Detail of the top of the right leaf - Diptych in the Cathedral Treasury, Milan|
Detail of the bottom of the left leaf - Diptych in the Cathedral Treasury, Milan|
Milan diptych of the 9th-10th Centuries.
1st leaf: The washing of the feet /Christ led away as Pilate washes his hands /Judas returns the money and Judas hanging / the Roman guard at the Tomb (a two-story rotunda).
2nd leaf: a fleeing soldier as the angel tells the myrrh-bearers about the resurrection / the resurrection of Christ to the two Marys / the appearance to the eleven apostles / the assurance of Thomas.
Diptyque latin du IXe siècle - Ivoire et argent Madeleine et Pascal
Latin Diptych of the 9th century - Ivory and silver
La siguiente obra es una tapa del Evangelio “Historia de la vida de Jesús”, obra de un maestro anónimo, corresponde con el arte bizantinos, esta datado en el siglo X, realizado siguiendo las técnicas miniaturistas. blogitaliasemanasanta2
The next work is a cover of the Gospel "History of the life of Jesus", the work of an anonymous master, corresponds to Byzantine art, is dated to the tenth century, made following the miniaturist techniques.
Referenced by Carolingian Arms and Armor in the Ninth Century By Simon Coupland
Most of these features can be observed on the helmets in the Stuttgart Psalter, although the neckguard is less pronounced, and the band displaced from the center of the forehead.48 The same helmet type is also portrayed in the Bible of San Paolo fuori le Mura,49 and in several of the decorated Bibles from the Tours scriptorium.50 Similar helmets can also be seen in the Utrecht Psalter51 and the Bern Psychomachia, 52 and on ivories such as a worn tablet now in the Louvre53 and a diptych in Milan.54