Byzantium - thesis ideas

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MS 2660, Jerusalem, Armenian patriarchate ,Armenian Manuscript (1262), fol. 228  dual rulers - beautiful textiles

MS 2660, Jerusalem, Armenian patriarchate ,Armenian Manuscript (1262), fol. 228 dual rulers - beautiful textiles

Apse New Church Tokali Kilise bizar choice of iconograpie interesting function image-narrative/text? link 'province'-centre?

Apse New Church Tokali Kilise bizar choice of iconograpie interesting function image-narrative/text? link 'province'-centre?

old church Tokali Kilise strips used to form narrative -> unique or common?

old church Tokali Kilise strips used to form narrative -> unique or common?

fresco procession - of Akathistos hymn  pictures of procession -> why? movement church? + again interesting textiles

fresco procession - of Akathistos hymn pictures of procession -> why? movement church? + again interesting textiles

portraits of King Levon III, Queen Keran, and their children. Jerusalem, Armenian Patriarchate 2563 - 1272, fol. 380 -> witnessing Deesis(+ iconography of pentecost/transfiguration?) -> not a strictly a narrative scene, but still witnessing divine

portraits of King Levon III, Queen Keran, and their children. Jerusalem, Armenian Patriarchate 2563 - 1272, fol. 380 -> witnessing Deesis(+ iconography of pentecost/transfiguration?) -> not a strictly a narrative scene, but still witnessing divine

doge Andrea Dandolo in 14th century crucifixion lunette mosaic San Marco, baptistery 'anchoring the scene on either side are figures that speak to the order of the Venetian system: the grand chancellor, representing the citizen class and, like the doge, appointed for life; at the opposite end, the young noble ... We have no doubt as to what Dandolo sees: divine order clearly and graphically set forth in the cupola overhead'  (Pincus in San Marco, Byzantium, and the Myths of Venice 2010)

doge Andrea Dandolo in 14th century crucifixion lunette mosaic San Marco, baptistery 'anchoring the scene on either side are figures that speak to the order of the Venetian system: the grand chancellor, representing the citizen class and, like the doge, appointed for life; at the opposite end, the young noble ... We have no doubt as to what Dandolo sees: divine order clearly and graphically set forth in the cupola overhead' (Pincus in San Marco, Byzantium, and the Myths of Venice 2010)

byzantine, first half of 14th century with western 15th century additions (Faith & Power cat, p. 252) Icons in 15th century Flanders -> reception, appropriation and influence

byzantine, first half of 14th century with western 15th century additions (Faith & Power cat, p. 252) Icons in 15th century Flanders -> reception, appropriation and influence

1259-82 textile martyrs of St Lawrence, gift of Michael VII to ask Genoese aid against turks

1259-82 textile martyrs of St Lawrence, gift of Michael VII to ask Genoese aid against turks

Jerusalem, Armenian patriarchate MS 1973, fol. 380 Queen Marjun donor image in christological scene -> trend 14th century of donor images in religious scenes, or isolated examples?

Jerusalem, Armenian patriarchate MS 1973, fol. 380 Queen Marjun donor image in christological scene -> trend 14th century of donor images in religious scenes, or isolated examples?

Aghtamar church of Holy Cross, Armenia, exterior donor emperor/king -> funny textile

Aghtamar church of Holy Cross, Armenia, exterior donor emperor/king -> funny textile


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