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Gendered Souls: Female Religious and Imperial Power in Early

7 James, Liz. Empresses and Power in Early Byzantium. Continuum, (2001). McClanan,. Anne. Representations of Early Byzantine Empresses: Image and Empire. Palgrave. Macmillan, (2002); Holum, Kenneth. Theodosian Empresses: Women and Imperial. Dominion in Late Antiquity. University of California Press, ( 1982); ...

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7 THE IMAGE OF THE EMPRESS THEODORA AS PATRON

2 ), esp. “She for God Only ? Empresses as Religious Patrons”, pp. 148–163 ; A. McClanan , Representations of Early Byzantine Empresses. Image and Empire , New York 2002 , esp. “The Patronage of the Empress Theodora and Her Contemporaries”, pp. 93–106. Brought to you by | Google Googlebot - Web Crawler SEO.

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Empresses Zoe and Theodora on a Byzantine Medallion Cycle

Mothers of the Empire: Empresses Zoe and. Theodora on a Byzantine Medallion Cycle ... representations are unique in Byzantine art: no other images survive that show empresses by themselves interacting with .... e.g., the late tenth- or early eleventh-century Reliquary of the True. Cross at the treasury of San Marco and the ...

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Defining Female Authority in Eighth-Century Byzantium: The

Sep 18, 2013 ... 12 Sophia, Anastasia, Constantina, Leontia, Martina. 13 James, Empresses and Power, 110; Anne L. McClanan, Representations of Early Byzantine. Empresses: Image and Empire (New York, 2002), 158–163. Although the issuing authority was always the emperor, coins of empresses often made no direct ...

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Blind Beasts: Chaucer's Animal World

Absent Narratives, Manuscript Textuality, and. Literary Structure in Late Medieval England by Elizabeth Scala. Creating Community with Food and Drink in. Merovingian Gaul by Bonnie Effros. Representations of Early Byzantine Empresses: Image and Empire by Anne McClanan. Encountering Medieval Textiles and Dress:.

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Absent Narratives, Manuscript Textuality, and. Literary Structure in Late Medieval England by Elizabeth Scala. Creating Community with Food and Drink in. Merovingian Gaul by Bonnie Effros. Representations of Early Byzantine Empresses: Image and Empire by Anne McClanan. Encountering Medieval Textiles and Dress:.

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Numismatic and Metrological Parallels for the Iconography of Early

Such connections are documented in numerous recent studies. See especially A. MCCI..ANAN, Representations ofearly. Byzantine empresses: image and empire. New York 2002; and D. ANGELOVA, The ivories ofAriadne and ideas about female imperial authority in Rome and early Byzantium, Gesta 43, L 2004, p. 1-15 .

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Reconstructing the Image of an Empress in Middle Byzantine

the real Byzantine empress please stand up', in A. J. Duggan, ed., Queens and Queenship in Medieval. Europe (Woodbridge, 1997), 125-139 and Eadem, Empresses and Power in Middle Byzantium. (London and New York, 2001), 1-4 and A. McClanan, Representations of Early Byzantine Empresses: Image and Empire ...

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Creating Community with Food and Drink in. Merovingian Gaul by Bonnie Effros. Representations of Early Byzantine Empresses: Image and Empire by Anne McClanan. Encountering Medieval Textiles and Dress: Objects, Texts, Images edited by Désirée G. Koslin and Janet. Snyder. Eleanor of Aquitaine: Lord and Lady.

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The developmentof early imperial dress from the Tetrachs to the

Two monographs were especially valuable for discussing the empress' dress: Kenneth Holum's Theodosian Empresses: Women and Imperial Dominion in Late Antiquity (1982) and Anne McClanan's Representation of Early Byzantine Empresses: Image and Empire (2002). Holum's book provides valuable information and ...

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Macht über Gefühle. Zur Darstellung der Herrscherinnen Theodora

Von Livia bis Theodora, München 2002; A. McClanan; Representations of Early. Byzantine Empresses. Image and Empire, New York 2002; B. Rosenwein, Worrying about Emotions in History,. «The American Historical Review» CVII ( 2002), 821-845; E. Hartmann, Frauen in der Antike. Weibliche. Lebenswelten von Sappho ...

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Byzantium: Religion, Art, Architecture.

Oct 8, 2013 ... The majority of byzantine art was commissioned for religious purposes and predestined to be used in churches and monasteries. The ... capital from Rome to a new city was built upon the ancient Byzantium, Constantinople. History of ..... Representations of Early Byzantine Empresses: Image and Empire.

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Magic, Demons and Apocalypse in the Composition of Historia

Mnemosyne: bibliotheca classica Batava. Supplementum, Leiden – New York – Cologne. Maas Michael, 2005, The Cambridge Companion to the Age of Justinian, Cambridge. McClanan Anne, 2002, Representations of Early Byzantine Empresses: Image and Empire,. New York. Nixon C.E.V., Saylor Rodgers Barbara, 1994 ...

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The Political Face of Late Roman Empresses: Christian Symbols on

Christian empress. Helena's coins also provided a pictorial representation of a Roman consort later used by the Theodosian empresses. The reverse imagery of Helena's coins, though secular, reappeared on the ... Eternal Victory: Triumphal Rulership in Late Antiquity, Byzantium and the Early Medieval. West (New York: ...

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The Representation of Christ in the Apses of Early Christian Churches

Aug 2, 2013 ... of this apsidal image in the Byzantine empire can be linked to other innovations in the imaging of Christ and his resur- rection, beginning ca. 700 as described in a stimulating book by A. Kartsonis.3. Some preliminary points should be made. Several facts make this examination especially difficult. First, few ...

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2 Lynda Garland, Byzantine Empresses: Women and Power in Byzantium A.D. 527-1204. (London, 1999), which is written in a ... legacy and has created an image of the Empire as a creatively sterile,. Orthodox Christian, military state. ... representation of the Byzantine Empire and its people. Although their success has been ...

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the ideology of the feminine in byzantine historical narrative

Byzantine Empire) is the least well documented of all the early medieval. Christian societies. Modern historians .... Empresses of the Eastern Roman Empire, such as Theophano, are highly visible in the narrative sources.5 .... representations (images, myths, ideas or concepts) existing and playing a historical role within a ...

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The Evidence for Jewellery Production in Constantinople in the

in the earth.18 In addition, most pieces of jewellery with 'cement cloisonné' listed by Arrhenius were found outside the. Byzantine Empire.19. Based on a study of ..... In addition, the early. Plate 2 Detail of the Empress Theodora from the mosaic in San Vitale,. Ravenna. Plate 3 Theodora's entourage from the mosaic in San ...

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Hoxne Hoard

Aug 21, 2012 ... hoard consists of 14,865 Roman gold, silver and bronze coins from the late fourth and early fifth centuries, and .... 4 pepper pots, including the "Empress" Pepper Pot[3] ...... McClanan, Anne L. (2002), Representations of Early Byzantine Empresses: Image and Empire (http://boo s.google.com/boo s?

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Cesarzowa Bułgarów, augusta i bazylisa – Maria-Irena Lekapena i

Byzantine law in Old Slavonic translations and the Nomocanon of. Methodius. Byzantinoslavica, 65, 9–18. Maslev, S. (1966). Die staatsrechtliche Stellung der byzantinischen Kaiserinnen. Byzantinos- lavica, 27, 308–343. McClanan, A. ( 2002). Representations of early Byzantine empresses: Image and Empire. New.

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