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Illustrations of Carolingian (& associated) Costume & SoldiersThe Hornhausen Stone, Germanic or Slavic Cavalryman on a Gravestone, Germany, c.700AD, Landesmuseum für Vorgeschichte, Halle
Fresco of the Crucifixion from Santa Maria Antiqua, 741–52AD, Rome, Italy
A Carolingian Cavalryman in the Gellone Sacramentary, c.790-95, BnF Ms. Lat. 12048, Paris, France
Armies in the Trier Apocalypse, Carolingian, 8th-9th century, folio 63, Stadtbib. Cod. 31
Carved Relief of Huntsmen with Stirrups, Cathedral, Civita Castellana, Italy, 8th or 9th century
Carolingian Huntsmen, abbey St. Peter in Salzburg, c.818. Nationalbibliothek Cod. 1, Vienna.
Carolingian soldiers in the Corbie Psalter, beginning of the 9th century, Northern France
Prudentius' Psychomachia 'Conflict Of The Soul' in Leyden, Universitatsbibliothek, Codex Burmanni Q 3, 9th century
Emperor Constantine at the Council of Nicaea in a compendium of canon law produced in northern Italy c.825 AD
Archer & Javelinman in, folio 15v, the Ebbon Gospels, France, 817-834AD
Carolingian Soldiers in the Stuttgart Psalter, Württembergische Landesbibliothek, Cod.bibl.fol. 23. 1st half 9th century
Utrecht Psalter, Reims, France, second quarter of the ninth century. Utrecht, Rijksuniversiteit Bibliotheek, Hs. 32
King David playing a harp, composing Psalms. Carolingian Psalter. Sens, Abbey of St Remi (?), France, c.842–850AD. Bibliothèque municipale, Angers, MS 18.
9th Century Carolingian Soldiers in the Vivian Bible, 845-851AD. BnF MS Latin 1.
9th Century Carolingian Soldiers in the Lothar Bible, 849-851AD
The Resurrection. Carolingian Ivory Book Cover, Metz, 9th-10th Century. Attached to Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 9390, 10th Century.
Carolingian Ivory Plaque of Soldiers, Triumph of Virtue over Evil, France, 9th century, Bargello
Carolingian Soldiers in the Apocalypse of St Amand or Cambrai Apocalypse, 9th Century, BM Cambrai Ms. 386, France
Carolingian Soldiers in lamellar armour on a Carolingian ivory carving, 9th Century, Cathedral Treasury, Nancy, France
Abner and Joab at the Pool of Gibeon. Carolingian Ivory Panel, 9th century. Louvre, MR 374.
King David. Carolingian Ivory Panel, 9th century. Bargello Museum, Florence, 33 c.
Carolingian Ivory Book Cover of Charles the Bald, France, c.860
Book Cover of Charles the Bald's Psalter. Carolingian Ivory Panels, 842-869AD. Front Cover of Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 1152.
9th Century Carolingian Soldiers in Codex Aureus of St. Emmeram (Saint Emmeram Gospels), c.870AD
9th Century Carolingian Soldiers in the Bible of San Paolo Fuori Le Mura, c.870-880AD
Carolingian Arms and Armor in the Ninth Century, by Simon Coupland
David Composing the Psalms. Carolingian Psalter, Milan, Italy, late-10th century. Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Clm. MS 343, folio 12v.
Abraham & Lot in Prudentius' Psychomachia 'Conflict Of The Soul' in BnF Ms. Latin 8085, France (Reims ?), 870-899AD
Chastity fights Lust in Prudentius' Psychomachia 'Conflict Of The Soul' in BnF Ms. Latin 8085, France (Reims ?), 870-899AD
Wall paintings in the Church of St. Benedict in Mals, South Tyrol, before 881AD
Abraham & Lot in Prudentius' Psychomachia, Northern France: Abbey of Saint-Amand?, c. 890 AD
Tractatus de vitiis et virtutibus Treatise on the vices and the virtues, BnF Ms. Latin 8318, France, 9th century
Carolingian soldiers in The Golden Psalter of St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 22, c.883-888 and 890-900
'Chastity & Lust' in Prudentius' Psychomachia, Bern, Burgerbibliothek, Cod. 264, Lake Constance, c.900AD
Archangel Michael Killing a Dragon. Carolingian Ivory Panel, c.800AD. Grassi Museum, Leipzig, 1953.50.
