Historische Bestecke III: Von der Frühzeit bis in die Zeit um 1600 by Jochen AmmeHistorische Bestecke III: Von der Frühzeit bis in die Zeit um 1600 by Jochen Amme

Historische Bestecke III: Von der Frühzeit bis in die Zeit um 1600

byJochen Amme

Hardcover | June 16, 2012

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A fascinating overview over the entire Amme Collection of historic cutlery. With this publication, Jochen Amme proves once again his comprehensive knowledge at the highest scientific level Impressive photographs show the objects in their full splendour In 2002, Arnoldsche published the volume Historic Cutlery: Changing Shapes from the Palaeolithic to the 20th Century, the first compilation of the renowned Amme Collection. In 2007 the comprehensive supplementary volume Historic Cutlery II followed. This publication completes the series: Historic Cutlery III: From the Early Period until around 1600. Using a synoptic and fundamentally new concept of presentation, the author provides a fascinating overview of his entire collection. The astounding diversity of forms, especially of knives from the late Middle Ages, is presented in this overview for the first time in an impressive and artistic arrangement, with full-page colour plates. The Hamburg photographer Helge Mundt succeeded in taking brilliant photos, showing the objects in their full splendour.
Title:Historische Bestecke III: Von der Frühzeit bis in die Zeit um 1600Format:HardcoverDimensions:300 pages, 12.86 × 9.78 × 1.07 inPublished:June 16, 2012Publisher:Arnoldsche Verlagsanstalt GmbHLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3897902540

ISBN - 13:9783897902541

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Table of Contents

Contents I. Stone Age, Metal Ages, Roman Empire II. Early and High Middle Ages, Late Middle Ages III. Early Modern Age IV. Appendix: New Acquisitions in the 17th/18th and 20th/21st Centuries