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Hungarian Rulers on the Gothic Wall Paintings in the North Croatian


Ratkovčić, Rosana
Hungarian Rulers on the Gothic Wall Paintings in the North Croatian // Between Venice, Hungarian Kingdom and the Habsburgs: State and Religious Iconography and Places of Its Dissemination during the Early Modern Period in Historical Croatian Territories
Zagreb, Hrvatska, 2016. (predavanje, podatak o recenziji nije dostupan, neobjavljeni rad, znanstveni)


Naslov
Hungarian Rulers on the Gothic Wall Paintings in the North Croatian

Autori
Ratkovčić, Rosana

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, neobjavljeni rad, znanstveni

Skup
Between Venice, Hungarian Kingdom and the Habsburgs: State and Religious Iconography and Places of Its Dissemination during the Early Modern Period in Historical Croatian Territories

Mjesto i datum
Zagreb, Hrvatska, 02-03 06 2016

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Predavanje

Vrsta recenzije
Podatak o recenziji nije dostupan

Ključne riječi
Kralj Ladislav, Zagrebačka biskupija, Arpadovići, Anžuvinci, sakristija zagrebačke katedrale, kapela sv. Petra u Novom Mjestu
(King Ladislaus, the Zagreb diocese, Arpad dinasty, Anjou dinasty, sacristy of the Zagreb Cathedral, St. Peter Chapel at Novo Mjesto)

Sažetak
In the first half of the year 1091 Hungarian King Ladislaus crossed the Drava river and conquered the Slavonian territory up to the Gvozd mountain. Several years later he founded the Zagreb diocese. Zagreb Cathedral originally was dedicated to the Hungarian Kings Stephen and Ladislaus, while the titular in honor of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary was introduced later. It is noted that the king Ladislaus was represented on the lost mural paintings in the sacristy of the Zagreb cathedral, along with St. Emeric and St. Stephen. Representation of the holy kings of Hungarian church could be seen as a confirmation of the royal influence of Arpad dinasty in the Zagreb diocese. The figure of King Ladislaus is also presented on the mantle that king Charles I Robert of Anjou dynasty gave to the Zagreb bishop Augustin Kažotić. Fragments of the legend about King Ladislaus, and his struggle with Kumans, are preserved on the north wall of the nave in the St. Peter Chapel at Novo Mjesto, on the wall paintings from the late 14th century. That was the time of Anjou dinasty, who were expanding the cult of King Ladislaus in order to highlight their legitimacy as heirs of the Arpad dinasty through the female line. Fragments of the cycle of Ladislaus struggle with Kumans are also preserved on the south facade of the church of St. Augustine in Velika, in Požega region.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski



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Autor s matičnim brojem:
Rosana Ratkovčić, (279105)