21st International IRCLAMA Colloquium – Performing Power through Visual Narrativity

The Hungarians’ First March into Pannonia, Chronicon Pictum

The Hungarians’ First March into Pannonia, Chronicon Pictum

Performing Power through Visual Narrativity in Late Medieval Europe. An Interdisciplinary Approach, 29-31 May 2014

International Research Center for Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages, University of Zagreb.

 

Organizing and scientific committee

Xavier BARRAL I ALTET

Alain Erlande BRANDENBURG

Jean Pierre CAILLETNikola JAKŠIĆ

Miljenko JURKOVIĆ

Vinni LUCHERINI

 

ČETVRTAK, 29. svibanj / Thursday, May 29th

 

 

15.00

POZDRAVNI GOVORI / GREETING SPEACHES

Miljenko Jurković (University of Zagreb) and Vinni Lucherini (Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II)

 

Xavier Barral i Altet (Université de Rennes II, Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia), Formes de narration médiévale, avec ou sans “histoires”, au service du pouvoir. Introduction au colloque

 

THE REPRESENTATION OF MONARCHIC POWER

First Session

Chair: X. Barral i Altet

 

Martin Aurell (Université de Poitiers), L’art comme propagande? Henri II d’Angleterre, Aliénor d’Aquitaine et leurs enfants

Vinni Lucherini (Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II), Saint-Denis, Luigi IX e le tombe dei re di Francia: nuove ipotesi di lettura attraverso le fonti testuali medievali 16.30-17.00 – coffee break

 

Jean-Pierre Caillet (Université Paris-Ouest), Le Roman des rois de Primat (1274): une première interprétation imagée de l’histoire de France

Alain Dubreucq (Université de Lyon), L’idéologie royale et ses représentations des Carolingiens aux Valois

Imre Takács (Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest), Corona et crux – Heraldry and Crusader symbolism on some 13th century Hungarian royal seals

 

Discussion

 

 

 

 

PETAK, 30. svibanj / Friday, May 30th

 

Second Session

Chair: Jean-Pierre Caillet

9.30

 

Giulia Orofino (Università di Cassino), Icone del potere nel Regesto di Pietro Diacono (cod. Casin. Reg. 3)

 

Maria Alessandra Bilotta(Iem, Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas da Universidade Nova de Lisboa), Fra regalità e giustizia: la rappresentazione del sovrano in un inedito manoscritto tolosano dell’Infortiatum all’Escorial (prima metà XIV secolo)

 

Nicolas Reveyron (Université de Lyon), Le côté obscur du pouvoir royal. Prétérition et métonymie dans le discours politique au portail nord de la cathédrale de Lyon

 

11.00 – 11.15 coffee break

 

 

THE MONARCHIES OF CENTRAL EUROPE AND THE ADRIATIC

 

Zsombor Jékely (Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest), Narrative Structure of the Painted Cycle of a Hungarian Holy Ruler: The Legend of St. Ladislas

 

Mladen Ančić (University of Zadar), The Realm of St. Stephen or Angevin Empire. The 14th Century Kingdom of Dalmatia et Croatia as Case Study of Governing Institutions

 

Nikola Jakšić (University of Zadar), La committenza reale in Dalmazia angioina. L’arca di San Simeone profeta a Zara

 

Vesna Pascuttini-Juraga, Ivana Peškan (Conservation Department, Varaždin),A key stone from the parish church of St. Nicholas in Varaždin: a connection with the family of the king Matthias Corvinus

 

Discussion

 

13.30 – 15.00 — lunch break

 

 

THE ROYAL POWER AND THE IMAGE OF DEATH

 

Third Session

Chair: Vinni Lucherini

15.00

 

Gerardo Boto (Universitat de Girona), La peninsula de los panteones. Espacios funerarios regios en monasterios y catedrales ibericas medievales

 

Marta Serrano (Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona), Visualizing the Monarchy Power in the XIVth Century: An Example of Narrativity through Chronicle Texts and Funeral Images in the Iberian Peninsula

 

Stefano D’Ovidio (Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II), La tomba di Roberto d’Angiò in Santa Chiara a Napoli: una lettura iconografica

 

Ivan Gerat (Institute of Art History, Bratislava), The Power of Deceased in Panel Paintings from Central Europe (c. 1474 – 1507)

 

 

17.00-17.30– coffee break

 

Discussion

 

18.00.

Presentation of the 20th volume of Hortus artium medievalium

 

 

 

SUBOTA, 31. svibanj / Saturday, May 31st

 

THE REPRESENTATION OF ECCLESIASTICAL AND LAY POWER

 

Fourth Session

Chair: Nikola Jakšić

9.30

 

Milagros Guardia (Universitat de Barcelona, Ircum), La ripresa e i valori semantici della storia di Giuseppe l’ebreo nel primo duecento: i rilievi di Santa Restituta a Napoli e i suoi precedenti monumentali nella tarda antichità

 

Christian Lauranson (Université de Lyon), “Ad utrumque paratus” ou la crosse et l’épée. Duplicité du pouvoir de l’évêque du Puy au Moyen Âge

 

Carles Mancho (Universitat de Barcelona, Ircum), Oltre i muri della chiesa: la decorazione di San Pietro a Sorpe (Catalogna) come imposizione sul territorio

 

11.00 – 11.15 coffee break

 

Imma Lorés (Universitat de Lleida), Hagiographie et mémoire: l’utilisation de l’évêque saint Ramon de Roda au XIIIe siècle

 

Isabel Escandell Proust (Universitat de les Illes Balears), Reflets de la politique épiscopale. À propos des manuscrits enluminés et bibliothèques de la Couronne d’Aragon (XIII-XIVème siècles)

 

Gabriele Archetti – Francesca Stroppa (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano-Brescia), Immagine e buon governo nell’ideologia politica e nella memoria visiva del vescovo Berardo Maggi (Brescia, 1275-1308)

 

13.30 – 15.00 — lunch break

 

 

Fifth Session

Chair: Miljenko Jurković

15.00

 

Roberto Greci (Università degli Studi di Parma), L’associazionismo e i suoi simboli

 

Rosa Alcoy (Universitat de Barcelona), Ley y potestades eclesiásticas del Trecento: patrimonio visual y contexto jurídico en las Causas del Decretum Gratiani

 

Stéphanie Diane Daussy (UMR 5138, Archéométrie et Archéologie, Lyon 2), «Quanto cultu auroque Templa fulgerent». La beauté de la vision comme expression des pouvoirs

 

 

17.00-17.30coffee break

 

Vinni Lucherini – Conclusions

 

 

 

Sunday,June 1st

9.00-16.00

 

TERENSKI OBILAZAK LOKALITETA I SPOMENIKA ISTRE

EXCURSION FOR THE PARTICIPANTS Uz stručno vodstvo / Guided by: prof. dr. sc. Miljenko Jurković; prof. dr. sc. Ivan Matejčić

Lunch at one of the monuments (with paid inscription fee)

 

— — Departure of participants

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