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Syrian, Palaiologan, and Gothic Murals in the ‘Nestorian’ Church of Famagusta

Bacci, Michele

In: Δελτίον της χριστιανικής αρχαιολογικής εταιρείας, 2006, vol. 27, p. 207-220

The present paper deals with the mural decoration of the 14th century church of Agios Georgios Exorinos in Famagusta, Cyprus, traditionally considered to be a Nestorian-rite church. The remaining frescoes bear Syriac inscriptions and are characterized by a distinctive juxtaposition of Arab Christian, Byzantine Palaiologan, and Italianate Gothic features. They can be considered to be the work of...

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Identity Markers in the Art of Fourteenth-Century Famagusta

Bacci, Michele

In: The Harbour of all this Sea and Realm. Crusader to Venetian Famagusta, 2014, p. 145-158

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Иконография святителя Николая. Итоги и перспективы исследований

Bacci, Michele

In: Добрый кормчий. Почитание святителя Николая в христианском мире, 2011, p. 296-317

About the making of the image of Saint Nicholas in the early Byzantine and Medieval period.

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Sacred Narratives, Holy Objects and the Visionary Experience in Late Medieval Italy : [proceedings of the Symposium held on 13 February, 2011]

Bacci, Michele

In: Images and visions in Christian and Buddhist culture, 2012, p. 85-95

The present paper was presented at the conference "Images and Visions in Christian and Buddhist Cultures" held at the University of Tokyo on February 13, 2011. It explores several aspects of the interaction between images, holy sites and visions in Late Medieval Italy, with a special focus on the impact played by standard iconography on the visionaries' religious imagination

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Artisti eretici ed eterodossi a Bisanzio

Bacci, Michele

In: L’artista a Bisanzio e nel mondo cristiano-orientale, proceedings of the international congress held in Pisa, Scuola Normale Superiore, 21-22 novembre 2003, 2007, p. 177-209

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"Ad ipsius Christi effigiem": il Volto Santo come ritratto autentico del Salvatore

Bacci, Michele

In: Il Volto Santo, la Santa Croce di Lucca : $b storia, tradizioni, immagini : atti del convegno, Villa Bottini, 1-3 marzo 2001, 2003, p. 115-130

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L’individu en tant que prototype dans les ex-voto médiévaux

Bacci, Michele

In: Degrés : revue de synthèse à orientation sémiologique, 2011, vol. 145-146, p. 1-14

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Historical and archaeological analysis of the Church of the Nativity

Bacci, Michele ; Bianchi, Giovanna ; Campana, Stefano ; Fichera, Giuseppe

In: Journal of Cultural Heritage, 2012, vol. 13, p. 5-26

The team has considered the special status of the Basilica of Bethlehem, which is not just a monument of outstanding historic and artistic importance, but also and fundamentally a holy place, that has long been and is still perceived as a memorial site, marking the place of Christ’s birth and transcribing into a sacred topography the main events of the Gospel narratives. Because of such a...

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Le hochet d'Archytas: un jouet pour grandir.

Dasen, Véronique

In: Annales de Bretagne, 2017, vol. 124, no. 3, p. 89-107

Aristote attribue à Archytas de Tarente l'invention du hochet. La découverte ne concerne cependant pas l'objet, mais le concept qui détermine son usage. Elle prend tout son sens à la lumière de la dimension éducative de la musique prônée par le pythagoricien et ses contemporains. Loin d'être un simple objet ludique, « le hochet d'Archytas » participe pleinement au processus de «...

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The Holy Name of Jesus in Venetian-Ruled Crete

Bacci, Michele

In: Convivum, 2014, vol. 1, p. 190-205

Focusing on Andreas Ritzos' icon with the monogram IHS in Athens, this article offers insights about the role played by the monogram on Crete and points out that the particular solution shown in Ritzos' image is not in keeping with St. Bernardine's "icon" of the Holy Name of Jesus and indicates an association with the symbolism of the holy host.