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From Friend to Foe: Byzantium and Venice (c.900-1300)


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From Friend to Foe: Byzantium and Venice (c.900-1300)

A non-accredited history of art course.

Course Code

CLL 17/18_149

Course Dates

2nd October 2017 – 4th December 2017

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Course Description

Venice today displays some of the most beautiful and significant survivals of Byzantine art: the mosaics of the cathedral of San Marco and the churches of the island of Torcello; the precious objects in the cathedral treasury; and the sculpture adorning its buildings. This course will examine, with the help of contemporary documents from both Venice and Byzantium, the nature of the association between the two states, and how this developed in the spheres of diplomacy, economic relations and art.

Rosemary Morris MA DPhil FRHistSoc

Term: Autumn

Day: Monday

Start Date: 02 October 2017

Time: 7-9pm

No. of weeks: 10

Course fee: £74.00

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