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Wednesday, February 10 at 12:00pmVirtual Event
Presenting a part of her master's thesis, Zoey Kambour visually explores the unique illumination style found in the Osma Beatus and asks if the creation of this style is a result of the socio-political events in the Northern Iberian Peninsula in the late eleventh century. Through visual analysis of the individual stylistic elements in the manuscript, she demonstrates that this retention of the native style woven into Roman illumination style reflects the response the Leonese Christian community had to the forced move from the Visigothic to Roman rite.
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