Work Record Linked to Concept Authority [Figure 22]

Work Record

Class [controlled] manuscripts • European art
*Work Type [link] sacramentary • illuminated manuscript
*Title Sacramentary | Title Type: preferred
*Creator display illuminated by unknown German active in Mainz or Fulda, binding by unknown Mosan artist
*Role [link]: illuminator | Extent [controlled]: illuminations | [link]: unknown German
*Role [link]: artist | Extent [controlled]: binding | [link]: unknown Mosan
*Creation Date illuminated in 2nd quarter of 11th century, binding from 12th century, with later additions
[controlled]: Qualifier: illuminations; Earliest: 1025; Latest: 1060 | Qualifier: binding; Earliest: 1100; Latest: 1199
*Subject [links to authorities] Extent: overall; Terms: service book • sacramentary • prayers • Mass | Extent: cover;
Terms: Christ in Majesty • Ascension
Culture [link] Ottonian
*Current Location [link] J. Paul Getty Museum (Los Angeles, California, United States) | IDs: MS. LUDWIG V 2; 83.MF.77
Creation Location display binding: Mainz or Fulda (in modern Germany); illuminations: Mosan region (in modern Belgium)
Creation Locations [links] Fulda (Hessen, Germany) • Mainz (Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany) • Mosan (Europe) • Liège Province (Belgium)
*Measurements 179 leaves; text block: 26.6 x 19.1 cm (10 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches); text area: 17 x 13 cm (6 3/4 x 5 1/8 inches); oak covers: 27.3 x 19.8 cm (10 3/4 x 7 7/8 inches)
[controlled]: Extent: leaf; Value: 26.6; Unit: cm; Type: height | Value: 19.1; Unit: cm; Type: width ||
Extent: text area; Value: 17; Unit: cm; Type: height | Value: 13; Unit: cm; Type: width ||
Extent: cover; Value: 27.3; Unit: cm; Type: height | Value: 19.8; Unit: cm; Type: width
*Materials and Techniques tempera colors, gold, silver, and ink on parchment, with hammered and engraved binding of copper gilt, silver, brass, and niello
Extent: illuminations; Material [link]: tempera • ink • parchment | Extent: binding; Material [link]: gilt silver • brass • oak | Technique [link]: niello
Description Although the Ottonian book was written and illuminated in Germany, the binding was produced in Mosan, a region in present-day Belgium noted for medieval metalwork and enamel traditions.
Description Source [link] J. Paul Getty Museum online. http://www.getty.edu (accessed February 10, 2004).
 

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Concept Authority Record

*Term Ottonian (preferred)
*Note Refers to the period, style, and culture
associated with the rule of the Ottonian
emperors (919-1024) and Salian rulers Conrad
II and Henry III, through most of the 11th
century. The style is an amalgam of elements
including the ideals of the Carolingian art, a
renewed interest in Early Christian art, and the
influence of contemporary Byzantine art.
*Hierarchical position [link] Styles and Periods Facet
.... Styles and Periods
........... European
................... Medieval
......................... Ottonian
*Source [link] Art & Architecture Thesaurus
(1988-).
 

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CREDIT: The J. Paul Getty
Museum (Los Angeles, California). Illuminated by unknown German active in
Mainz or Fulda, binding by unknown Mosan artist; Christ in Majesty (cover),
and The Ascension (illumination), from Sacramentary; illuminated 2nd quarter
of 11th century, binding from 12th century, with later additions; oak boards
covered in red silk fitted with hammered and engraved silver and copper
(cover); tempera colors and gold on parchment (illumination), 26.6 x 19.1 cm,
text area 17 x 13 cm, oak covers 27.3 x 19.8 cm; Ms. Ludwig V2, 83.MF.77.20,
(illumination), fol. 23 recto and 83.MF.77. cover. © The J. Paul Getty Trust.