(2007). 'Fish on a Dish' and its Table Companions in fourteenth-century Wall-Paintings on Venetian-domianted Crete.
In: Brubaker, Leslie and Linardou, Kallirroe eds.
Eat, Drink, and Be Merry (Luke 12:19) – Food and Wine in Byzantium.
Publications of the Society for the Promotion of Byzantine Studies.
Using two examples from church decoration (frescoes) on Crete, the paper focuses on what the appearance of certain specific Venetian wares (e.g. glasses) in an otherwise traditional Byzantine-Christian iconography says about the daily interaction of the Cretans and the Venetians during the fourteenth century, as well as about the status the Venetians and their artefacts enjoyed on the island.
||Venetian Crete; Byzantine art; glasses; every day life items; cross-cultural interaction
||Arts > Art History
||27 Sep 2007
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