File:Couronnement d'un prince - Sacramentaire de Charles le Chauve Lat1141 f2v.jpg

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Français : Couronnement d'un prince : autrefois identifié à Charlemagne. Aujourd'hui identifié généralement plutôt à Charles le Chauve entouré des papes Gélase et Grégoire Ier, première miniature du sacramentaire de Charles le Chauve.
English: Coronation of a prince : formerly identified with Charlemagne. Now, Art historians generaly identify him with Charles the bald with Popes Gelasisus I. and Gregory I. from the sacramentary of Charles the bald
Deutsch: Krönung eines Prinzen einmal identifiziert Charlemagne. Jetzt, Karl dem Kahlen mit den Päpsten Gelasius und Gregor I. aus dem Sakramentar von Karl dem Kahlen
Date circa 870
Medium illumination on parchment
Dimensions Height: 27 cm (10.6 ″); Width: 21 cm (8.2 ″)
dimensions QS:P2048,27U174728;P2049,21U174728
institution QS:P195,Q193563
Current location
Département des Manuscrits
Accession number
Latin 1141, fol. 2v
References Marie-Pierre Laffitte et Charlotte Denoël, Trésors carolingiens : Livres manuscrits de Charlemagne à Charles le Chauve, Bibliothèque nationale de France / Seuil / Volumen, 2007, 240 p. (ISBN 978-2-7177-2377-9)
Source/Photographer gallica

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08:03, 5 September 2005Thumbnail for version as of 08:03, 5 September 20051,166 × 1,540 (1.35 MB)GDK (talk | contribs)Karl I. der Große (Charles the great, Charlemagne, Carolus Magnus) with Popes Gelasisus I. and Gregory I. from the sacramentary of Charles the bald (ca. 870) (identified: ) fol. 2v * Karl der Große mit de
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