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Studies on The illuminated chronicle

Cover; Title page; Copyright page; Contents; Abbreviations; List of Illustrations; Preface; Orsolya Karsay: The Codex of the Illuminated Chronicle; János M. Bak and Ryszard Grzesik: The Text of the ""Chronicle of the deeds of the Hungarians; Ernő Marosi: The Illuminations of the Illumina...

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Other Authors: Bak, János M. (Editor, HerausgeberIn)
Veszprémy, László (Editor, HerausgeberIn)
Document Type: Online Resource Book
Language:English
Published: Budapest : Central European University Press , [2018]
Series:Central European medieval texts Subsidia 1
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Online Access:http://kunst.proxy.fid-lizenzen.de/fid/jstor-ebooks-art/www.jstor.org/stable/10.7829/j.ctvbd8m32
Related Items:Erscheint auch als: Studies on The illuminated chronicle
Author Notes:edited by János M. Bak and László Veszprémy
License Package:JSTOR E-Books in Art, Design and Photography
Notes:FID-Lizenz "FID Kunst, Fotografie, Design" (keine Universitätslizenz)
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Summary:Cover; Title page; Copyright page; Contents; Abbreviations; List of Illustrations; Preface; Orsolya Karsay: The Codex of the Illuminated Chronicle; János M. Bak and Ryszard Grzesik: The Text of the ""Chronicle of the deeds of the Hungarians; Ernő Marosi: The Illuminations of the Illuminated Chronicle; György Rácz: The Heraldry of Angevin-age Hungary and its Reflections in the Illuminated Chronicle; Martyn Rady: Attila and the Hun Tradition in Hungarian Medieval Texts; Dániel Bagi: The Dynastic Conflicts of the Eleventh Century in the Illuminated Chronicle
Kornél Szovák: The Image of the Ideal King in Twelfth-Century Hungary (Remarks on the Legend of St. Ladislas and the Illuminated Chronicle)Balázs Kertész: The Afterlife of the Fourteenth-Century Chronicle Compositions; Credits; Index nominum; Back cover
The present volume of studies is the first Subsidium of the Central European Medieval Text series, accompanying CEMT vol. 9 on the Illuminated Chronicle (formerly called the Vienna Chronicle), written in the fourteenth century, which represents the international artistic style at the royal court of Louis I of Hungary. The volume of the text and its annotations did not allow including the detailed scholarly introduction into the same volume as is the custom with the other CEMT items. The essays in the book analyze the text and the illuminations of the Illuminated Chronicle in literaryhistorical
Physical Description:1 Online-Ressource (1 online resource)
ISBN:9633862620
9789633862629