Levi Pinfold S A Medieval Town

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Editor: Pictura
ISBN: 9781848773325
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Pictura is a stunning range of black-and-white artworks to collect and colour, presented as eight panels of concertina card.

Pictura Prints Medieval Town

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ISBN: 9781783708086
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Coloring Medieval Times

Author: Levi Pinfold
Editor: Walter Foster Pub
ISBN: 1600584039
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Coloring Medieval Times invites artists to engage in their creative abilities and discover a world filled with tomfoolery and humor, as depicted by Levi Pinfold's imaginative artwork.

The Economy Of Medieval Hungary

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Editor: BRILL
ISBN: 9004363904
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The Economy of Medieval Hungary is the first concise, English-language volume on the economic life of medieval Hungary, covering the structures of economic life, human-nature interactions in production, taxation, money and commerce.

Medieval Buda In Context

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ISBN: 9004307672
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The twenty-one articles of this volume discuss the character and development of Buda and its surroundings between the thirteenth and the sixteenth centuries, particularly its role as a royal center and capital city of the medieval Kingdom of Hungary.

International Medieval Bibliography

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Lists articles, notes, and similar literature on medieval subjects in journals, Festschriften, conference proceedings, and collected essays. Covers all aspects of medieval studies within the date range of 450 to 1500 for the entire continent of Europe, the Middle East and North Africa for the period before the Muslim conquest and parts of those areas subsequently controlled by Christian powers.

Imagining The Human Condition In Medieval Rome

Author: KristinB. Aavitsland
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1351563149
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The first monograph on the Vita Humana cycle at Tre Fontane, this book includes an overview of the medieval history of the Roman Cistercian abbey and its architecture, as well as a consideration of the political and cultural standing of the abbey both within Papal Rome and within the Cistercian order. Furthermore, it considers the commission of the fresco cycle, the circumstances of its making, and its position within the art historical context of the Roman Duecento. Examining the unusual blend of images in the Vita Humana cycle, this study offers a more nuanced picture of the iconographic repertoire of medieval art. Since the discovery of the frescoes in the 1960s, the iconographic programme of the cycle has remained mysterious, and an adequate analysis of the Vita Humana cycle as a whole has so far been lacking. Kristin B. Aavitsland covers this gap in the scholarship on Roman art circa 1300, and also presents the first interpretative discussion of the frescoes that is up-to-date with the architectural investigations undertaken in the monastery around 2000. Aavitsland proposes a rationale behind the conception of the fresco cycle, thereby providing a key for understanding its iconography and shedding new light on thirteenth-century Cistercian culture.