Jonas Lau Markussen

Style II D

The Anatomy of Germanic Art





The Anatomy of Style II D



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  • Ribbon animals with elongated bodies and extremely stylized features.
  • Lesser animals composing the bodies of larger animals (A, D).
  • Mammals, typically carnivores (A, B, C, D).
  • Birds (D).



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