IMC 2019: Sessions

Session 1344: The Oignies Treasure: Relics between East and West, IV

Wednesday 3 July 2019, 16.30-18.00

Sponsor:Fondation Roi Baudouin / Medieval Research Centre, University of Leicester
Organisers:Fiona Lebecque, Société Archéologique de Namur
Jan Vandeburie, School of Historical Studies, University of Leicester
Moderator/Chair:Fiona Lebecque, Société Archéologique de Namur
Paper 1344-aÀ propos des modèles byzantins de diptyques et de panneaux-reliquaires dans des ateliers de Meuse et en Pologne au Moyen Âge
(Language: Français)
Anna Maria Migdal, École Doctorale Sciences Sociales, Université Lumière Lyon II
Anna Maria Migdal, École Doctorale Sciences Sociales, Université Lumière Lyon II
Anna Maria Migdal, École Doctorale Sciences Sociales, Université Lumière Lyon II
Index terms: Byzantine Studies, Hagiography, Liturgy, Religious Life
Paper 1344-bAn Interdisciplinary Investigation of the Old Russian Icon of St Nicholas of Myra, I
(Language: English)
Mariya Kabanova, Design & Analytical Laboratory, Konstanta, Russia
Mariya Kabanova, Design & Analytical Laboratory, Konstanta, Russia
Mariya Kabanova, Design & Analytical Laboratory, Konstanta, Russia
Index terms: Byzantine Studies, Hagiography, Liturgy, Religious Life
Paper 1344-cAn Interdisciplinary Investigation of the Old Russian Icon of St Nicholas of Myra, II
(Language: English)
Konstantin Voronin, Heritage Foundation, Metropolitan Archaeological Bureau, Moscow
Konstantin Voronin, Heritage Foundation, Metropolitan Archaeological Bureau, Moscow
Konstantin Voronin, Heritage Foundation, Metropolitan Archaeological Bureau, Moscow
Index terms: Byzantine Studies, Hagiography, Liturgy, Religious Life
Abstract

The collection of 13th-century relics, reliquaries, and liturgical artefacts originating from the St. Nicholas priory of Oignies (Belgium) is one of the most complete and intact treasures of its kind. A recent scientific analysis (CROMIOSS) and restauration efforts at the Musée des Arts anciens du Namurois have revived international interest in this collection. These sessions will discuss the Oignies Treasure in all its aspects and explore the context and significance of its artefacts.