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Иеротопия. Пространственные иконы и образы-парадигмы в византийской культуре. Ierotopija. Prostranstvennye ikony i obrazy-paradigmy v vizantijskoj kul’ture / Hierotopy. Spatial icons and image-paradigms in Byzantine culture

Lidov, Aleksej M.

English Title: Hierotopy. Spatial icons and image-paradigms in Byzantine culture

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Translation of abstract (English)

The present book deals with the creation of sacred spaces in Byzantium, Medieval Russia and the Eastern Christian world. It is based on ten studies of last seven years in which three new notions - Hierotopy, Spatial Icons and Image-Paradigms, renew the methodology of art history, have been suggested and discussed by the author. The three notions are interrelated but different. The term Hierotopy stands for the entire framework, intending to fix a special stratum of historical phenomena. The Hierotopy (or ierotopia), consisting of two Greek roots "hieros" (sacred) and "topos" (place, space, notion), means the making of sacred spaces regarded as a special form of creativity, and a field of historical research which reveals and analyses the particular examples of that creativity. The term "Spatial Icons", concerning the iconic imagery presented as spatial visions, was conceived to describe the most important part of hierotopic phenomena, existing beyond flat pictures or any combination of art objects. The Image-Paradigm is an instrumentum studiorum to analyze this specific category of images.

Document type: Book
Publisher: Feorija
Place of Publication: Moskva
Date: 2009
Version: Secondary publication
Date Deposited: 20 Aug 2015 08:49
Faculties / Institutes: Research Project, Working Group > Individuals
DDC-classification: Arts
Architecture
Painting
Controlled Subjects: Byzantinisches Reich, Kunst, Ikone, Sakralbau, Symbolik, Hagia Sophia <Istanbul>, Mariendarstellung, Hodegetria, Großer Kaiserpalast <Istanbul>, Großer Kaiserpalast <Istanbul> / Pharos-Kirche, Christusdarstellung, Mandylion, Himmlisches Jerusalem, Feuer, Wunder
Subject (classification): Architecture
Iconography
Painting
Countries/Regions: Asia
France
Italy
Near East
East Europe
South East Europe
Collection: ART-Dok Central and Eastern Europe
ART-Dok Russia
Additional Information: Text in kyrill. Schrift. Mit einer ausführlichen Zusammenfassung auf Englisch (S. 304-345). Druckausgabe: Lidov, Aleksej M.: Ierotopija. Prostranstvennye ikony i obrazy-paradigmy v vizantijskoj kul’ture, Moskva: Feorija 2009, ISBN 978-5-91796-001-2