DOI:​10.1080/00043079.1994.10786611
Corpus ID: 191534885
Cross-Cultural Interpretations of Imagery in the Middle Ages
Barbara Zeitler
Published 1994
History

Art Bulletin
The encounter between Byzantium and the medieval West forms the basis for this investigation of the cross-cultural perception of imagery. How did Byzantine viewers perceive Western medieval images… Expand
View Via Publisher
Share This Paper




12 Citations
12 Citations
Cross-Cultural Reception in the Absence of Texts: The Islamic Appropriation of a Middle Byzantine Rosette Casket
Alicia Walker
Art
Gesta

2008
The reception of art and architecture in the Middle Ages is typically studied through the verbal accounts of medieval viewers. This paper explores possibilities for interpreting artistic reception in… Expand
Reading Romanesque Sculpture: The Iconography and Reception of the South Portal Sculpture at Santiago de Compostela
K. Mathews
Art
Gesta

2000
Although recent scholarship and reception theory have demonstrated the importance of audience in the actualization of meaning in images and texts, more concerted attention is necessary to understand… Expand
9 Citations
Was the East Latin?
Avital Heyman
2021
The concept that cultures are neither pure nor immutable but diverse and flexible is not a new one. Cultural hybridity reflects the effort to retain a sense of balance among traditions, beliefs,… Expand
Contextualising Choices: Islamicate Elements in European Arts
Vera Beyer, Isabelle Dolezalek
Art
2012
Perched high up on a ladder, the nineteenth-century scholar Charles Drury Edward Fortnum found to his irritation that the blue ceramic bacino he was about to detach from its centuries-old setting in… Expand
Local and Imported: Conjunctions of Mediterranean Forms in Romanesque Aragón
M. González, P. Eileen
History
2009
1 The date of foundation has at times appeared as 1183. While a document of foundation exists for 1184, the later date of 1188 is likely the moment when construction was underway and the monastery… Expand
1 Citation
Transnational mobility and European belonging : a demos without an ethnos?
George Begos
Psychology
2008
We are presently witnessing a global environment deN elop in %N hich domestic and international spaces are becoming increasingly conjoined. This occurs as increased movement of people underscores the… Expand
Reframing the lands of Rum: Architecture and style in eastern Anatolia, 1240--1320
Patricia Blessing
Geography
2012
iii Acknowledgements viii Note on Transliteration and Dates xii List of Figures xiii List of Maps xx
2 Citations
PDF
Variations on a Persian Theme: Adaptation and Innovation in Early Manuscripts from Golconda
Laura Weinstein
Art
2011
Variations on a Persian Theme: Adaptation and Innovation in Early Manuscripts from Golconda
4 Citations
The Little Metropolis: Religion, Politics, & Spolia
Paul A. Brazinski
History
2011
vii
Epigram, Art, and Devotion in Later Byzantium
I. Drpić
Art
2016
8 Citations
...
1
2
...
References
SHOWING 1-3 OF 3 REFERENCES
Anastasis: The Making of an Image
A. Kartsonis
History
1986
71 Citations
Das illuminierte Buch in der spätbyzantinischen Gesellschaft
H. Belting
Art
1970
4 Citations
4. B. D. Filov. Les miniatures de la chronique de Manassès à la Bibliothèque du Vatican (Cod. Vat. Slav. II) (Codices e Vaticanis selecti, vol. XVII)
J. Ébersolt
Art
1931
2 Citations
Related Papers
Living on the Byzantine Borders of Western Art
R. S. Nelson
History
Gesta

1996
In general surveys of art history in current use, Byzantine art has been separated from Western Medieval art by several ...
12 Citations
The Medieval Climate Anomaly and Byzantium: A review of the evidence on climatic fluctuations, economic performance and societal change
E. Xoplaki, D. Fleitmann, +6 authors A. Izdebski
History
2016
Abstract At the beginning of the Medieval Climate Anomaly, in the ninth and tenth century, the medieval eastern Roman em...
63 Citations
Show More
2/10
Abstract
12 Citations
3 References
Related Papers
Stay Connected With Semantic Scholar
What Is Semantic Scholar?
Semantic Scholar is a free, AI-powered research tool for scientific literature, based at the Allen Institute for AI.
Learn More
About
About Us
Publishers
Beta Program
Contact
Research
Team
Datasets
Open Corpus
Supp.ai
Resources
Librarians
Tutorials
FAQ
API
Proudly built by AI2
Terms of ServicePrivacy Policy
By clicking accept or continuing to use the site, you agree to the terms outlined in our Privacy Policy, Terms of Service, and Dataset License
ACCEPT & CONTINUE