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Full-Text Articles in Ancient, Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque Art and Architecture

The Medieval Pottery, Camilla Mackay Jan 2018

The Medieval Pottery, Camilla Mackay

Library Staff Research and Scholarship

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Review: Paolo De Matteis: Neapolitan Painting And Cultural History In Baroque Europe By Livio Pestilli, David Cast Jan 2014

Review: Paolo De Matteis: Neapolitan Painting And Cultural History In Baroque Europe By Livio Pestilli, David Cast

History of Art Faculty Research and Scholarship

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Encounter: Leonard Boyle, O.P., Dale Kinney Jan 2013

Encounter: Leonard Boyle, O.P., Dale Kinney

History of Art Faculty Research and Scholarship

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Book Review: The Lupa Romana: An Antique Monument Falls From Her Pedestal, Dale Kinney Jan 2013

Book Review: The Lupa Romana: An Antique Monument Falls From Her Pedestal, Dale Kinney

History of Art Faculty Research and Scholarship

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Spoliation In Medieval Rome, Dale Kinney Jan 2013

Spoliation In Medieval Rome, Dale Kinney

History of Art Faculty Research and Scholarship

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Romanità A Roma: Le Basiliche Del Xii Secolo Fra Tradizioni E Innovazioni, Dale Kinney Jan 2012

Romanità A Roma: Le Basiliche Del Xii Secolo Fra Tradizioni E Innovazioni, Dale Kinney

History of Art Faculty Research and Scholarship

The “Romanness” (romanitas) of the cathedral portico in Civita Castellana is obvious, but within Rome the criteria of “Romanness” are not so clear. This article takes the architecture of twelfth-century churches as a case in point. Scholars generally agree that romanitas is retrospective and evocative of local tradition, but many of the signature features of these churches – bell towers, marble cloisters, Ionic trabeated porches, marble altar ciboria, paschal candlestands, the “schola cantorum” – were eleventh- or twelfth-century innovations, some- times imported from elsewhere. It is proposed that these features were “invented traditions” as defined by Eric Hobsbawm, which create a “factitious ...


The Discourse Of Columns, Dale Kinney Jan 2011

The Discourse Of Columns, Dale Kinney

History of Art Faculty Research and Scholarship

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Meaningful Mingling: Classicizing Imagery And Islamicizing Script In A Byzantine Bowl, Alicia Walker Jan 2008

Meaningful Mingling: Classicizing Imagery And Islamicizing Script In A Byzantine Bowl, Alicia Walker

History of Art Faculty Research and Scholarship

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Bearers Of Meaning, Dale Kinney Jan 2007

Bearers Of Meaning, Dale Kinney

History of Art Faculty Research and Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Protomaiolica In Frankish Athens, In Mark Lawall Et Al., "Notes From The Tins: Research In The Stoa Of Attalos, Summer 1999", Camilla Mackay Jan 2001

Protomaiolica In Frankish Athens, In Mark Lawall Et Al., "Notes From The Tins: Research In The Stoa Of Attalos, Summer 1999", Camilla Mackay

Library Staff Research and Scholarship

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The Iconography Of The Ivory Diptych Nicomachorum-Symmachorum, Dale Kinney Jan 1994

The Iconography Of The Ivory Diptych Nicomachorum-Symmachorum, Dale Kinney

History of Art Faculty Research and Scholarship

No abstract provided.