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18.08.09 à 14:09:43
 
Ce motif, extrêmement simple à réaliser, existe partout dans le monde depuis des centaines (milliers ? ) d'années.
Il a été exploité par un nabot à moustache, mais il faut refuser qu'il soit confisqué et cantonné à ce stupide symbole.
Tout le monde a le droit de l'utiliser car il existait bien avant les nazis.

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Dalle funéraire de Robert de Chouzay
Description :
1ère moitié du 14e siècle ; provenance : Paris, église saint-Benoît
Paris, musée de Cluny - musée national du Moyen-Age



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obj 20635295:
1301/1600, Manipel, Halberstadt, Dom und Domschatz Halberstadt, 353


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Reply #1 - 25.04.13 à 13:07:41
 
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Accession Number:50.141
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Accession Number:09.50.1263
Date:    14th–15th century
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Reply #2 - 28.04.13 à 21:57:22
 
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Reply #3 - 28.04.13 à 22:44:31
 
merci Smiley
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Reply #4 - 29.04.13 à 22:02:54
 
De rien.
Après avoir lu ça, j'avais commencé à broder sur mon baudrier de cuir ce genre de motif, mais devant la réticence de pas mal d'orgas face aux sens moderne du symbole, plus la peur (justifiée ou non) des imbéciles néonazis, j'ai réduit à une sowastika de laine sur le dos..
Idem pour les items proposés à la manipulation au public: les ocelles, ça passe mieux Wink
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Reply #5 - 30.04.13 à 09:13:06
 
Fourni par Goudalpédia^^ 

Roger van der Weyden, les 7 sacrements
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Reply #6 - 13.05.13 à 09:36:54
 
Dalmatique de Göss (Goess en typo anglaise)
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Ce n'est pas tissé dans la masse, mais c'est brodé de soie sur lin
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Accession Number:09.50.940
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Reply #8 - 27.04.14 à 09:41:45
 
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Buckle, 500s
Ostrogothic(?), Migration period, 6th century
bronze, Overall - h:6.10 w:4.95 cm (h:2 3/8 w:1 15/16 inches). Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund 1930.229
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Reply #9 - 25.08.14 à 08:58:00
 
Objet n° 130 (broche).
130. Northwich, Cheshire: copper-alloy brooch
(PAS: LVPL-F52FB5)
Date: Roman (c. AD 190–c. 260).
Discovery: Found by John Watts while metal-detecting
in 2005, and recorded by Frances McIntosh (Cheshire,
Greater Manchester and Merseyside FLO) in 2007.
Description: A complete copper-alloy brooch in the
form of a swastika with its arms turned to the right.
The pin is hinged and mounted between two pierced
lugs and has seized due to corrosion. The extended
catch-plate is in the same plane as the bottom edge of
the brooch and has a slot cut for the pin. Dimensions:
26 x 24.5 x 3mm. Weight: 12.5g.
Discussion: Swastika brooches, or Hakenkreuzfibel,
are not common in Britain, but are found along the
Rhine-Danube frontier. A swastika brooch, but with
a sprung pin, is known from Derby (Mackreth 1985:
297, no. 39, fig. 129) and a similar example is known
from Syria (Hattatt 1987: 222, no. 1145, fig. 70). The
swastika, or crux grammatica (a cross formed from four
Greek capital gamma characters), was widely used long
before the Christian period, possibly in pagan religious
contexts. It did however continue in use into the early
Christian period as a veiled symbol of the Cross (Hattat
1987: 222).
Deposition: Returned to finde
http://finds.org.uk/documents/treasurereports/2007.pdf
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In the center a large swastika formed of purple loops on a field of natural colored loops.

This is a textile from Egypt. It is dated 4th–5th century and we acquired it in 1902. Gift of John Pierpont Morgan.

Its medium is

    medium: warp; s-spun linen. wefts; s-spun linen, s-spun wool technique: supplementary weft loops in plain weave foundation

Its dimensions are

    H x W: 46 x 59.7 cm (18 1/8 x 23 1/2 in.)

