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A contribution to the understanding of the military confraternity called Scuola dei Albanesi, Croati a Cavallo and Oltramarini in the church of St Simon in Zadar


Prijatelj Pavičić, Ivana
A contribution to the understanding of the military confraternity called Scuola dei Albanesi, Croati a Cavallo and Oltramarini in the church of St Simon in Zadar // The Power of Media. Patronage, Representation and Propaganda in the Early Modern Period (1450–1800) Between the Mediterranean and Central Europe
Split, Hrvatska, 2018. (pozvano predavanje, nije recenziran, neobjavljeni rad, znanstveni)


Naslov
A contribution to the understanding of the military confraternity called Scuola dei Albanesi, Croati a Cavallo and Oltramarini in the church of St Simon in Zadar

Autori
Prijatelj Pavičić, Ivana

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

Skup
The Power of Media. Patronage, Representation and Propaganda in the Early Modern Period (1450–1800) Between the Mediterranean and Central Europe

Mjesto i datum
Split, Hrvatska, 13-15.05.2018

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Pozvano predavanje

Vrsta recenzije
Nije recenziran

Ključne riječi
Chapel of St Jerome in the church of St Simon in Zadar ; confraternity of “Albanesi, Croati a Cavallo i Oltramarini” ; altar of Our Lady of Carmel in the church of St Francis in Zadar ; Orthodox Church of St Elias in Zadar ; Church of Zadar’s Dominicans

Sažetak
In her paper, author examines the ideological, political and other symbolic contents of the chapel of St Jerome and the altar of the confraternity of “Albanesi, Croati a Cavallo i Oltramarini”, which enjoyed the elite status within the Venetian army, in the St Simon church in the city of Zadar. The altar of St Jerome together with the surrounding area inside the church aisle - also called the chapel of St Jerome - represented an isolated unit delineated by a balustrade which could be used separately from the rest of the church, on certain occasions and festivities, by the members of the confraternity as well as the representatives of local and regional Venetian government at Zadar, and ecclesiastical and other dignitaries. The author shows how this chapel serves as an example of the political public-private partnership. This partnership is based on private donations, and fulfills political, social, religious and lithurgical functions. The military confraternity symbolically expropriated the space in the church of the Zadar city patron. Confraternity itself is connected with Venetian state ideology, and that connection is visible in an iconographic program of the altar which includes coats of arm of two Dalmatian provveditore generale, Daniele Dolfin (1692-1696) and probably Pietro Civrano (1674-1675). The third coat of arms visible on the altar is coat of arms of the main investor and caretaker of the altar colonel Simeone Fanfogna who was a distinguished commander of Venetian army and Zadar nobleman (he died in Lendinara in1707). (The)Author would refer to other notable personalities who were buried in the same tomb in front of the altar of St Jerome in later period (liutenant Andrija Mladinić (cca 1700- 1783), captain/ capitano de Croati a cavallo, Mihovil Anđelo Filiberi, Šibenik nobleman (died 1778)). The whole function and use of the altar suggests that members of the confraternity were symbolical stake-holders of the chapel. The chapel itself was – therefore - reserved exclusively for men and soldiers (sergenti maggiori, capitani, tenenti, alfieri, soldati a piedi, come a cavallo) in the Venetian military service who origniated from Venetian Dalmatia and Venetian Albania.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Povijest umjetnosti



POVEZANOST RADA


Projekt / tema
HRZZ-IP-2013-11-6827 - Likovna umjetnost i komunikacija moći u razdoblju ranoga novoga vijeka (1450.-1800.) : povijesne hrvatske regije na razmeđi Srednje Europe i Mediteran (Milan Pelc, )

Ustanove
Filozofski fakultet u Splitu

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