White-stone carving in the facade decoration of the Yaroslavl churches in the early 13th century: observations and preliminary conclusions
Автор: Ruzayeva E.I., Engovatova A.V., Yaganov A.V.
Журнал: Краткие сообщения Института археологии @ksia-iaran
Рубрика: Средневековые и славяно-русские древности
Статья в выпуске: 261, 2020 года.
Archaeological excavations of Yaroslavl churches dating to the early 13th century conducted by the Institute of Archaeology, RAS in 2005-2009 revealed a limited number of fragments with white-stone carving. Several fragments of the white-stone carving are also kept in the Yaroslavl museum reserve. The task of this paper is to attribute the found artifacts and, more broadly, raise an issue on application of carved decoration in the churches of Northeastern Rus built from plinth early in the 13th century.
Medieval Russia architecture in the 13th century, Yaroslavl, Assumption and St. Savior Cathedrals, façade decoration of brick buildings, white-stone carving, analysis of its iconography
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