DOI:​10.1177/097194581201500203
Corpus ID: 162165143
Veil and Shroud: Eastern References and Allegoric Functions in the Textile Imagery of a Twelfth-century Gospel Book from Braunschweig
Anna Bücheler
Published 2012
History

The Medieval History Journal
This article discusses two medieval textile-inspired images that evoke the repeat of Eastern silk, and argues that so-called textile-pages in illuminated German manuscripts are not merely a… Expand
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