Ottonian Soldiers on the Ivory Diptych in the Cathedral Treasury, Milan, Italy, 9th-10th Centuries.
The Leiden I Maccabees manuscript, Germany, second half of 9th–early 10th century. Codex Per F 17.
Soldiers & Crucifixion. Carolingian Ivory Casket, c.900AD, Tournai, Belgium. Bode Museum, Germany.
Soldiers at the Sepulchre on an Ivory Plaque, early 10th century, Milan, Italy. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York 1993.19
Ivory Book-Cover of Women and Soldiers at the Sepulchre, St. Gallen, 10th century, Victoria and Albert Museum
Holy Women and Sleeping Guards at the Sepulchre. f.68v, Homilary of Paulus Diaconus, St. Gall, Switzerland, 10th century. Unibib Basel, Ms B IV 26.
Prudentius’ Psychomachia ‘Conflict Of The Soul’. Brussels, Bibliotheque royale, Ms. 10066-77, 10th century.
Book Cover, David Composing the Psalms, Louvre MR373. Carolingian Ivory Panel
Soldiers in an Ottonian Manuscript - The Fulda Sacramentary, c. 975AD. Göttingen, Niedersächsische Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Cod. Theol. 231
Basilewsky Situla, Soldiers at the Sepulchre, Ottonian Milan, Italy, c.980AD, Victoria and Albert Museum
Carolingian Soldier with Kite Shield in the ornate letter at the start of Deuteronomy, Northern France, 976-1000AD. Bibliothèque nationale de France, Latin 46.
David and Goliath portrayed as Carolingian Soldiers. Psalter, Stavelot, Southern Netherlands, c.980-1007AD. f64v, British Library Add MS 1804.
French Costume & Soldiers in constellations, c.1000. Bibliothèque Municipale, Dijon - ms. 448.
Gospel Book of Otto III, German, c.1000AD. Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Munich.
A Carolingian banner in the Psalter of St. Bertin, Northern France, c. 1000 AD. BM. Boulogne Ms. 20
Stories from the Life of David. Ottonian Ivory Panel, Germany, c.1000AD. Sigmaringen, Fürstliche Sammlung. In Goldschmidt plate LVIII-135.
The Emperor Receives a Battle-Standard from a Bishop, Milan, Northern Italy, between 998 and 1018
Ottonians on the Elfenbeinsitula, Lotharingia, c.1000 or c.1024AD, in the Cathedral of Aachen
Ottonian Soldiers in Codex Aureus of Echternach, 1030-1050AD, Germanisches Nationalmuseum in Nuremberg, Germany
Warrior Christ on the Châsse de St. Hadelin, 1046 AD, Church of St. Martin, Visé, Belgium
'Abraham & Lot' in Prudentius' Psychomachia, manuscript Lyon, Bibliotheque du Palais des Arts, Ms. 22, 11th century
'Patience & Anger' in Prudentius' Psychomachia, manuscript Lyon, Bibliotheque du Palais des Arts, Ms. 22, 11th century
Commentary on the Apocalypse by Beatus of Liébana, Saint-Sever, Southwestern France, 1028-1072AD. Bibliothèque nationale de France, Latin 8878
Holy Women and Sleeping Soldiers at the Sepulchre. p.169, Sacramentary, St. Gallen, Switzerland, c. 1070AD. Stiftsbibliothek Ms Cod. Sang. 341.
Holy Women and Sleeping Soldiers at the Sepulchre. p.417, Sacramentary, St. Gallen, Switzerland, ¾ 11th century. Stiftsbibliothek Ms Cod. Sang. 340.