Palestinian ampoules from the collection of Monza – bobbio. Iconographic program


Abstract

The article presents iconographic types of Palestinian ampoules from the col­lection Monza – Bobbio. The author propos two types of iconography and compo­sitions of ampoules, Christological (Monza 11, 9) and Mariological (Monza 1, 2). The style carved scenes presents eastern style and iconography VI-VII century, especially Syrian and Palestinian.


Keywords

Ampules of Monza – Bobbio; pilgrimage art; pilgrim flask

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Published : 2015-12-15


Bulas, R. (2015). Palestinian ampoules from the collection of Monza – bobbio. Iconographic program. Vox Patrum, 64, 93-103. https://doi.org/10.31743/vp.3706

Ryszarda M. Bulas 
Katolicki Uniwersytet Lubelski Jana Pawła II  Poland





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