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Scope note

Refers to the period in the Christianized Roman Empire from roughly the fifth to the fifteenth century CE. The variety of styles that developed during this period are generally characterized by an evolution of the Greco-Roman tradition to incorporate Christian themes, the energetic spirit of the Celtic and Germanic peoples, and the thriving new towns populated by free men.

This term has 6,547 records attributed within our system.

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An image of Sceat


Accession Number: CM.509-2016

An image of Medieval


Accession Number: CM.323-2017

An image of Crozier head

St Michael and the Dragon

Accession Number: M.2-1924

An image of Jug


Accession Number: C.17-1991

An image of Aquamanile

Aquamanile in the shape of a Lion

Accession Number: M.15-1917

An image of Medieval


Accession Number: CM.647-2006

An image of Halfpenny


Accession Number: CM.492-2006

An image of Coffin


Accession Number: GR.1.1846

An image of Fragments


Accession Number: CM.599-2010

An image of Half solidus

Half solidus

Accession Number: CM.25-2010

An image of Hack-gold


Accession Number: CM.163-2010

An image of Gaming piece

Gaming piece

Accession Number: CM.574-2010

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