The marvellous and the monstrous in the sculpture of twelfth-century Europe /
Representations of monsters and the monstrous are common in medieval art and architecture, from the grotesques in the borders of illuminated manuscripts to the symbol of the "green man", widespread in churches and cathedrals. These mysterious depictions are frequently interpreted as embody...
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|Woodbridge, United Kingdom : Boydell Press, 2013.
|Boydell studies in medieval art and architecture.
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