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Annales Universitatis Apulensis. Series Historica

Monastic Life, Art, and Technology in 11th-16th Centuries

Special Issue 2015

Ileana Burnichioiu

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30 December 2015

INTRODUCTION
Bizere abbey and the International Conference “Monastic Life, Art, and Technology in the 11th–16th Centuries” – An introduction

Pál LŐVEI

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The Project “Monastic Life, Art, and Technology at Bizere Monastery” (2013–2016)

Ileana BURNICHIOIU

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MONASTIC LANDSCAPE
The river island monastery: long-distance connections and micro-regional isolation in the case of Bizere Abbey?

Oana Toda

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Reconstructing a monastic landscape: the case of Cârţa (Kerc, Kerz) Abbey

Bencze Ünige

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Shaping of a monastic landscape in medieval Slavonia

Andrej Janeš

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SPATIAL ORGANIZATION OF MONASTIC COMPLEXES
Monastic buildings: questions of function and design from an Anglo-French perspective

Eric Fernie

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The early phase of cloister architecture in Central Europe

Béla Zsolt Szakács

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Spatial organization and monastic life in Bizere abbey (Arad County, Romania)

Adrian Andrei Rusu

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Comparative ground-plan analysis of Pauline monasteries in Late Medieval Slavonia

Tajana Pleše

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Architectural design and the cult of holy relics in Saint-Vanne abbey (Verdun)

Valérie Serdon-Provost

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MONASTIC WEALTH SOURCES AND ARTISTIC PATRONAGE
Church and Salt. Monasteries and Salt in the Medieval Kingdom of Hungary (11th–13th century)

Beatrix F. Romhányi

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Monasteries under private patronage within the social and economic topography: centers, residences, estates. Several case studies of medieval Hungary

Péter Levente Szőcs

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A turn to Fratres Minores. Franciscans in 13th-century Lesser Poland and the patronage of Duke Boleslaus the Chaste

Piotr Pajor

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Pauline monasteries in medieval Croatia: Monastic wealth sources

Silvija Pisk

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The spiritual environment and artistic patronage in South Bohemia in the 14th century

Zlata Gersdorfova

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ARTISTIC CONNECTIONS; ART AND TECHNOLOGY IN THE MONASTIC MILIEU
Marble works and marble floors in medieval Hungary in the late 12th Century. Fragments of a choir screen and opus sectile from Eger medieval cathedral and its artistic connections

Krisztina Havasi

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Some remarks on a fragmentary capital from the monastery of Bizere

Ernő Marosi

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Les mosaiques de pavement romanes de Bizere: un programme iconographique et décoratif occidental de style très original aux portes de l'Orient byzantin

Xavier Barral I Altet

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Decorative heritage of Bizere monastery: fragments of the opus sectile

Ileana Burnichioiu

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Archaeometric analysis of mosaic tesserae and a ‘red marble’ decorative stone from the Bizere monastery (Arad County, Romania)

Bernadett Bajnóczi, Dorottya Györkös, Viktória Mozgai, Máté Szabó, Mária Tóth

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Friars at work: Craftsmen of the Dominican Order in 16th-century Transylvania

Mihaela Sanda Salontai

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