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The consular diptychs and the limits of iconology - CECILIA OLOVSDOTTER, THE CONSULAR IMAGE. AN ICONOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE CONSULAR DIPTYCHS (John and Erica Hedges Lt. BAR International Series 1376, Oxford.
The consular diptychs and the limits of iconology - CECILIA OLOVSDOTTER, THE CONSULAR IMAGE. Pp. iv + 238, pls. 25. ISBN 1 84171 705 3. £52. Anthony Cutler (a1). Pennsylvania State University, [email protected]
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Dissertation: The consular diptychs : an iconological study. Author: Cecilia Olovsdotter; Göteborgs Universitet.
Olovsdotter, Cecilia. BAR international series ; 1376. Dissertation Note: Revised P. thesis - Göteborg University, 2003. Publication, Distribution, et. Oxford. John and Erica Hedges Lt. (c)2005. Physical Description: iv, 238 . p. of plates : il. ;, 30 cm. Series Statement: BAR international series ; 1376. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references. Uniform Title: BAR international series ; 1376.
Olovsdotter, . The consular image. Olovsdotter, . ‘Architecture and the spheres of the human universe in late antique art’ (forthcoming). An iconological study of the consular diptychs, (British Archaeological Reports International Series 1376), Oxford 2005. ‘45. Konsulardiptychon’, in Der heilige Schatz im Dom zu Halberstadt, eds. H. Meller, I. Mundt & . Schmul, Regensburg 2008, 164-165.
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One of the consular diptychs of Areobindus Dagalaiphus Areobindus .
One of the consular diptychs of Areobindus Dagalaiphus Areobindus, consul in 506, showing him in an imago clipeata (Louvre). In Late Antiquity, a consular diptych was a type of diptych intended as a de-luxe commemorative object. The diptychs were generally in ivory, wood or metal and decorated with rich relief sculpture. Consular diptych of Magnus, who was consul of Constantinople in 518. He sits between figures representing Rome and Constantinople. The simpler examples were probably produced as a series from models prepared in advance, with the more sophisticated (and thus more expensive) diptychs reserved for the inner circle of the Roman aristocracy.
Detail from Consular Diptych of Orestes, 530 (plate 7). DOI: 1. 111/j. x Art History ISSN 0141-6790 33 5 December 2010 pages 742-765.