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Item Number: 147188
Title: Perceptions of the Body and Sacred Space in Late Antiquity and Byzantium
Author: Bogdanovic, Jelena (ed)
Record created on 10/30/17
Description: London: Routledge, 2018. 24cm., hardcover, 239pp. illus.
Contents: 1. Images of Invisible Beauty in the Aesthetic Cosmology of Dionysius the Areopagite, Filip Ivanovic. 2. Monumental Icons and Their Bodies in Early Christian Rome and Byzantium, Maria Lidova. 3. Imperial Bodies and Sacred Space? Imperial family images between monumental decoration and space definition in Late Antiquity and Byzantium, Maria Cristina Carile. 4. The Influence of Icons on the Perception of Living Holy Persons, Katherine Marsengill. 5. Delivering the Sacred - Representing Translatio on the Trier Ivory, Ljubomir Milanovic. 6. Bodies in Motion - Visualizing Trinitarian Space in the Albenga Baptistery, Nathan S. Dennis. 7. A Mobile Dialogue of an Immobile Saint - St. Symeon the Younger, Divine Liturgy, and the Architectural Setting, Ayse Belgin-Henry. 8. Framing Glorious Spaces in the Monastery of Hosios Loukas, Jelena Bogdanovic. Conclusions. Iconic Perception and Noetic Contemplation of the Sacred, Jelena Bogdanovic with Katherine Marsengill.
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