Lettering Medieval Imagination. A Note on the Inscriptions and Images of Daniel Capital in San Pedro de la Nave

Abstract : This paper explores new research paths about visual culture of Western Middle ages, and proposes to read the tituli of medieval images as visual and semantic devices that make new meaning appear, engaging the artist and viewer’s imagination in the re-creation of absent images. As an example of such an integrated reading of medieval artefacts, the capital representing Daniel in the lion’s den in the church of San Pedro de la Nave (Spain, 7th century) and its inscription show some of these interactions between texts and images in the mobilization of medieval imagination.
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Emmanuel Moutafov; Jelena Erdeljan. Proceedings of the 2016 Art Readings of the Bulgarian Institute of Art Studies, Apr 2016, Sofia, Bulgaria. Institut of Art Studies, Texts. Inscriptions. Images, pp.145-157, 2017
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Vincent Debiais. Lettering Medieval Imagination. A Note on the Inscriptions and Images of Daniel Capital in San Pedro de la Nave. Emmanuel Moutafov; Jelena Erdeljan. Proceedings of the 2016 Art Readings of the Bulgarian Institute of Art Studies, Apr 2016, Sofia, Bulgaria. Institut of Art Studies, Texts. Inscriptions. Images, pp.145-157, 2017. 〈halshs-01450994〉

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