Time in the Medieval World: Occupations of the Months and Signs of the Zodiac in the Index of Christian Art

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The third in a series of source books thematically arranged, this volume is a resource for the study of time as represented by the signs of the zodiac and occupations of the months, which are documented in the comprehensive files of the Index of Christian Art at Princeton University. The works of art catalogued here range in date from the ninth to the sixteenth century and include nearly all of the eighteen media represented in the Index, including frescoes, stained glass, ivories, manuscripts, metalworks, mosaics, paintings, sculpture, and textiles. Each entry gives concise information on the object's current location, date, medium, and primary subject.

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"We are conscious of the effort needed to publish the volume and the amount of information contained in it for the benefit of the reader. For this reason, we must congratulate the editor and encourage him to continue this valuable and irreplaceable collection."--Manuel Antonio Castineiras Gonzalez, The Medieval Review (TMR)

"Through this accessible and attractive volume, we are brought closer to appreciating the variety and creativity with which medieval artists represented the passing of the year."--Elizabeth I. Wade-Sirabian, Journal of English and Germanic Philology

We are conscious of the effort needed to publish the volume and the amount of information contained in it for the benefit of the reader. For this reason, we must congratulate the editor and encourage him to continue this valuable and irreplaceable collection. Manuel Antonio Castineiras Gonzalez, The Medieval Review (TMR)"

Through this accessible and attractive volume, we are brought closer to appreciating the variety and creativity with which medieval artists represented the passing of the year. Elizabeth I. Wade-Sirabian, Journal of English and Germanic Philology"

"Through this accessible and attractive volume, we are brought closer to appreciating the variety and creativity with which medieval artists represented the passing of the year."

--Elizabeth I. Wade-Sirabian, Journal of English and Germanic Philology

"We are conscious of the effort needed to publish the volume and the amount of information contained in it for the benefit of the reader. For this reason, we must congratulate the editor and encourage him to continue this valuable and irreplaceable collection."

--Manuel Antonio Castineiras Gonzalez, The Medieval Review (TMR)

"Although this volume is lavishly illustrated, it is a functional rather than a glossy production. It catalogues the hundreds of representations of the occupations of the months and signs of the zodiac-in a variety of media- found in Princeton's Index of Christian Art. It is intended as a guide to using that huge resource for themed research. It represents an enormous undertaking and will doubtless be of great use to art historians and others seeking to explore how medieval people marked and imagined the passage of the year."

--Kathleen Neal, Parergon

Through this accessible and attractive volume, we are brought closer to appreciating the variety and creativity with which medieval artists represented the passing of the year.

Elizabeth I. Wade-Sirabian, Journal of English and Germanic Philology"

We are conscious of the effort needed to publish the volume and the amount of information contained in it for the benefit of the reader. For this reason, we must congratulate the editor and encourage him to continue this valuable and irreplaceable collection.

Manuel Antonio Castineiras Gonzalez, The Medieval Review (TMR)"

Although this volume is lavishly illustrated, it is a functional rather than a glossy production. It catalogues the hundreds of representations of the occupations of the months and signs of the zodiac in a variety of media found in Princeton s Index of Christian Art. It is intended as a guide to using that huge resource for themed research. It represents an enormous undertaking and will doubtless be of great use to art historians and others seeking to explore how medieval people marked and imagined the passage of the year.

Kathleen Neal, Parergon"

About the Author:

Colum Hourihane is Director of the Index of Christian Art, Princeton. His most recent publication is The Processional Cross in Late Medieval England: The Dallye Cross (2005).

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