The civil engineer and archaeologist John Romilly Allen (1847–1907) delivered the Rhind lectures of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland in 1885, and published them in book form in 1887. The art of pre-Norman Britain and Ireland had long been a subject of fascination for him, and in this highly illustrated book he considers the wider European context of British art, and the chronology of Christianity from the Romano-British period onwards. There is a particular focus on the Celtic crosses..
|Издательство||Cambridge University Press||Автор на обложке||J. Romilly Allen|
|Высота упаковки||1||Количество страниц||440|
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