Convivium 2021, roč. 8, č. Supplementum 1

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Název čísla
Georgia as a bridge between cultures : dynamics of artistic exchange
Rok
2021
Rok vydání
2021
ISSN
2336-3452 (print)
2336-808X (online)
ISBN
978-80-210-9888-6
978-80-210-9889-3
978-80-210-9710-0
Poznámka
  • Edited by Manuela Studer-Karlen, Natalia Chitishvili, Thomas Kaffenberger with the collaboration of Klára Doležalová
  • This supplementary issue was carried out thanks to the financial support of the University of Fribourg.
  • The volume has been carried out as part of the project "Cultural Interactions in the Medieval Subcaucasian Region: Historiographical and Art-Historical Perspectives" (gf21-01706l).
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11-17 Georgia as a bridge between cultures : dynamics of artistic exchange Studer-Karlen, Manuela | pdf icon
Historiographical prologue
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[18]-25 Belting before Belting : from Moscow, to Constantinople, and to Georgia Foletti, Ivan | pdf icon
[26]-[41] The painter Manuel Eugenikos from Constantinople, in Georgia Belting, Hans | pdf icon
Articles
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[44]-63 The Khakhuli dome decoration : eschatological and historical contexts Gedevanishvili, Ekaterine | pdf icon
[64]-89 Liturgy and architecture : Constantinopolitan rite and changes in the architectural planning of Georgian Churches Giviashvili, Irene | pdf icon
[90]-115 Altars in medieval Georgian churches : preliminary notes on their arrangement, decoration, and the rite of consecration Chitishvili, Natalia | pdf icon
[116]-137 Liminal spaces of memory, devotion and feasting? : porch-chapels in eleventh-century Georgia Kaffenberger, Thomas | pdf icon
[138]-167 The monastery of the Transfiguration in Zarzma : at the intersection of biblical narration and liturgical relevance Studer-Karlen, Manuela | pdf icon
[168]-187 The Last Judgment in medieval Georgian art (tenth–thirteenth centuries) Mamasakhlisi, Irma | pdf icon
hidden section Photographic credits
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[188]-189 Photographic credits | pdf icon
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[190] Selected publications of the Centre for Early Medieval Studies, Department of Art History, Masaryk University | pdf icon