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Meanings and functions of the royal portrait in the Mediterranean world (11th-15th centuries)

English title Meanings and functions of the royal portrait in the Mediterranean world (11th-15th centuries)
Applicant Bacci Michele
Number 203794
Funding scheme Open Access Books
Research institution Domaine Histoire de l'art et Archéologie Département des sciences historiques Université de Fribourg
Institution of higher education University of Fribourg - FR
Main discipline Visual arts and Art history
Start/End 01.05.2021 - 31.10.2021
Approved amount 18'750.00
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Keywords (5)

Ruler's images; Visualisation of power; Portraits; Rituals of power; Mediterranean arts

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Meanings and Functions of the Royal Portrait in the Mediterranean World (11th-15th Centuries)
Bacci Michele, Studer Manuela, Vagnoni Mirko (2021), Meanings and Functions of the Royal Portrait in the Mediterranean World (11th-15th Centuries), Brill, Leiden.

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173045 Royal Epiphanies. The King's Body as Image and Its Mise-en-scène in the Medieval Mediterranean (centuries 12th-14th) 01.06.2017 Project funding

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