Subtle bodies : representing angels in Byzantium /
Explores the strategies used by Byzantine artists to represent the incorporeal forms of angels and the rationalizations in defence of their representations mustered by theologians in the face of iconoclastic opposition. These problems of representation provide a window on Late Antique thought.
|Main Author:||Peers, Glenn.|
University of California Press,
Transformation of the classical heritage ;
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BR238 .P42 2001eb