A0321
 
A0321
Главная / Personalia
 
Personal Data
Title Knight
Dating 1415?
Location Turku
Type of the object Carving
Provenance was most likely made in Turku and donated by Magnus Tavast, Bishop of Turku, to the Church in Nousiainen
Place of exposition church, Nousiainen, Finland
Date of manufacturing 1415-1420
um 1420
Artist  
Comments

Carvings from the cenotaph of St. Henry.
1415-1420, Finland/Sweden.
The cenotaph was most likely made in Turku and donated by Magnus Tavast, Bishop of Turku, to the Church in Nousiainen.

(Link)
(Link)
Heinrich von Uppsala
Glaubensbote in Finnland, Bischof (von Uppsala ?), Martyrer
* um 1110 (?) in England (?)
† 20. Januar um 1156 oder 1160 bei Koylio in Finnland
Panel auf seinem Grab, um 1420: Heinrich bekampft (hinten) und tauft (vorne) die Finnen
Henriks Verehrung war besonders im 13. Jahrhundert verbreitet, v. a. durch stark ausgeschmuckte Legenden. Gebeine wurden zunachst nach Nousiainen und dann um 1294 in den neu errichteten Dom in Abo - dem heutigen Turku - gebracht, wo er in einem um 1429 gestalteten Kenotaph verehrt wird

(Link)
Henry's (empty) sarcophagus in the church of Nousiainen with depictions of the crusade.
the bishop's grave seems to have been traced to Nousiainen latest after his elevation to sainthood. A number of medieval documents mention that the bishop's grave continued to be located in the local church, presumably meaning that all the bones had not been translated to Turku. The church was later adorned with a grandiose 15th century cenotaph, whose replica can be found in the National Museum of Finland in Helsinki.

(Link)
Medieval church in Nousiainen
The church was built between in 1420-1430. Inside of the church there is cenotaph of St. Henry from the year 1429. Cenotaph is a monument without human remains. The cenotaph with its bronze plaques is unique in Finland.

(Link)
Сент - Генри саркофаг является Nousiaisten Церковь расположена епископ Генри кенотафом памяти груди. Гроб, подаренный Мауну Тавастом, был изготовлен около 1415–1420 годов.
Саркофаг из темного известняка , вероятно, имеет фламандское происхождение и украшен гравированными латунными пластинами . Гравюры на пластинах изображают жизнь Хенрика и его чудеса. Исторический материал изображений, вероятно, происходит из Финляндии, хотя изображения и люди на них представляют международный стиль.

Images
Вверх страницы