Art, faith and place in East Anglia : from prehistory to the present
Chapter 1. Introduction: On Faith, objects and locality -- Chapter 2. But where is Norfolk? -- Chapter 3. Sacred image and regional identity in late-prehistoric Norfolk -- Chapter 4. Piety from the ploughsoil: religion in Roman Norfolk through recent metal-detector finds -- Chapter 5. Paganism in ea...
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Art, Faith and Place in East Anglia|
Rezensiert in: Art, faith and place in East Anglia. From prehistory to the present. Edited by T. A. Heslop, Elizabeth Mellings and Margit Thøfner. Pp. xvi + 352 incl. 109 figs + 17 colour plates. Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2012. £45. 978 1 84383 744 2
|Author Notes:||T.A. Heslop, Elizabeth Mellings, Margit Thøfner|
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|Summary:||Chapter 1. Introduction: On Faith, objects and locality -- Chapter 2. But where is Norfolk? -- Chapter 3. Sacred image and regional identity in late-prehistoric Norfolk -- Chapter 4. Piety from the ploughsoil: religion in Roman Norfolk through recent metal-detector finds -- Chapter 5. Paganism in early-Anglo-Saxon East Anglia -- Chapter 6. Devotion, pestilence and conflict: the Medieval wall paintings of St Mary The Virgin, Lakenheath -- Chapter 7. 'Here be dragons': the cult of St Margaret of Antioch and strategies for survival.|
Chapter 14. Provinciality and the Victorians: church design in nineteenth-century East Anglia -- Chapter 15. Maharajah Duleep Singh, Elveden and Sikh Pilgrimage -- Chapter 16. Supernatural folklore and the popular imagination: re-reading object and locality in mid-nineteenth-century Norfolk -- Chapter 17. 'Pro Patria Mori': Christian rallies and war memorials of early-twentieth-century Norfolk -- Chapter 18. Pagans in place, from Stonehenge to Seahenge: 'Sacred' archeological monuments and artifacts in Britain -- Chapter 19. Art, spirit and ancient places in Norfolk.
Chapter 20. Sacred sites and blessed objects: art and religion in contemporary Norfolk -- Bibliography -- Index.
Chapter 8. The Medieval Jews of Norwich and their legacy -- Chapter 9. Late-Medieval glass-painting in Norfolk: developments in iconography and craft c.1250-1540 -- Chapter 10. Graffiti and devotion in three maritime churches -- Chapter 11. Norfolk wayside crosses: biographies of landscape and place -- Chapter 12. Landscapes of faith and politics in early-modern Norwich -- Chapter 13. Practice and belief: manifestations of witchcraft, magic and paganism in East Anglia from the seventeenth century to the present day.
An investigation into the manifestations of religious art in East Anglia and how they are connected to and inspired by their locations
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