Green Man Paperback

by Richard Hayman;

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Green Man

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Green men are figures or heads that were carved in churches, abbeys and cathedrals from the twelfth to the sixteenth centuries. Inspired by the illustrations in book margins where heads were used to terminate trails of foliage, they were usually carved in the form of human masks, cats' or demons' heads. The earliest architectural green men are found in the churches of the wealthy and influential, such as Henry-I's private chapel in Derbyshire but they were still produced in lesser numbers into the nineteenth century. Richard Hayman discusses the origins and definitions of these fascinating figures and traces their many declines and revivals throughout history - a valuable guide for any church history enthusiast.

Green Man by Richard Hayman was published by Shire Publications Ltd in May 2010 and is our 59986th best seller. The ISBN for Green Man is 9780747807841.

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Details for Green Man

Page last updated 19th October 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherShire Publications Ltd (May 2010)
Number of Pages56
Thickness8 mm
Height210 mm
Width149 mm
Product Code2759642
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