Query : unction
- Cassidy, Catherine Anne1
- Gunnarsson, Skúli1
- Kennedy, Sarah1
- María Luisa Martín Ansón1
- Miller, Alan1
- Oliver, Iain1
- Pavićević Aleksandra B.1
- Siddons, Michael1
- Vicki-Marie Petrick1
- Wénin, André1
- Art and Art History2
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology1
- Archaeology and Prehistory1
Unctio : la peinture comme sacrement dans la Pietà de Giovanni Bellini à la Pinacothèque Vaticane
This article addresses specifically and in depth the cornice panel of the Crowning of the Virgin still kept in Pesaro from which it was separated. We look at its particular iconography that could better be qualified as a scene of an Unction of Christ. Our goal is to understand Giovanni Bellini’s cho...
Liturgical Vessels for Baptism and the Holy Unction, Two Sacraments of Life
Baptism and Holy Unction are two mile stones in the life of a Christian as by means of these sacraments he is accepted as a member of the Christian Church, and prepared for his transit to eternal life. Both require ceremonial observances of specific symbolical content and they call for an appropriat...
The role of David (1 S 16,1-13), a story about Samuel?
in the bissures, the short story of 1 S 16,1-16 receives a title referring to David’s function. However, while the episode does pave the way on this essential act for the future of the narrative, from a narrative point of view, his main character is the prophet Samuel, who has been present on the sc...
The White Angel: Where he sits and what he does?: An example of construction and reconstruction of a tradition
The question of "invented traditions" became very popular among academics of various backgrounds, especially among anthropologists and ethnologists. It becomes almost a rule to proclaim that such and such custom or cultural element belongs in fact to "the invented tradition", made up by some power g...
Skriðuklaustur Monastery – 1550 Reconstruction
The Skriðuklaustur cloister was the last one to be founded during Iceland’s Catholic period, i.e. shortly before the country’s 16th-century Reformation. It was thus active for less than six decades, and could scarcely be said to have flourished for more than about four decades. The deed of gift is s...
Regalia and UK ceremonies
This communication deals with UK Regalia and ceremonies. It begins with a brief reminder of the fate of the Welsh and Scottish Regalia when King Edouard of England conquered these countries, before talking about the history of Scotland’s regalia and ceremonies after the return of independence. The b...