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Seleced illustrations from the

Stuttgart Psalter

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Stuttgart Psalter, f.3v
Stuttgart Psalter, f.5v
Stuttgart Psalter, f.12v
Stuttgart Psalter, f.13
Stuttgart Psalter, f.21v
Stuttgart Psalter, f.46v
Stuttgart Psalter, f.48
Stuttgart Psalter, f.70v
Stuttgart Psalter, f.71v
Stuttgart Psalter, f.90v
Stuttgart Psalter, f.113v
Stuttgart Psalter, f.138
Stuttgart Psalter, f.150v
Stuttgart Psalter, f.158v

RELIGIOUS ICONOGRAPHY
Old Testament

Further details
ARTIST/CREATOR: St-Germain-des-Prés (Paris)
DATE: 1st half 9th century
LOCATION: Stuttgart, Württembergische Landesbibliothek, Cod.bibl.fol. 23

The Stuttgart Psalter portrays what appears to be a helmet with a mail curtain, this seems the most likely interpretation of the “helmum cum hasbergha.” "Carolingian Arms and Armor in the Ninth Century" by Simon Coupland, in Viator: Medieval and Renaissance Studies v.21 (1990)



Referenced by "Carolingian Arms and Armor in the Ninth Century" by Simon Coupland, in Viator: Medieval and Renaissance Studies v.21 (1990)
Other Carolingian Illustrations of Costume and Soldiers
9th Century Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers
Index of Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers