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dynastic porphyry tombs of the Norman period in Sicily

Josef DeeМЃr

dynastic porphyry tombs of the Norman period in Sicily

by Josef DeeМЃr

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Published by Harvard University Press in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English


Edition Notes

English translation of German.

Statementby Josef Deer ; translated from the Germanby G.A. Gillhof.
SeriesDumbarton Oaks studies -- 5
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21212183M

The Cappella Palatina was the Royal Chapel of the Norman king of Sicily, Roger II, who had the church commissioned in See the Sacred Destinations site on the church. The structure is noteworthy for its gold mosaics and architectural features that combine Arabic arches and Byzantine domes. The one which most impressed me was the tomb of Roger II., founder of this Norman dynasty, whose plain sarcophagus, composed entirely of slabs of porphyry, rests on .

The Dynastic Porphyry Tombs of the Norman period in Sicily (Cambridge, Mass. ) 29 – 20 The classical origin of this type of monument has been recognised by Toesca, op. cit. (n. 1) –6; and Deér, op. cit. (n. 19) 30– by: 2. JOSEF DEER, The Dynastic Porphyry Tombs of the Norman Period in Sicily, trans. by G. A. Gillhoff, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Pp. i88; pls. $ (Dumbarton Oaks Studies, v) The appearance of this volume under the auspices of the Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Col-lection underscores the intimate wedding of scholarly.

and the only source of porphyry was ancient Roman spolia. In the Middle Ages, the Norman kings of Sicily made extensive use of porphyry and other Roman hard-stone spolia, especially to create the very elaborate opus sectile compositions that decorate the floors and walls of the Norman . Frühchristliche Kunst, Munich, Byzanz und der Christliche Osten, Berlin, ; Mittelterliche Bildwerke aus Italien und Byzanz, Berlin, DEÉR (JOSEF) The Dynastic Porphyry Tombs of the Norman Period in Sicily, Cambrdige, Mass., CRICHTON (G.H.) Romanesque Sculpture in Italy, FOSSARD (DENISE) and others.


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