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A. E. Zhabreva (Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation)

About Some Graphic Sources on the Medieval Costume of the Serbian Nobility

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Pages: 89-97

The article analyzes several pictorial sources — monuments of medieval Serbia fresco painting, allowing to get some idea of the rulers and nobility costume of the 11th—14th centuries. These are mainly reproductions of clerical compositions from the churches and monasteries paintings, identified in historical and art literature, which are analyzed in detail. The author comes to the conclusion that rich costumes and jewelry, changed several times over a certain period, are reliably captured in explicit monuments. Having taken over a century Slavic, Byzantine, Eastern and European influences, the costumes of the Serbian aristocracy were distinguished by originality and deliberate representativeness.

Keywords: Serbia, 11th—14th centuries, medieval costume, pictorial sources, monumental painting, costume history

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Anna Zhabreva
(Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation). Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences. The Russian Academy of Sciences Library. Birzhevaya Liniya St., 1, Saint Petersburg, 199034, Russian Federation
E-mail: [email protected]

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