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Visual polemics in the ninth-century Byzantine psalters

Kathleen Anne Corrigan

Visual polemics in the ninth-century Byzantine psalters

by Kathleen Anne Corrigan

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge [England], New York, NY, USA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Byzantine Empire
    • Subjects:
    • Psalters -- Byzantine Empire -- Themes, motives.,
    • Illumination of books and manuscripts, Byzantine -- Themes, motives.,
    • Christian art and symbolism -- Medieval, 500-1500.,
    • Politics in art.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 209-222) and indexes.

      StatementKathleen Corrigan.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsND3357.A1 C67 1992
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 323 p. :
      Number of Pages323
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1559199M
      ISBN 100521400503
      LC Control Number91040198

      Visual polemics in the ninth-century Byzantine psalters () Imagery and ideology in Byzantine art () The Aristocratic psalters in Byzantium () Josua-Rolle () 3, 1 () The Iconography of preface and miniature in the Byzantine Gospel book (). The relationship between the various narrative cycles is clearly complex, as the study of the eleventh- and twelfth-century Octateuchs 29 K. Corrigan, Visual Polemics in the Ninth-Century Byzantine Psalters (Cambridge University Press, ). 30 L. Marie`s, `L'irruption des saints dans l'illustration du psautier byzantin', Analecta Bollandiana.

      Kathleen Corrigan, Visual Polemics in the Ninth-Century Byzantine Psalters. Cambridge, Eng.: Cambridge University Press, Larissa Taylor, Soldiers of Christ: Preaching in Late Medieval and Reformation France. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 31 – G.R. Parpulov, “Psalters and Personal Piety in Byzantium,” in The Old Testament in Byzantium, Visual Polemics in the Ninth-Century Byzantine Psalters (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ), Essays on Books, Writing, and Visual Poetics (New York: Granary Books, ),

      Theia graphe: textintervisual discourse and imaginative devotion in the ninth-century Byzantine psalters is a book project that studies three illustrated Byzantine psalters produced around the end of Iconoclasm (the religious, cultural, and political movement of the 8th-9th centuries that condemned the use of religious images in Byzantium and prompted a strong iconophile response with a. OAI identifier: oai:persee:article/rebyz___num_52_1__t1___2.


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Visual Polemics in the Ninth-Century Byzantine Psalters: Iconophile Imagery in Three Ninth-Century Byzantine PsaltersAuthor: Kathleen Corrigan. Visual polemics in the ninth-century Byzantine psalters. [Kathleen Anne Corrigan] -- "Among the first works of art produced after Iconoclasm was defeated inthree Byzantine Marginal Psalters that have survived provide a rare glimpse into the world of scholarship and religious Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript.

Visual Polemics in the Ninth-Century Byzantine Psalters by Corrigan, Kathleen and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at it has been known that the illustrations of the ninth-century Byzantine psalters expressed iconophile beliefs, Corrigan demonstrates this in considerable detail and also indicates a broader program of a general defense of orthodox Christian ity against Judaism, Islam, and the Paulicians.

Kathleen Corrigan, Visual Polemics in the Ninth-Century Byzantine Psalters. — Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 26 X p., including photographs in black and white. Price: £ The author begins her introduction (p.

) with a rapid account of the fortunes of the image of Christ over the Chalke : Christopher Walter. Kathleen Corrigan, Visual Polemics in the Ninth-Century Marginal Psalters (Cambridge, ) Anthony Cutler, The Aristocratic Psalters in Byzantium (Paris, ) Theodore Psalter: Electronic Facsimile (CD ROM), ed.

Barber, Champaign (IL, ). established before the ninth century and therefore may have influenced the post-iconoclastic Psalter 6 Christopher Walter, “Christological Themes in the Byzantine Marginal Psalters from the Ninth to the Eleventh Century,” REB 44 (): ; Kathleen Corrigan, Visual Polemics in the Ninth-Century Byzantine Psalters.

5 As general references cf. KATHLEEN CORRIGAN, Visual Polemics in the Ninth-Century Byzantine Psalters (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ); JEFFREY C. ANDERSON, ‘The Creation of Marginal Psalters’, in Ritual and Art.

