Signum Sanctae Crucis. Iconologia del Crocifisso nella lezione di Heinrich Pfeiffer S.J.

Vincenzo Maria Corseri

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Abstract

[automatically translated] The paper starts from a recent conference (Signum Sanctae Crucis. Pathways of art and faith at the Diocesan Museum), organized by the Diocesan Museum of Mazara del Vallo (2-3 April 2011) on the occasion of the restoration and exhibition of the precious fifteenth-century wooden crucifix That has Been for centuries kept at the San Michele Arcangelo Benedictine Monastery. The event Involved some authoritative scholars on theology and Christian art and ended with the keynote address by Heinrich Pfeiffer SJ - a world-famous scholar and an emeritus professor of Iconology and History of Christian Art at the Pontifical Gregorian University - on the theme of the imagery of the crucifix in the Middle Ages, with specific reference to the crucifix at the St. Michael's Monastery.
Original languageItalian
Pages (from-to)81-96
Number of pages16
JournalMEDIAEVAL SOPHIA
Volume1
Publication statusPublished - 2011
Externally publishedYes

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