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  • Grace Flemming Calderón

    Merovingian art - Artes del metal. Tesoro de Gourdon. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

  • Sharyn F

    The Treasure of Gourdon – France discovered in 1845, is a hoard of gold. When it was found the hoard comprised a chalice (shown), a rectangular paten, similarly applied with garnets and turquoises in cloisonné compartments, together with about a hundred gold coins dating from the reigns of Byzantine emperors Leo I (457-474) through that of Justin I (518-527).

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    A gold chalice from the Treasure of Gourdon || Calice du Trésor_de_Gourdon BNF, Cabinet des médailles_Trésor découvert près de Gourdon (Saône-et-Loire), en 1845. Or, turquoise et grenats, fin du Ve-début du VIe siècle.

  • Noelle Van Sickle

    Gold chalice, with garnet and turquoise, from the The Treasure of Gourdon, unearthed near Gourdon, Saône-et-Loire, in 1845 This was a hoard of gold with coins dating from the reigns of Byzantine emperors Leo I (457–474) through that of Justin I (518–527). which was probably secreted soon after 524. The Merovingian king Clovis I converted to Christianity in 496; the chalice and paten might be called early Merovingian or late Gallo-Roman.

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