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    Musical Monuments from Medieval Meath

    Buckley, Ann (2008) Musical Monuments from Medieval Meath. Records of Meath Archaeological and Historical Society, X1X. pp. 23-42.

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    The most common figure representing musical performance in medieval religious iconography is King David, Old Testament prophet, musician, and author of the Psalms. His appearance in Insular art emerged in the eighth century as the scope of the iconographic programme was beginning to widen. At this time Eastern Christian influences were strongest, as witness, for example, the Book of Kells (8thlgth century, which may have been produced on Iona), and Mercian stone sculpture (see Henderson 1986: 101).

    Item Type: Article
    Keywords: Music; monuments; medieval; Meath;
    Academic Unit: Faculty of Arts,Celtic Studies and Philosophy > Music
    Item ID: 970
    Depositing User: Dr. Ann Buckley
    Date Deposited: 24 Apr 2008
    Journal or Publication Title: Records of Meath Archaeological and Historical Society
    Publisher: The Meath Archaeological and Historical Society
    Refereed: Yes

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