Byzantine Essays for Christopher Walter, ed. by PAMELA ARMSTRONG (London: The Pindar Press, ), A conclusion made by K. Corrigan about the produc- tion of the Paris manuscript in Constantinople in the second half of the ninth century is not based on stylistic matters (K.

Corrigan, Visual Polemics in the Ninth-Century Byzantine Psalters, Cambridge–). Robin Cormack, Writing in Gold, Byzantine Society and its Icons,George Philip, London, ISBN Kathleen Corrigan, Visual Polemics in the Ninth-Century Byzantine Psalters (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, ), ISBN Further reading.

Evans, Helen C. & Wixom, William D., The glory of Byzantium: art and culture of the Middle Byzantine era, A.D. Pennsylvania State University Visual Polemics in the Ninth-Century Byzantine Psalters, by Kathleen Corrigan (New York: Cambridge University Press, ).

Image on the Edge. As the title suggests, one purpose is to elucidate the meaning that the manuscript would have had for a ninth-century viewer, an approach followed by Kathleen Corrigan in her discussion of ninth-century Byzantine psalters, Visual Polemics ().

In this respect, the personality and writings of Photios dominate Brubaker's book. ‘Visual polemics’ is part of the title of the book by Corrigan, Visual Polemics in the Ninth-century Byzantine Psalters.

The Barberini Psalter contains five images pertaining directly to the iconoclast controversy, which makes this manuscript stand out among the body of the surviving Marginal Psalters (see Anderson et al. [Rezension von:] Corrigan, Kathleen Anne: Visual polemics in the ninth-century Byzantine psalters.

- Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, by Catherine Brown Tkacz (). Visual Polemics in the Ninth-Century Byzantine Psalters: Iconophile Imagery in Three Ninth-Century Byzantine Psalters 07/20 by Kathleen Corrigan (Author). Fellowship in Byzantine Studies at Dumbarton Oaks, Washington, D.C.

Committee for Byzantine Studies. Books and Monographs: Books: Visual Polemics in the Ninth-Century Byzantine Psalters. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, in Word & Image "Silenus Among The Jews. Anti-Jewish Polemics In Ninth-Century Byzantine Marginal Psalters" published on 01 Jan by Brill.

corrigan, Visual Polemics in the Ninth-Century Byzantine Psalters (Cambridge ). lowden, The Octateuchs: A Study in Byzantine Manuscript Illumination (University Park, Pa). brubaker, Vision and Meaning in Ninth-Century Byzantium.

58 Kathleen Corrigan, Visual Polemics in the Ninth-Century Byzantine Psalters (New York: Cambridge University Press, ), 20–23, – See also Christopher Walter, “Christological Themes in the Byzantine Marginal Psalters from the Ninth to the Eleventh Century,” Revue des Études Byzantines 44 (): – 59 Hahn, Strange.

Москва, ; K. Corrigan, Visual Polemics in the Ninth-Century Byzantine Psalters (Cambridge, ); E. Fanar, “Visiting Hades: A Transformation of the Ninth-Century Byzantine Psalters, ” BZ 99 (), pp 10 J. Anderson, P.

Canart and C. Walter, The Barberini Psalter: Codex Vaticanus Barberinianus graecus. Kathleen Corrigan, Visual Polemics in the Ninth-Century Byzantine Psalters. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, in Word & Image 12 (): Donald Nicol, The Immortal Emperor: The Life and Legend of Constantine Palaiologos.7.

D. M. Olster, Roman Defeat, Christian Response and the Literary Construction of the Jew (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, ); Kathleen Corrigan, Visual Polemics in Ninth-Century Byzantine Psalters (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ).

8. David Pryce-Jones, "The Islamization of Europe?" Commentary, Decemberpp. Cahiers Archéologiques 15 () 39­ 4 On the polemical character of the marginal psalters see K.

Corrigan, Visual polemics in the ninth century Byzantine Psalters. Cambridge Also (with an emphasis on typological and liturgical approach): M. Evangelatou, The illustration of the ninth-century Byzantine marginal psalters: Layers of.