2 edition of Andrews diptych found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 38.
|Statement||by John Beckwith.|
|Series||Museum monograph / Victoria and Albert Museum ;, no. 12, Museum monograph (Victoria and Albert Museum) ;, no. 12.|
|LC Classifications||NK5870 .B37 1958|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||38 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||94103071|
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THE ANDREWS DIPTYCH AND SOME RELATED IVORIES ELIZABETH ROSENBAUM EVER since the so-called Andrews Diptych in the Victoria and Albert Museum with scenes from the New Testament (Fig. I) was published thirty years ago' its date and origin have aroused controversy. Some scholars give it Andrews diptych book date in the first half of the fifth century,2.
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This ivory diptych shows six miracles associated with Jesus Christ, who is shown beardless. The purpose of the diptych is uncertain: it has been suggested that it was made to mark the assumption of the priesthood Andrews diptych book the four cults of Ceres, Cybele, Bacchus and Jupiter by women of the Symmachi and Nicomacchi families (or that it was issued to commemorate the death of Q.
Aurelius Symmachus in ), but it is more generally thought that. The tablets were connected by a hinge, and closed like a book to protect the inside—a thin layer of cool wax where the consul could write with a stylus and, if necessary, erase. Andrews diptych book The Andrews diptych book was, essentially, Andrews diptych book ceremonial notebook used to track and record consular appointments by year.
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Near the foot or head of the bed is an additional crosspiece of turned wood to which the cords are attached at that end, and itself connected to the true end of the bed by spiral-laced cords.
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Just before the Bartimaeus story, the. In Late Antiquity, ivory notebook diptychs with covers carved in low relief on the outer faces were a significant art-form: the "consular diptych" was made to celebrate an individual's becoming Roman consul, when they seem to have been made in sets and distributed by the new consul to friends and followers.
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* The middle left section of six miracles of Christ depicted on the Andrews diptych (two pieces hooked together by a hinge) from North Italy (probably Milan) from the 5th or 9th century CE/AD.
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