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by Rosemary Muir Wright

eBook Art and Antichrist in Medieval Europe epub
  • ISBN: 0719041589
  • Author: Rosemary Muir Wright
  • Genre: Photography
  • Subcategory: History & Criticism
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Manchester Univ Pr (November 1, 1995)
  • Pages: 244 pages
  • ePUB size: 1161 kb
  • FB2 size 1904 kb
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Death in Medieval Europe: Death Scripted and Death Choreographed

Death in Medieval Europe: Death Scripted and Death Choreographed. In this insightful book, Frederick S. Paxton has traced the development of the rituals for the sick, the dying, and the dead in Christianity from their origins in the fourth century through their decisive reorganization in the Carolingian ecclesiastical reform.

In this fascinating study of medieval iconography, Rosemary Muir Wright looks at the changing image of the Antichrist (and his female counterpart, the Whore .

In this fascinating study of medieval iconography, Rosemary Muir Wright looks at the changing image of the Antichrist (and his female counterpart, the Whore of Babylon) through seven centuries. These illustrate the way in which the image of Antichrist was used, and how it changed through the centuries in response to the political environment. She examines its use for propaganda purposes during times of religious and political crises.

In this fascinating study of medieval iconography, Rosemary Muir Wright looks at the changing image of the Antichrist (and his female counterpart, the Whore of Babylon) through seven centuries.Taking the Beatus tradition as her starting point, Wright draws on many previously unpublished illuminated manuscripts, from throughout Europe. These illustrate the way in which the image of Antichrist was used, and how it changed through the centuries in response to the political environment. She examines its use for propaganda purposes during times of religious and political crises. The volume finishes with a detailed analysis of the image of the Whore of Babylon.This unique study will be extremely valuable to art historians and historians of the medieval period.
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