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Graphic signs of identity, faith, and power in late antiquity and the early Middle Ages /

Konu Christian art and symbolism Medieval, 500-1500. http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh85025013. Symbolism History To 1500. Graphic arts History To 1500.
ISBN/ISSN 9782503567242 (hardback)
Yıl 2017
Yayıncı Brepols,Turnhout, Belgium :
Yer Numarası(LC) N7850
Fiziksel Özellikler text|2rdacontent. xviii, 392 pages :|billustrations ;|c24 cm.
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245 0 0 Graphic signs of identity, faith, and power in late antiquity and the early Middle Ages /|cedited by Ildar Garipzanov, Caroline Goodson, and Henry Maguire.
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300 xviii, 392 pages :|billustrations ;|c24 cm.
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490 1 Cursor mundi ;|vvolume 27.
504 Includes bibliographical references (pages 378-381) and index.
505 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS:
505 0 0 List of Illustrations, p.vii -- |tIntroduction: Late Antique and Early Medieval Graphic Signs ofIdentity, Faith, and Power ILDAR GARIPZANOV, p.1 -- |gPART I.|tGRAPHIC SIGNS IN MANUSERIPT CULTURE -- |tEarliest Christian Graphic Symbols: Examples and References from the Second/Third Centuries LARRYW. HURTADO, p.25 -- |tMachina sacra: Optatian and the Lettered Art of the Christogram MICHAEL SQYIRE and CHRISTOPHER WHITTON, p.45 -- |tNotitia dignitatum BEAT BRENK, p.109 -- |tEarly Medieval Display Seripts and the Problems of How We See Them DAVID GANZ, p.125 -- |gPART II.|tGRAPHIC SIGNS IN PUBLIC SPACES AND EVERYDAY MATERIAL CULTURE -- |tBlessing or Security? Understanding the Christian Symbols of a Monumental Aqueduet Bridge in the Hinterland of Late Antique Constantinople JAMES CROW, p.147 -- |tCross Graffiti as Physieal Means to Christianize the Classical City: An Exploration of their Funetion, Meaning, Topographieal, and Socio-Historieal Contexts INEJACOBS, p.175 -- |tHow Did Early Byzantine Ornarnent Work? HENRY MAGUIRE, p.223 -- |tChristograms on North African Lamps: Considering Context CAROLINE GOODSON, p.255
505 0 0 |gPART III.|tGRAPHIC SIGNS ON MATERIAL OBJECTS OF STATUS AND AUTHORITY -- |tBetween Amuletie Orrıament and Sign of Authority: Christian Symbols on Mediterranean Dress Aeeessories of the Fourth to Sixth Centuries CHRISTOPH EGER, p.281 -- |tMonograms as Graphie Signs of Authority on Early Medieval Coins (from the Mid-Fifth to Seventh Centuries) ILDAR GARIPZANOV, p.325 -- |tMemory and Meaning: Graphie Sign and Abstract Symbol in Byzantine S ilk Weaving (from the Sixth to Tenrh/Elevench Cerıturies) ANNA MUTHESIUS, p.351 -- Index, p.383
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