Architecture

Church Architecture: Mren, Zvart'nots and Ptłni

Edited from: “Armenian Art of the Seventh Century and the Problem of Periphery”
by Christina Maranci, Tufts University

Keywords: architecture, churches, Armenia, Georgia, Turkey, domed basilica, cruciform, barrel vaults, rotunda, ambulatory, Holy Sepulchre, capitals, domes, Mren, Zvart’nots’, Ptłni

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The Golden Age of Architecture in a Shifting Socio-Political World

Edited from: “Armenian Art of the Seventh Century and the Problem of Periphery”
by Christina Maranci, Tufts University

Keywords: Holy Land, Heraclius, tympanum, Byzantine, Persian, Mren, Ptłni, Zvart’nots’

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Relics and Monuments of the Holy Land: The Churches of Mren and Zvart'nots'

Edited from: “Armenian Art of the Seventh Century and the Problem of Periphery”
by Christina Maranci, Tufts University

Keywords: Return of the Cross, relief sculpture, Heraclius, Armenia, Persian, Jerusalem, Byzantine, Kren, Zvart’nots’

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Local Visual and Ritual Practices in the Church of Ptłni

Edited from: “Armenian Art of the Seventh Century and the Problem of Periphery”
by Christina Maranci, Tufts University

Keyworks: social history, Ptłni, Zvart’nots’, Mren, churches, Eucharist, medieval, noble life

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Importance of Church Preservation

Edited from: “Armenian Art of the Seventh Century and the Problem of Periphery”
by Christina Maranci, Tufts University

Keyworks: preservation, Armenia, church, Mtsxeta, Mren, Zvart’nots’

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Architecture and Visual Incongruity

Edited from: “Incongruent Strategies: Engagements with Humor and Identity in Contemporary Azerbaijani Art”
by Monica Steinberg, City University of New York

Keywords: architecture, art, Alakbarov, Rasulov, Baku, Azerbaijan, corruption, Soviet

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