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RIVISTA DI STORIA DELLA MINIATURA - 23 - (2019)

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Index

Massimo Bernabò The Smirne Phisiologus and Two More Illuminated Paleologan Manuscripts
go to the article » pag. 17-21
Sonia Chiodo A Small Book and Its Travels, between Reuse, Integration and Manipulation
go to the article » pag. 22-28
Giulia Guerini Revival of Antiquity and Erudite Quotations: Reflections around the Miniature of the Triumph of Glory in the Manuscript of the De viris illustribus by Petrarch
go to the article » pag. 29-36
Giordana Mariani Canova Revival of Antiquity and Quotations, Re-uses between Venice and Milan in the 15th-Century Illumination: The Case of Francesco Filelfo and Filarete
go to the article » pag. 37-45
Emanuela Spagnoli Coins in Decorated 15th-Century Margins. Preliminary Notes and Two Case Studies
go to the article » pag. 46-54
Ulrike Bauer-Eberhardt Repeating or Modifying? The Illustrations in De re militari by Roberto Valturio
go to the article » pag. 55-62
Federica Toniolo A case of reuse. The miniatures of the Infortiatum and of the Digestum novum (Vat. lat. 2514 and Vat. lat. 1425)
go to the article » pag. 63-75
Laura Zabeo Reinterpreting the Antiquity in the Roman Humanistic Manuscript
go to the article » pag. 76-86
Chiara Paniccia The Icon of a Prince and His Models: The Illuminated Portraits of Federico da Montefeltro
go to the article » pag. 87-95
Giuseppa Z. Zanichelli Reuse Strategies for Book of Hours
go to the article » pag. 96-103
Teresa D’Urso Antiquity Revival and Mantegnesque Citations in Aragonese Naples: The Manuscripts with Stained Membrane Pages Commissioned by Diomede Carafa
go to the article » pag. 104-112
Hans-Joachim Eberhardt Giulio Clovio and Girolamo dai Libri in Candiana: Illustrating Vasari and the Contemporary Activity of Two Geniuses
go to the article » pag. 113-120
Beatrice Alai Litterae deauratae et pictae: Illuminated Fragments from the Sistine Chapel in Albums in the von Nagler Collection
go to the article » pag. 121-130
Chiara Ponchia From Devotion to Collecting. An Illuminated Cutting from a Venetian Mariegola of the 15th Century (Venice, Correr Museum, Cl. II 673)
go to the article » pag. 131-139
Margherita Zibordi Replicated Illuminations: Some Cuttings in the Museo Correr and Their Relationships with the Gradual of the Chapter of Udine
go to the article » pag. 140-148
Eleonora Mattia The Copy and Its Creative Interpretation: Pietro Krohn and His Illumination Models at the Designmuseum Danmark
go to the article » pag. 149-156
Francesca Manzari, Milva Tolentinati A Mysterious Example of Collecting in Ancona: The Illuminated Cuttings at the Biblioteca della Soprintendenza Archeologica delle Marche
go to the article » pag. 157-167
Fabrizio Crivello Reuses, Revivals and Influences of Carolingian Illumination between the 12th and 19th Centuries
go to the article » pag. 168-176
Francesca Soffientino Frederick II in the Palermo Speciale Codex and in the Falconry Treaty in Vienna
go to the article » pag. 177-184
Silvia Maddalo Fortuna general ministra e duce. Suggestions for a Political Interpretation of Dante's Commedia
go to the article » pag. 185-192
Andrea Improta Geometric Initials in Some Neapolitan Choir-Books of the 17th Century
go to the article » pag. 193-199
Lucinia Speciale The Middle Ages Forgeries of Fabio Vecchioni (1597-1673): About the Lost Exultet-Roll of San Giovanni delle Dame Monache in Capua
go to the article » pag. 200-208
Paola Guerrini Tarot's Inheritance in the Use and Reuse of Images of a 17th-Century Codex: Vitt. Em. 307 in the Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale of Rome
go to the article » pag. 209-215
Emilia Anna Talamo Revival and Reuse in 19th-Century Illuminations: Ettore Sampaolo
go to the article » pag. 216-221
Gianfranco Malafarina Dreaming the Middle Ages. Mediaevalism and Quotationism in the Clothilde Missal, Baltimore, The Walters Art Museum, Ms. W.934
go to the article » pag. 222-232
Giulia Orofino Rabano Mauro and Mimmo Paladino. The Nachleben of an Illuminated Medieval Codex
go to the article » pag. 233-242