Convivium 2022, roč. 9, č. Supplementum 1

Název čísla
Royal nunneries at the center of medieval Europe art, architecture, aesthetics (13th–14th centuries)
Rok vydání
2336-3452 (print)
2336-808X (online)
  • Edited by Klára Benešovská, Tanja Michalsky, Daniela Rywiková, Elisabetta Scirocco with the collaboration of Zuzana Frantová
  • This supplementary issue was published thanks to the financial support of the Czech Academy of Sciences and the Bibliotheca Hertziana – Max Planck Institute for Art History.
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10-19 Royal nunneries at the center of medieval Europe : art, architecture, aesthetics (13th–14th centuries) Michalsky, Tanja; Rywiková, Daniela; Scirocco, Elisabetta | pdf icon
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[22]-[37] The architecture of Poor Clares' nunnery in Stary Sącz : early fourteenth-century artistic relations between Lesser Poland and Upper Rhineland Adamski, Jakub; Pajor, Piotr | pdf icon
[38]-[55] Networking for eternal salvation? : Agnes of Habsburg, Queen of Hungary and co-founder of Königsfelden Marti, Susan | pdf icon
[56]-[75] Beyond Naples : fourteenth-century royal widows and their Clarissan foundations in a trans-regional perspective Zöschg, Michaela | pdf icon
[76]-[91] Seeing double in Odivelas : nuns and monks at the Monastery of St Dinis, a royal pantheon in late medieval Portugal Rossi Vairo, Giulia | pdf icon
[92]-[111] Art, architecture, and aesthetics in the baronial convents of medieval Latium Federici, Angelica | pdf icon
[112]-[135] The convent of Poor Clares in Breslau and its medieval furnishings Patała, Agnieszka | pdf icon
[136]-[153] Helisabet filia Stephani regis Ungarorum illustris : image of a saintly nun of the Arpad dynasty as reflected in hagiographic sources Konrád, Eszter | pdf icon
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156-[163] Royal nunneries in Czech lands : their specificity and research perspectives Benešovská, Klára | pdf icon
hidden section Photographic credits
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[164]-165 Photographic credits | pdf icon
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[167] Selected publications of the Centre for Early Medieval Studies, Department of Art History, Masaryk University | pdf icon