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ninth century Byzantine marginal psalters Moscow Historical Museum Cod. 129; Mt. Athos, Pantokrator 6/1; Paris, Bibliothe que Nationale GR.20 by Kathleen Anne Corrigan

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Published by University Microfilms International in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English

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Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of California, Los Angeles, 1984.

StatementKathleen Anne Corrigan.
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Anti-Jewish Polemics In Ninth-Century Byzantine Marginal Psalters Jewish Scribes And Christian Illuminators Interstitial Encounters And Cultural Negotiation The Scales In The Leipzig Mahzor Penance And Eschatology In Early Fourteenth-Century GermanyAuthor: Emma Maayan-Fanar.   The book is the first in a Western European language to present the results of the excavation of Byzantine Cherson (7thth centuries) in the Crimea. It offers a comprehensive study of the topography of the city, its material culture, everyday life, architecture, craft production, and religious : Emma Maayan-Fanar. This is an illuminated marginal Psalter dating back to the middle of the 9th Century. It is one of the only three psalters to have survived the 9th Century, and the Iconoclasm. The miniatures were probably created in secret, and were meant to criticize the Iconoclasts. It is embellished by illuminations in the wide margins surrounding the text. Chludov Psalter (Moscow, Hist. Mus. MS. D) is an illuminated marginal Psalter made in the middle of the 9th Century. It is a unique monument of Byzantine art at the time of the Iconoclasm, one of only three illuminated Byzantine Psalters to survive from the 9th century.

The mid 9 th-century Khludov Psalter belongs to a group of Byzantine Psalters known as Marginal Psalters. These books were designed with particularly ample margins to position illustrations as close as possible to the verse that inspired them. Ch. Walter, Christological Themes in the Byzantine Marginal Psalters from the Ninth to the Eleventh Century. — The author, continuing a study begun by J.J. Tikkanen, attempts to identify the literary parallels for the Christological themes used to illustrate Psalm verses in the marginal by: 5. Ninth-Century Byzantine Psalters, Cambridge , –). L. Brubaker attributed it to the capital, on the basis of stylistic similarities that she had observed in the miniatures of the Sacra Parallela and in some images of the Paris Homilies of Gregory of Nazianzus (L. Brubaker, Vision and Meaning in Ninth-Сentury Byzantium. REB 45 France p. , 4 pl. Ch. Walter, "Latter-day" Saints and the Image of Christ in the Ninth-century Byzantine Marginal Psalters. — The article begins with a repertory of these saints. The events in their Lives which made them relevant to the Iconophile cause are indicated. Then the central function of the image of Christ in the illustrative programme of these psalters Cited by: 2.

  Byzantine art in the ninth century: theory, practice, and culture*. Despite the massive amount of scholarly literature on Iconoclasm and its aftermath, there are really only two major publications that deal specifically and synthetically with ninth-century by: 8. The Byzantines used imagery to communicate a wide range of issues. In the context of Iconoclasm - the debate about the legitimacy of religious art conducted between c. AD and - Byzantine authors themselves claimed that visual images could express certain ideas better than words. Vision and Meaning in Ninth-Century Byzantium deals with how such . Non-illuminated psalters written in Coptic include some of the earliest surviving codices (bound books) altogether; the earliest Coptic psalter predates the earliest Western (Irish) one by more than a century. The Mudil Psalter, the oldest complete Coptic psalter, dates to the 5th century. elements, the case is presented for supposing that the extant psalters depend on a lost model, illuminated in Palestine in the late eighth century. Citer ce document / Cite this document: Walter Christopher. «Latter-day» Saints and the Image of Christ in the Ninth-century Byzantine Marginal Psalters. In: Revue.