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Rome across time and space : cultural transmission and the exchange of ideas c. 500-1400

Author: Claudia Bolgia; Rosamond McKitterick; John Osborne
Publisher: New York : Cambridge University Press, 2011.
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"Medieval Rome was uniquely important, both as a physical city and as an idea with immense cultural capital, encapsulating the legacy of the ancient Empire, the glorious world of the martyrs and the triumph of Christian faith. Rome Across Time and Space explores these twin dimensions of 'place' and 'idea' and analyses Rome's role in the transmission of culture throughout the Middle Ages. Ranging widely over liturgy,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Claudia Bolgia; Rosamond McKitterick; John Osborne
ISBN: 9780521192170 052119217X
OCLC Number: 694172157
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xx, 351 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction: Rome across time and space, c.500-1400: cultural transmission and the exchange of ideas / Claudia Bolgia; Part I. Roman Texts and Roman History: 1. Roman texts and Roman history in the early middle ages / Rosamond McKitterick; 2. Monuments and histories: ideas and images of antiquity in some descriptions of Rome / Maurizio Campanelli; 3. Rome, reservoir of ancient texts? / Michael Reeve --
Part II. The Translation of the 'Roman' Liturgy North of the Alps: 4. The periphery rethinks the centre: inculturation, 'Roman' liturgy and the Ruthwell Cross / Eamonn O Carragain; 5. The liturgy of the 'Roman' office in England from the conversion to the conquest / Jesse D. Billett; 6. The Romanization of the Frankish liturgy: ideal, reality, and the rhetoric of reform / Yitzhak Hen --
Part III. Architectural Inspiration and Sculptural Models Within and Without Rome: 7. Building more romano in Francia during the third quarter of the eighth century: the abbey church of Saint-Denis and its model / Judson J. Emerick; 8. Reception and renovation of Early Christian churches in Rome, c.1050-1300 / Sible de Blaauw; 9. Giudizio sul Mille: Rome, Montecassino, S. Vincenzo al Volturno, and the beginnings of Romanesque / John Mitchell; 10. The discourse of columns / Dale Kinney; Part IV. Cultural Exchanges: 11. Design and decoration: re-visualizing Rome in Anglo-Saxon sculpture / Jane Hawkes; 12. Rome and Constantinople in the ninth century / John Osborne; 13. Antiquity, Rome, and Florence: coinage and transmissions across time and space / William R. Day, Jr --
Part V. Patrons, Artists and Ideas on the Move: 14. French patrons abroad and at home: 1260-1300 / Julian Gardner; 15. Art-historical reflections on the fall of the Colonna, 1297 / Paul Binski; 16. Exports to Padua Trecento style: Altichiero's Roman legacy / Louise Bourdua --
Part VI. Roman and Papal Jurisdictions: 17. A new Rome in a small place? Imitation and re-creation in the Patrimony of St Peter / Brenda Bolton; 18. Appealing to Rome (and Avignon) before the Black Death: ecclesiastical disputes and church patronage in medieval Tuscany / George Dameron.
Responsibility: Claudia Bolgia, Rosamond McKitterick, John Osborne.

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