- Author:Rowena Loverance
- Publisher:Harvard University Press (October 3, 1988)
- Pages:72 pages
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Series: British Museum Paperbacks.
Byzantium Rowena Loverance Metin Parçacığı görünümü - 2004. Byzantium British Museum Paperbacks Series. Byzantium Rowena Loverance Metin Parçacığı görünümü - 2004. Sık kullanılan terimler ve kelime öbekleri.
330, to its capture by the Ottoman Turks in 1453. The author draws on the British Museum's extremely rich collections to illustrate the story - including spectacular Byzantine silver, ivories, jewellery and icons, as well as pieces from the empire's neighbours and enemies from Persia, Asia Minor and Western Europe.
Published July 30, 2004 by Harvard University Press.
by. Loverance, Rowena. British Museum, Byzantine antiquities. Harvard University Press. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china.
Rowena Loverance draws extensively on the vast international collections of the British Museum, with its remarkable examples of. .
Rowena Loverance draws extensively on the vast international collections of the British Museum, with its remarkable examples of Christian art in the fourth-century Roman empire, the meeting of Eastern and Western art during the Crusades, Christian missionary art and its reception in sixteenth-century Africa, India, and Japan, and twentieth-century Christian popular art from Latin America and Oceania.
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Harvard University Press. In this introduction to the history of Byzantium, from the fourth to the fourteenth century, Rowena Loverance draws on the British Museum's rich collections of spectacular Byzantine silver, ivories, jewelry, and icons, as well as pieces from the empire's Persian and Germanic neighbors. Many of the outstanding political and religious events, and the personalities behind them, are reflected in the art of the period.
ISBN 10: 0714150177 ISBN 13: 9780714150178. Publisher: British Museum Press, 1988. This introduction to Byzantium tells the history of its rise to power and prominence followed by fluctuating periods of flowering, collapse and resurgence.