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Cathedral Church of St Nicholas

Provenance: Newcastle, England
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Cathedral Church of St Nicholas

Provenance: Newcastle, England
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Cathedral Church of St Nicholas

Provenance: Newcastle, England
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Cathedral Church of St Nicholas

Provenance: Newcastle, England
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Cathedral Church of St Nicholas

Provenance: Newcastle, England
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Cathedral Church of St Nicholas

Provenance: Newcastle, England
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Cathedral Church of St Nicholas

Provenance: Newcastle, England
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Cathedral Church of St Nicholas

Provenance: Newcastle, England
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Cathedral Church of St Nicholas

Provenance: Newcastle, England
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Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity

Provenance: Gloucestershire, England
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Cauldron (replica)

Replica of a cauldron from Sutton Hoo

Provenance: , England
Dates from: VIIin

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Celtic Hanging Bowl from Sutton Hoo

Celtic hanging bowl from Sutton Hoo. Made of bronze, this bowl was one of three that hung from tripods in the owner's Great Hall. It was filled with wine or water, either for drinking or to wash one's fingers after eating. A bronze fish decorates the bottom of the bowl.

Provenance: Sutton Hoo, England
Dates from: VIIin

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Chartres Cathedral

Provenance: Chartres, France
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Chartres Cathedral

Provenance: Chartres, France
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Chartres Cathedral: Biblical Character

Provenance: Chartres, France
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Chartres Cathedral: Figures from Royal Portal

Provenance: Chartres, France
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Chartres Cathedral: Figures from Royal Portal

Provenance: Chartres, France
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Chartres Cathedral: Figures from Royal Portal

Provenance: Chartres, France
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Chartres Cathedral: John the Baptist

Provenance: Chartres, France
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Chartres Cathedral: Last Judgement from Royal Portal

Provenance: Chartres, France
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Chartres Cathedral: Last Judgement from Royal Portal

Provenance: Chartres, France
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Chartres Cathedral: Left Tower

Provenance: Chartres, France
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Chartres Cathedral: Royal Portal

Provenance: Chartres, France
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Chartres Cathedral: South Portal

Provenance: Chartres, France
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Chartres Cathedral: South Portal

Provenance: Chartres, France
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Chartres Cathedral: Virgin in Majesty from Royal Portal

Provenance: Chartres, France
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Cloisonne Detail of a Shoulder Clasp from Sutton Hoo

The center panel detail of a shoulder clasp at Sutton Hoo shows the intricate metalwork of Cloisonne. Cloisonne is an ancient metalworking technique that creates very fine, detailed pattern of metal cells and metal inlay. In creating cloisonne, first the artist shapes the metal into a wire pattern. From there, glass crushed into powder is painted into the wire cells in a water-based paste. Firing ovens fuse together the separate parts of the art object.

Provenance: Sutton Hoo, England
Dates from: VIIin

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Coffin lid

A fractured stone slab serving as the lid for a tomb.

Provenance: Durham, England
Dates from: X

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Coffin lid

A coffin lid.

Provenance: Durham, England
Dates from: X

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Coffin reliquary of St. Cuthbert

A diagram showing the locations of decorations on the reliquary containing the remains of St. Cuthbert.

Provenance: Durham, England
Dates from: VIIex

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Columns from the Temple of Jupiter in Baalbek

These six Corinthian columns formed part of the Temple of Jupiter in Baalbek of eastern Lebanon (sometimes known as Heliopolis). The temple was constructed in the first century BC, and had the largest columns in the Roman world.

Provenance: Baalbeck, Lebanon
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Coptic Bowl Found at Sutton Hoo

This large, undecorated bowl, found at Sutton Hoo, is made of bronze and has two opposing handles. The term "Coptic" refers to the fact that this bowl was made in Egypt.

Provenance: Sutton Hoo, England
Dates from: VIIin

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Cross from S. Cuthbert's tomb, cross from Wilton pendant

Two gold and garnet crosses from the Durham cathedral treasury

Provenance: Durham, England
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Cross Portion

Cross portion depicting an eagle standing over a man.

Provenance: Durham, England
Dates from: X

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Cross Portion

Damaged large stone cross

Provenance: Durham, England
Dates from: X

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Cross Portion

Damaged cross appearing to depict a person putting their head on another person's lap - possibly the Pieta (Mary with the crucified Jesus).

Provenance: Durham, England
Dates from: X

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Cross Portion

Cross fragment depicting Christ on the cross

Provenance: Durham, England
Dates from: X

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Cross Portion

Damaged cross.

Provenance: Durham, England
Dates from: X

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Cross Portion

Stone cross with an image of the lamb of God (Jesus Christ) in the center.

Provenance: Durham, England
Dates from: X

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Cross Portion

Cross carved out of a larger stone; the top portion is missing

Provenance: Durham, England
Dates from: X

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Cross Portion

cross shaft, carvings are unclear

Provenance: Durham, England
Dates from: X

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Cross Portion

another cross shaft whose markings are not clear

Provenance: Durham, England
Dates from: X

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Cross Portion or fragment

a bird has been carved on this stone fragment

Provenance: Durham, England
Dates from: X

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Cross with Lamb in Center

Another cross shaft, this one appearing to depict an angelic figure looking down on the lamb of God (Jesus Christ) with the cross behind him.

Provenance: Durham, England
Dates from: X

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Cross-head with ornament

Wooller, Northumberland, Part of a cross-head with a crude incised ornament Located in the Monk's Dormitory.

Provenance: Durham, England
Dates from: X

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Cross-shaft portion

Portion of a cross-shaft found on the site where St. Cuthbert died

Provenance: Durham, England
Dates from: X

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Crucifix

An intact stone crucifix showing Christ.

Provenance: Durham, England
Dates from: X

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Cuddlestone Bowl

A blue glass vase. Blue was a very popular color during the time period.

Provenance: Kent, England
Dates from: VIIin