Painted Pulpits: The Depiction of Pulpits in South Italian Exultet Rolls

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    The scenes in which a deacon stands at the centre of a brightly painted pulpit singing the Exultet from an unfurled scroll are amongst the most widely reproduced medieval illuminations depicting the interior of a church and its furnishings. This brief chapter attempts a first survey these images from Southern and Central Italy, and asks what variations of form are in evidence, how the pulpit is placed and used within the scenes, and explores the relationship between the illumination and the accompanying text, and between the images and extant contemporary pulpits from Southern Italy, and concludes with a consideration of the function of the pulpit images in the manuscripts.
    Originele taal-2English
    TitelZwischen Rom und Mailand: Liturgische Kircheneinrichtung im Mittelalter.
    SubtitelHistorische Kontexte und interdisziplinäre Perspektiven
    RedacteurenElisa Di Natale, Harald Buchinger, Albert Dietl
    Plaats van productieRegensburg
    UitgeverijSchnell & Steiner
    StatusSubmitted - 7-sep-2020
    EvenementZwischen Rom und Mailand: Liturgische Kircheneinrichtung im Mittelalter. Historische Kontexte und interdisziplinäre Perspektiven - Universität Regensburg, Regensburg, Germany
    Duur: 24-jan-201925-jan-2019

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    NaamForum Mittelalter
    UitgeverijSchnell & Steiner


    ConferenceZwischen Rom und Mailand
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