The rich and diverse visual heritage of Northern Yorkshire in the pre-Conquest period is revealed in this major addition to the much-admired Corpus series.The isolated animal within a square panel is a notable feature of the Allertonshire workshop (Chap. ... 408) have been shown by Bailey (1978b, 180a1) to have been constructed from the same template that was used to construct ... reserved for narrative or symbolic scenes. ... Forcett area there are examples of tightly coiled snakes, for instance Forcett 1, Melsonby 4 and Stanwick 4 (Ills. 251, 652, 765).
|Title||:||Corpus of Anglo-Saxon Stone Sculpture in England: Northern Yorkshire|
|Publisher||:||British Academy - 2002-10-10|