpool, 1950.
  • P.Klein, "TP~ Cycles de l 'apocalypse du Haut Moyen Age", (IX XIIIes), Post Doctoral Paper for Pittsburgh University, p.135-159.
  • O.Klindt~Jensen & D.Wilson, Viking Art, London, 1966.
  • Cannon Knowles, "Pre Norman Fragments at St. Bees", Trans. Cumberland and Westmoreland Antiquarian and Archaeoloqical Society, N.S. I, 1915.
  • J.Lang, ed. "Anglo Saxon and Viking Art", British Archaeoloqical Reports, British Series, 49, Oxford, 1978.
  • J.Lang, "An Anglo Scandinavian Cross Head from Ripon Cathedral" Interim, II4, 1975, p.11-12.
  • J.Lang, "Anglo Scandinavian Sculpture in the Yorkshire", Viking Age York and the North, Council for British Archaeology, report 26, London, 1978, p.11-20.
  • J.Lanq, "Siqurd and Weyland in pre Conquest Carving in Northern Enqland", Yorkshire Archaeoloqical Journal, XLVIII, 1976, p.83-94.
  • T.Lees, "An Attempt to Interpret the Meaning of Certain Carvings on Obtain Stones of the Graveyard of Heysham, Lancashire", Trans. Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society, IX, 1891, p.42.
  • H.Lyon, The Vikings in Britain, London, 1977
  • H.Lyon, Anglo Saxon England and the Norman Conquest, London, 1962.
  • E.Male, Religious Art in France in the 12th century, Studies of the Origins of Medieval Iconography, Princeton University Press, 1976.
  • S.Margeson, "The Volsung Legend in Medieval Art" Medieval Iconography and Narrative: A Symposium, ed. Flemming and Anderson, Odense University Press, 1980, p. 183-211.
  • S.Margeson, "Iconography of the Manx Crosses", 9th Viking Congress, Viking Society for Northern Research, Selected papers, York, 1983.
  • P.Mayvaert, "Bede and the Church Paintings at Wearmouth~Jarrow" Anglo Saxon England, V.8, ed. P.Clemoes, 1979.
  • G.Owen, Rites and Religions of the Anqlo Saxons, London, 1981.
  • N.Pevsner, The County Guides Cumberland and Westmoreland, London, 1967.
  • N.Pevsner, Yorkshire, West Ridinq, London, 1967.
  • N.Pevsner, Yorkshire, North Ridinq, London, 1966.
  • N.Pevsner, Yorkshire. East Ridinq, London, 1974.
  • B.Phillpotts, Edda and Saga, London, 1931.
  • G.Rowe, "On the Saxon Church of All Saints, Kirby Hill, Broughbridge", Associated Architectural Societies Reports, X, 1870, p.239- 243.
  • J.Romilly Allen, Early Christian Svmbolism in Great Britain and Ireland, London, 1887.
  • H.Shetelig, "Manx Crosses", Viking Club Saga Book, IX(2), 1915, p.253 -274.
  • D.Talbot Rice, English Art, 871-1100, Oxford, 1951.
  • E.Temple Anqlo Saxon Manuscripts, 900-1066, London, 1976.
  • I.Wood, "Anglo Saxon Otley, An Episcopal Estate and its Crosses in a Northumbrian Context", Northern History, XXIII, 1987, p.20-38.
  • P.Wormald, "Bede, Beowulf and the Conversion of the Anglo Saxon Aristocracy", Bede and Anqlo Saxon England, ed. R.Farrell, British Archaeological Reports, British Series, 46, 1978, p.32-95.
  • G.Zarnecki, Later English Romanesque Sculpture, 1140-1210, London, 1953.
  • G.Zarnecki, Studies in Romanesque Sculpture, London, 1979.
EXHIBITION CATALOGUES

LONDON
  • J.Backhouse et al. The Golden Age of Anqlo Saxon Art, 966 1066. London, 1984.
  • G.Zarnecki, J.Holt, T.Holland, English Romanesque Art, 1066-1200, Arts Council, London, 1984.
YORK
  • J.Graham Campbell et al, The Vikings in England, The Anqlo Danish Viking Project, Kent, 1981
- - Top - -

This document maintained by Site Manager
Text and photos © (unless otherwise stated)
1990-1 Shona E McAndrew