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From Enrico to Andrea Dandolo: Imitation, Appropriation and Meaning at San Marco in Venice

Byzantine 2007 Colloquium, Colloquiarchs: Henry Maguire and Robert Nelson (Johns Hopkins University). April 28.

  • Robert Nelson (Yale University), The Piazzetta and Public Spaces in Genoa and Venice
  • Michael Jacoff (Millerton, NY), The Construction of Venetian Identity on the Exterior of San Marco
  • Debra Pincus (Washington, DC), Andrea Dandolo and the Baptistery of San Marco: Stylistic Diversity in the 14th Century
  • Fabio Barry (University of St. Andrews), Disiecta membra: Spolia and Capital Justice
  • Liz James (University of Sussex), Mosaic Matters
  • Thomas Dale (University of Wisconsin), Re-inventing Byzantium at San Marco: Byzantine Spolia and Middle Eastern Relics in the Ritual and Myth of Venice after the Fourth Crusade
  • Holger Klein (Cleveland Museum of Art), Refashioning Byzantium in the Venetian Lagoon, ca. 1200-1450
  • Henry Maguire (The Johns Hopkins University), The Aniketos Icon and the Display of Relics in the Decoration of San Marco
  • Maria Georgopoulou (Gennadeion Library), Relics, Icons and Rituals in San Marco
  • Robert Nelson, Concluding Remarks

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