The Gero Cross or Gero Crucifix ("Gero-Kreuz" in German), of around 965–970,
is the oldest large sculpture of the crucified Christ north of the Alps, and has ...
This monumental wooden crucifix was donated by Archbishop Gero (d.976). It
originally stood at the centre of the old cathedral at the archbishop's grave.
Sep 12, 2014 ... The Gero Crucifix, thought to have been carved sometime around A.D. 970, is the
oldest surviving crucifix of its kind produced north of the Alps.
The Gero Crucifix, carved oak corpus (with contemporary nimbus and stem),
before 986 ... The wooden “Gero Crucifix” (about 73.6 inches [187 centimetres]
Dec 3, 2010 ... I'm trying to resolve an issue regarding the Crucifix of Gero (c. 970, Cologne
Cathedral, shown left). The most recent editions of Gardner's Art ...
Gero Crucifix from the Cologne Cathedral, Germany. c. 970. cavetocanvas ·
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Jun 5, 2013 ... 4.1 Shrine of the Three Kings; 4.2 Gero Crucifix; 4.3 Milan Madonna; 4.4
Treasure Chamber; 4.5 Gallery of Ancient Art; 4.6 Bells; 4.7 Organs.
976) has often been compared to this engraving, but the Gero Crucifix is a far
more powerful image and perhaps the most seminal wood-carving of the
The Gero Cross (Gero-Kreuz), near the sacristy, is the oldest surviving
monumental crucifix north of the Alps. Carved in 976 in a style ahead of its time,
Gero Cross (976). The Gero Cross (Gero-Kreuz), in a chapel off the north aisle, is
the oldest surviving monumental crucifix north of the Alps. Carved in 976 in a ...