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Clothing as a Symbol of Charity and Soul Salvation in Late Medieval Kotor (Cattaro)
(Belgrade : Institute for Balkan Studies, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 2008)
Religious practices in late medieval Kotor included charitable acts of donating clothes to the poor as a form of imitatio Christi. The model of charity for the faithful to follow was set in the vitae of widely-favoured ...
The Sixteenth-century Altar Painting of the Cattaran (Kotor) Fraternity of Leather-makers
(Belgrade : Institute for Balkan Studies, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 2009)
The altar painting that the Cattaran Fraternity of Leather-makers commissioned from the Venetian painter Girolamo da Santa Croce in the first half of the sixteenth century contains the images of Sts Bartholomew, George and ...