2 edition of Alfred jewel found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||NK7308 E37|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||196|
Alfred was king of Wessex. He fought against the Viking invaders and he oversaw a revival of learning and writing in Old English. Alfred was not expected to become king. He was the youngest of the six known children of Æthelwulf, king of the West Saxons (reigned –). As a child, Alfred. The Alfred Jewel: An Historical Essay Language: English: LoC Class: NK: Fine Arts: Decorative and Applied Arts, Decoration and Ornament: Subject: Alfred, King of England, Subject: Great Britain -- History -- Alfred, Subject: Enamel and enameling audio books .
7 Rich and Colorful Intermediate Piano Solos. By Randall Hartsell. Piano Book. This series of music is designed to capture each performer's sparkle, enthusiasm and creativity. The rich sonorities and colorful pedaling reflect the variety of sentiments the jewel titles portray. Includes "Diamond Sparkle," "Fire Opal," "Star Ruby" and more! A representation of the famous Alfred jewel (the Ashmolean museum). It seems to have been one of the precious 'æstels' or staffs that Alfred is recorded as having sent to each bishopric along with a copy of his translation of pope Gregory the great's book on Pastoral care, saying in his preface to the book: "And I will send a copy to every bishop's see in my kingdom, and in each book there.
Skip to main content Skip to footer site New H Alfred Jewel - Greatest Hits P/V/C Book Guitar Center: Shop for Gear Guitar Center: Shop Music Gear. By Randall Hartsell. This series of music is designed to capture each performer's sparkle, enthusiasm and creativity. The rich sonorities and colorful pedaling reflect the variety of sentiments the jewel titles portray. Includes "Diamond Sparkle," "Fire Opal," "Star Ruby" and more!
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King Alfred's Jewel is actually two long epic poems that sweep through themes of a journey undertaken and a jewel unearthed because of it. The book consists of two narrative poems and a dramatic monologue/5(6).
King Alfred's Jewel is actually two long epic poems that sweep through themes of a journey undertaken and a jewel unearthed because of it. The book consists of two narrative poems and a dramatic monologue.
The poems deal with depression and the Dark Night of the Soul, while the dramatic monologue presents deceased outlaws coming back to tell Reviews: 6.
David Hamilton brings together two poems and a dramatic monologue in King Alfred’s Jewel: Poetry of the Imagination and Imaginative Photography. This contemporary, original poetry is inspired by the stories behind outlaw legends, and also takes the reader on a number of spiritual journies/5.
The Alfred Jewel is one of the greatest treasures of the University of Oxford. This handbook describes the Jewel and discusses the many questions it raises, not least whether it was made for King Alfred the Great ().
The Ashmolean Museum also houses many of the objects that belong to the same late Anglo-Saxon period, and they help to set the Jewel in context. Some material in other. The Alfred Jewel is one of the most celebrated objects surviving from Anglo-Saxon England.
Inscribed +ÆFLRED MEC HEHT GEWYRCAN (‘Alfred ordered me to be made’), it was found in at North Petherton, a few miles from King Alfred’s fortress and monastery at Athelney, in Somerset. One significant yet mystical treasure from this era is the Alfred Jewel.
The Alfred Jewel is a 9th-century object that was commissioned by Alfred jewel book Alfred who later used it as a pointer to help with reading the Bible and other religious texts. At the time, these.
Reportedly, King Alfred sent out to each “episcopal see” (the equivalent of a diocese) in his kingdom a copy of Pastoral Care, written by Pope Gregory the Great, along with an aestel–a pointer designed for the reading of manuscripts–of great value, which was to kept with the book and used as a reading ably, the Alfred Jewel was one of these aestels.
The Lindisfarne Gospels, the St Cuthbert Gospel, the Book of Durrow, the Alfred Jewel, the Vespasian Psalter, Beowulf, items from the Staffordshire Hoard, the Domesday Book, these and many other gems are all there in the Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms exhibition at the British Library, from October to February It is an astonishing array of manuscripts and artefacts, and some, like the great bible that Abbot.
The Alfred Jewel is a masterpiece of goldsmith's work formed around a tear-shaped slice of rock crystal. Its inscription: AELFRED MEC HEHT GEWYRCAN – 'Alfred ordered me to be made’ – connects the jewel with King Alfred the Great (r. –) making it among the most significant of royal relics.
Alfred Jewel No other artefact surviving from the Anglo-Saxon era embodies so many rich resonances as the Alfred Jewel. It is a matchless piece of goldsmith's work by a master-craftsman operating under the patronage of the West Saxon court. The jewel dates back to the 9th century, during the reign of Alfred the Great.
The jewel is inscribed with the words “AELFRED MEC HEHT GEWYRCAN", which literally translates to “Alfred ordered me made”. The mystery and the purpose of the jewel has been subject of discussions for decades.
The Alfred Jewel is a rare and magnificent piece of filigreed gold enclosing a tear-shaped slice of clear quartz over a cloisonné* enamel plaque of green and blue. It is about inches long and inches wide, its purpose being to hold a pointer that could be attached to a page of a manuscript and moved down to facilitate reading of the text.
Alfred Jewel: | || | | | ||| | The Jewel viewed from the front World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the. Alfred Jewel, elaborate gold ornament consisting of an enameled plaque with a figure held in place on one side by an engraved design and on the other by a gold fret of Old English words.
The inscription reads, “Aelfred mec heht gewyrcan” (“Alfred ordered me to be made”). The Alfred Jewel - An Historical Essay - Read book online Read online: "The Alfred Jewel" by John Earle. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre.
The Alfred Jewel contains the picture of a man in enamel, framed in golden filigree, glazed with crystal, and backed with a plate of gold curiously engraved; the whole composition plainly dictates which side is to be foremost and which end is to be uppermost when.
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It's the perfect place to escape from reality with a peaceful ambiance. King Alfred’s Jewel is the title poem and draws its inspiration from The Dark Night of the Soul by Roman Catholic mystic Saint John of the Cross.
Using a journey to find the king’s jewel as a guiding theme, the poem is a metaphor for the depression many people feel today and mistakenly try to substitute with unhealthy pastimes.
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Free 2-day shipping. Buy The Alfred Jewel - eBook at. This fascinating archeological treasure is known as “the Alfred Jewel” due to the lettering that runs along its sides. The inscription reads “ Aelfred mec heht gewyrcan,” which translates from Old.A Thousand Words The Alfred Jewel.
by Mary Elizabeth Podles. T he gold, enamel, and crystal ornament known as the Alfred Jewel, standing slightly over inches high, is a dazzling display of Anglo-Saxon workmanship from the late ninth century, a period that we generally consider rather a dark age.
The front of the jewel depicts a half-length figure holding two foliated scepters; he has been. The jewel was found inat North Petherton in Somerset, on land belonging to Sir Thomas Wroth (c.
), only four miles from Athelney, where King Alfred took refuge from the .