sobota, 2 lipca 2011

Konferencja Brytyjskiego Towarzystwa Archeologicznego - tematy referatów/BAA's annual conference in Cracow – selected programme

Już jutro rozpoczyna się w Krakowie konferencja Brytyjskiego Towarzystwa Archeologicznego. Oto tematy referatów, które znalazły się w jej programie:
BAA's annual conference in Cracow – selected programme:

Rafal Qurini-Poplawski – The Oldest Sculptural Fragments from Wawel Cathedral and Tyniec Monastery.

Marek Walczak - Mourners on the Tomb Chest of King Casimir the Great (c. 1370). Remarks on the Iconography of the “Reborn” Kingdom of Poland.

Wojciech Walanus - Veit Stoss and Late Gothic Sculpture in Lesser Poland:
Selected Issues

Andreas Puth - Veit Stoss' Tomb of Kasimir IV in Wawel Cathedral and the
Question of Cultural Influences between the Habsburg and Jagiellonian Dynasties

Dariusz Tabor - Liturgy and Astrology: The „Orantes” on the Floor of the
Crypt of Collegiate Church in Wiślica.

Eric Fernie – The Church of St Andrew’s in Kraków

Marcin Szyma - Cloisters at the Dominican Convent in Kraków

Achim Timmerman - Observations on the Late Gothic Pillory in Wrocław

Gavin Simpson - Seeing the Wood for the Trees: Poland and the Baltic Timber
Trade, c. 1250-1650

Beata Kopka-Kwiatkowska - Archaeological Excavations in the Cistercian
Monasteries at Jedrzejów, Koprzywnica and Szczyrzyc.

Alexandra Gajewski - Cistercian Architecture in Lesser Poland: History,
Historiography and the "Missionaries of Gothic" Debate.

Tomasz Węcławowicz – Cistercian Abbey in Mogiła: Latest Research and New

Paul Crossley and Zöe Opačić - Architecture and Ceremony in the Piast and
Jagiellonian Krakow.

Costanza Cipollaro - Visualising a Better World. Liber Pontificalis of Zbigniew

Robert Maniura - Style, Iconography and Coherence in the Holy Cross Chapel
in Wawel Cathedral

Pawel Pencakowski - Postmediaeval Reception Of 14th and 15th-century Byzantine Murals in Minor Poland.

Andrea Worm – The Columns of Virtues and Vices at the Premonstratensian Church at Strzelno

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