New Research on Late Byzantine Goldsmiths’ Works (13th-15th Centuries)
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Bosselmann-Ruickbie, Antje (Ed.): New Research on Late Byzantine Goldsmiths’ Works (13th-15th Centuries): Neue Forschungen zur spätbyzantinischen Goldschmiedekunst (13.-15. Jahrhundert), Heidelberg: Propylaeum, 2020 (Byzanz zwischen Orient und Okzident, Vol. 13). https://doi.org/10.11588/propylaeum.667

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Published 11.05.2020.

The print publication was published in 2019 by Verl. d. Römisch-Germanischen Zentralmuseums, Mainz, ISBN 978-3-88467-310-2

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Antje Bosselmann-Ruickbie (Ed.)

New Research on Late Byzantine Goldsmiths’ Works (13th-15th Centuries)

Neue Forschungen zur spätbyzantinischen Goldschmiedekunst (13.-15. Jahrhundert)

Byzanz zwischen Orient und Okzident

This volume comprises 13 papers from the conference »New Research on Late Byzantine Goldsmiths‘ Works (13th-15th Centuries)«, held at the Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum in Mainz in October 2015. The contributions primarily deal with the material culture of goldsmiths’ works, such as crosses, reliquary caskets, jewellery, enamel works, and precious stones, spanning the wide geographical area of Byzantium and many of its neighbours, from Russia via Trebizond and Serbia to Crete. Furthermore, written sources on Byzantine goldsmiths, their craft and the provenance of precious metals provide evidence for goldsmithing in Byzantium throughout its history.

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Antje Bosselmann-Ruickbie
Foreword by the editor
Andreas Rhoby
Gold, Goldsmiths and Goldsmithing in Byzantium
Paul Hetherington
Late Byzantine Enamel: A Period of Transition
Olga Shashina
Two Little-Known Pre-Mongolian Cloisonné Enamel Medallions in the Moscow Kremlin Armoury Collection: On the Peculiarities of Denominative Inscriptions of the Virgin in the Art of Pre-Mongolian Rus’
Martin Dennert
Displaying an Icon: The Mosaic Icon of Saint Demetrios at Sassoferrato and its Frame
Sabrina Schäfer
Neue Forschungen zum Trapezunt-Kästchen und seiner Datierung
Anastassios Antonaras
Late Byzantine Jewellery from Thessaloniki and its Region: The Finds from Ippodromiou 1 Street and Other Excavations
Antje Steinert
Late Byzantine Accessories and Jewellery: New Thoughts on the Small Finds from Mystras
Jessica Schmidt
Darstellungen von Schmuck in der spätbyzantinischen Wandmalerei Kretas
Nikos D. Kontogiannis, Vana Orfanou
The Chalcis Treasure: A 14th-15th Century Hoard from Euboea, Greece – First Thoughts and Preliminary Results
Holger Kempkens
Zur Rezeption westlich-lateinischer Goldschmiedekunst im spätbyzantinischen Kulturraum
Irina A. Sterligova
14th-Century Gold Pendilia on a Byzantine Icon of the Hodegetria from the Moscow Kremlin Museums
Vesna Bikić
Beyond Jewellery: Archers’ Rings in the Medieval Balkans (14th-15th Centuries)
Martina Horn
»The Incredulity of Saint Thomas« on a Byzantine Sapphire from the Cheapside Hoard, London: A Proposal for a New Dating to the Palaiologan Period
Sigles Used