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Spolia – relics– sacred space: ways of recreation, transformation and translation


Vicelja, Marina
Spolia – relics– sacred space: ways of recreation, transformation and translation // Jerusalem Elswhere. The German Recension / Kuhnel, Bianca ; Arad, Pnina (ur.).
Jerusalem: Hebrew University, 2014. str. 121-129


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Naslov
Spolia – relics– sacred space: ways of recreation, transformation and translation

Autori
Vicelja, Marina

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
Jerusalem Elswhere. The German Recension

Urednik/ci
Kuhnel, Bianca ; Arad, Pnina

Izdavač
Hebrew University

Grad
Jerusalem

Godina
2014

Raspon stranica
121-129

ISBN
000-000-0000-00

Ključne riječi
holy site, Jerusalem, Early Christian art, spolia

Sažetak
Translations of „holy sites“ to Europe is closely connected to the larger concept of spolia, not only in its material sense, but also symbolic and metaphorical. Taking of an object and incorporating it in another setting was a mean of empowering and consecrating a new site. As a survival of classical antiquity practice the use of spolia continued in medieval and modern Europe. Relics are also a form of spolia, a special use of miraculous objects or objects for remembrance. To recreate a copy of a holy site, again, embodies the idea of invocation of the memory of an individual or an act. These activities are meant to create multiple connections with the past and with the invisible in interpretatio christiana.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Povijest umjetnosti



POVEZANOST RADA


Projekti:
009-0000000-3434 - Srednjovjekovna skulptura i slikarstvo Hrvatskog primorja (Vicelja-Matijašić, Marina, MZOS ) ( CroRIS)

Ustanove:
Filozofski fakultet, Rijeka


Citiraj ovu publikaciju:

Vicelja, Marina
Spolia – relics– sacred space: ways of recreation, transformation and translation // Jerusalem Elswhere. The German Recension / Kuhnel, Bianca ; Arad, Pnina (ur.).
Jerusalem: Hebrew University, 2014. str. 121-129
Vicelja, M. (2014) Spolia – relics– sacred space: ways of recreation, transformation and translation. U: Kuhnel, B. & Arad, P. (ur.) Jerusalem Elswhere. The German Recension. Jerusalem, Hebrew University, str. 121-129.
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