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Image and Inscription in the Painterly Manuscripts From Ottonian Cologne

  title={Image and Inscription in the Painterly Manuscripts From Ottonian Cologne},
  author={joshua o'driscoll},
Focusing on a small number of richly illuminated manuscripts produced in Cologne around the year 1000—and known to scholars since the early twentieth century as the so-called "painterly" group of manuscripts—this dissertation takes the close study of a well-defined group of objects as the starting point for an examination of issues central to broader histories of medieval art. A diptych-like pairing of miniatures with inscriptions, each of which is given a full page, constitutes a… 


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