This object was donated by John Pierpont Morgan
    Accession Number 1902-1-20
    Object ID 18130409
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Reply #11 - 11.02.16 à 12:08:43
 
Je joins cette image d'un filet, il me semble que ce n'est pas le même que celui présenté début de page.

Apparemment daté de la première moitié du XIV ème

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Reply #12 - 11.02.16 à 14:00:14
 
plf wrote on 11.02.16 à 12:08:43:
Je joins cette image d'un filet, il me semble que ce n'est pas le même que celui présenté début de page.

Apparemment daté de la première moitié du XIV ème

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Nishapur Slip Painted Bowl - AMD.48
Origin: Central Asia
Circa: 900 AD to 1000 AD
Dimensions: 3.9" (9.9cm) high x 8.6" (21.8cm) wide
Collection: Islamic Art
Style: Nishapur Ware
Medium: Buff Earthenware
Description
The first indigenous Muslim dynasty to rule Iran following the Arab conquest, the Samanid Dynasty was founded in 819 A.D. by Saman- Khuda, a Persian vassal of the Abbasid Empire. However, not until the reign of Saman-Khuda’s great-grandson, Ismail I (892-907 A.D.), did Samanid power become extensive, eventually spreading outside of Iran and into Central Asia. The coins of the Samanids were used throughout North Asia, revealing their enormous influence on the region. Today, the Samanid Dynasty is renown as a time of cultural flourishing, especially in regards to the arts of poetry and pottery. The capital of Bukhara was also one of the cultural centers of the empire, along with the cities of Samarkand and Nishapur. Perhaps their most important influence on Islamic art was the Samanid innovation of slip painting that allowed for more refined, controlled glazed decorations on terracotta vessels and tiles. The Samanid Dynasty was a period of nationalism, where the Persian people regained power from the hands of foreign invaders. While Samanid power gradually waned throughout the 10th century in response to the rise of Turkic power in Central Asia and Afghanistan, during their rule the foundations of a native Iranian Islamic culture were firmly established.
This exquisite and intriguing bowl falls under the type also known as “Samanid Pottery” since the genre was manufactured predominantly during the Samanid period (204/819 – 395/1005) and within the borders of the Samanid realm, mainly in Nishapur and Samarkand. The nomenclature of “Slip Painted” refers to the ground slip on which the painted decoration was applied, and to the fact that the pigments used to illustrate the decorative elements also had an added slip. The advantage was that the colors were not apt to run when fired under the clear lead glaze. The vessels were invariably made of red or buff earthenware as is this magnificent example.

The characteristics of the most unusual drawing and the delicacy of the hand which brought this zoomorphic creature to life is comparable to the finest calligraphic splendor this genre of pottery (or any other for that matter) has to offer. Even more unusual is the so called “swastika” drawn beneath the creature’s head, as if it is about to bend down and swallow it.

The earliest consistent use of swastika motifs in archaeological records date from the Neolithic period. In antiquity, the swastika was used extensively by the Indo-Iranians, Hittites, Celts and Greeks where it was found on relics unearthed at the site of Troy.

The symbol was found on a number of Elamite shards in the Khuzestan province of Iran evidencing that for thousands of years, it has been used in ancient Iranian culture, and one necklace with swastika motifs at the National Museum of Iran was excavated from Kaluraz, Guilan, and dates back to the 1st millennium BC. Its significance was as a symbol of the revolving sun (Garduneh-e Khorshid), Mithra's Wheel (Garduneh-e Mehr), fire, infinity, or continuing recreation. The oldest representation of this motif was dated back to 5000 BC. The 8th Century AD Masjide Jomeh mosque in Isfahan, Iran and the Taynal Mosque in Tripoli, Lebanon built in 1336 both have swastika motifs. The symbol occurs sometimes as a geometrical motif and sometimes as a religious symbol. - (AMD.48)


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