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O sudbini spomenika Grguru Ninskome nakon 1929. godine


Prijatelj Pavičić, Ivana
O sudbini spomenika Grguru Ninskome nakon 1929. godine // Ivo Tartaglia: političar i intelektualac / Jakir, Aleksandar ; Buljan, Marijan (ur.).
Split: Književni krug Split, 2016. str. 280-308


Naslov
O sudbini spomenika Grguru Ninskome nakon 1929. godine
(On the Fate of Split Statue of Gregory of Nin after 1929)

Autori
Prijatelj Pavičić, Ivana

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
Ivo Tartaglia: političar i intelektualac

Urednik/ci
Jakir, Aleksandar ; Buljan, Marijan

Izdavač
Književni krug Split

Grad
Split

Godina
2016

Raspon stranica
280-308

ISBN
978-953-163-432-8

Ključne riječi
Spomenik Grguru Ninskom ; Ivan Meštrović ; odluka o smještanju spomenika ispred Zlatnih vrata u Splitu ; Ivo Tartaglia ; Cvito Fisković ; Tršćanska kriza
(Gregory of Nin's statue in Split ; ivan Meštrović ; Ivo Tartaglia ; Cvito Fisković ; Triese crisis)

Sažetak
Since Ilyrism Croatian national collective identity in historiography and litarature was based on different narrative images of our brave ancestors and their war or epic heroism. One of the then created cultural historiographic myths was that one of medieval Croatian bishop Gregory of Nin (croatian: Grgur Ninski). In time, Gregory of Nin -that in 1985 writes Neven Budak - "lifted up on high pedestal of fighter against Dalmatians Romans and the Roman Pope". Cultural and historical memory that is tied with Gregory of Nin changed in accordance with the change of state ideology. Historians and politicians emphasized in their disourse about Nin Bishop invented motives of his struggle for the Glagolitic alphabet, against Italian or against the Vatican, the South Slavic unity or for Croatian cultural autonomy. The place that bishop of Nin had in the national mythology is reflected in what the small nations serve as a best "pulse" of nationalis: in the public statues. Tere are three statues of Gregory of Nin in Croatia -in Split, Varaždin and Nin. The Gregory of Nin's statue in Split however had an unusual history. It was installed and destroyed, its location had been changed, and the history of its destiny was and still is largely a reflection of political circumstances. This article discusses the destiny of the Gregory of Nin's statue from the time of its installation into the Peristyle of the Diocletian's Palace to its installation in front of the Golden Gate where it stands now. Article researches a previously unknown archive material of the meetings of the Council of Municipal Affairs and the Council for Education, Science and Culture between 1952 and 1954, to discuss the fate of the moment of Gregory of Nin.

Izvorni jezik
Hrvatski

Znanstvena područja
Povijest umjetnosti



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Ustanove
Filozofski fakultet u Splitu

Autor s matičnim brojem:
Ivana Prijatelj-Pavičić, (171125)