Studies in Byzantine manuscript illumination and iconography [Hardback]

Ioannis Spatharakis (Author)

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ISBN: 9780907132868 | Published by: Pindar Press | Year of Publication: 1996 | Language: English 390p, 185 illus




Studies in Byzantine manuscript illumination and iconography

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A collection of Ioannis Spatharkis' influential papers, some published here for the first time, on illuminated manuscripts from the era of Iconoclasm and the Macedonian Renaissance in the 8th and 9th centuries through to the Palaeogian period in the 14th and 15th centuries. Other papers examine iconographical themes and the wall paintings of Crete.

Table of Contents

Preface;
The Portraits and the Date of the Cod. Par. Gr. 510;
A Note on the Imperial Portraits and the Date of Par. Gr. 510;
Three Portraits of the Early Comnenian Period;
Portrait Falsifications in Byzantine Illuminated MSS;
An Unusual Iconographic Type of the Seated Evangelist;
Two Greek Evangelist Portraits from the Ninth Century in Sofia and their Importance in Byzantine and Carolingian Art;
The Date of the Illustrations of the Psalter Dionysiu 65;
An Illuminated Manuscript of 1175 from Crete;
An Illuminated MS. from the Nicean Era;
An Illuminated Greek Grammar MS. in Jerusalem;
Some Observations on the Ptolemy MS. Vat. Gr. 1291;
Observations on a Few Illuminations in Pseudo-Oppian's Cynegetica MS. at Venice;
The Working Methods of the Artist of Pseudo-Oppian's Cynegetica;
The Proskynesis in Byzantine Art. A Study in Connection with a Nomisma of Andronicus II Palaeologus;
The Influence of the Lithos on the Development of the Iconography of the Threnos;
An Exceptional Representation of the Supper at Emmaus;
Representations of the Great Entrance in Crete;
Additional Notes;
Index.

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