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Jahrbuch der Österreichischen Byzantinistik 67/2017



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Arne EFFENBERGER, Die Atik Mustafa Paa Camii und weitere Kirchen zwischen Zeugma und Blachemen

Angeliki KATSIOTI -Georges KIOURTZIAN, L'eglise de Saint-Jean le Theologien de Leros (Dodécanèse) et la dedicace de l'eveque Nikolaos

Manfred KERTSCH, Ein Reflex der zweiten Rede des Pseudo-Demosthenes „Gegen Aristogeiton" (or. 26,3) bei Isidor von Pelusion, ep. 1657

Sebastian KOLDITZ, Byzanz und das Konstanzer Konzil (1414-1418). Beobachtungen zur griechischen Präsenz und zur vorkonziliaren Korrespondenz Sigismunds und Manuels II .

Dirk KRAUSMÜLLER, Athanasius, the Author of Vita A of Athanasius the Athonite, on Secular Education, Legal Theory, Mysticism and Asceticism

Jose MAKSIMCZUK, The Textual Tradition of the Florilegium Hierosolymitanum (and its Relations with the Florilegium Coislinianum)

Petra MELICHAR, Imperial Women as Emissaries, Intermediaries, and Conciliators in the Palaiologan Era

Nicholas MELVANI, The Monastery of Stoudios in the Century

Susanne METAXAS -Paraskevi TRITSAROLI, Gathering the Very Young. A Contribution to Early Byzantine Burial Practises Based on the Contextual Analysis of a Children's Grave Found in Ancient Pallantion (Arcadia, GR)

Martin MULZER, Zum lateinisch-griechischen Glossar von Avranches Claudia RAPP -Eirini AFENTOULIDOU -Daniel GALADZA - Ilias NESSERIS - Giulia RossETTO - Elisabeth SCHIFFER, Byzantine Prayer Books as Sources for Social History and Daily Life Werner SEIBT, Wer war Niketas Nobellisimos und Kornes von Opsikion (8. Jahrhundert)?

Luigi SILVANO, Perche leggere Omero: il prologo all'Odissea di Manuele Gabala nelle due redazioni autografe

Anastasia SIROTENKO, Forgetting the Heretic: the Emperor Heraclius in the Byzantine Liturgical Tradition

Besprechungen

Anastassios Ch. ANTONARAS, Arts, Crafts and Trades in Ancient and Byzantine Thessaloniki . Archaeological, Literary and Epigraphic Evidence (Peter Soustal)

Fozio, Biblioteca Introduzione di Luciano CANFORA; nota sulla tradizione manoscritta di Stefano MICUNCO ( Domenico Accorinti)

Die byzantinischen Häfen Konstantinopels, hrsg. von F. Daim ( Paul Magdalino)

BARTOLOMEO Di SALVO, Chants of the Byzantine Rite: The Italo-Albanian Tradition in Sicily. Canti ecclesiastici della tradizione Italo-Albanese in Sicilia (Gerda Wolfram)

Tim GREENWOOD, The Universal History of Step'anos Tarönec'i. Introduction, Translation and Commentary ( Werner Seibt)

Ravenna. Its Role in earlier medieval change and exchange, ed. J. Herrin - J. Nelson (David Schmid)

Hava and Sali HIDRI, Die frühchristiliche Basilika in Arapjai/Dures (Albanien), hrsg. von Renate Pillinger (Verena Fugger)

Michael KAPLAN, Pourquoi Byzance? Un Empire de once siècles (Peter Schreiner)

Urs PESCHLOW, Ankara. Die bauarchäologischen Hinterlassenschaften aus römischer und byzantinischer Zeit. Mit einem Beitrag von Wolfram Brandes (Ursula Quatember)

Claudia RAPP, Brother-Making in late Antiquity and Byzantium. Monks, Laymen and Christian Ritual (Charis Messis)

HELMUT RIEDL, Mittelalterliche Wehrsiedlungen in der Ägäis und an der nördlichen Adria (Peter Soustal)

Georgii Cedreni Historiarum compendium, edizione critica a cura di Luigi TARTAGLIA (Erich Trapp)

Ionut-Alexandru TUDORIE, Autoritatea imperialä in crizä. Mihail al VIII-lea Paleologul (1258 1282) i raporturi lui bizantin cu Biserica ( Mihai-D. Grigore)

Clement W1NGLER, Construire pour soumettre. L'image du basileus dans la litterature franaise et allemande de des (Zuzana Cernakova)

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Ewald KISLINGER (Hg.)


Jahrbuch der Österreichischen Byzantinistik 67/2017



ISSN 0378-8660
Print Edition
ISSN 1810-536X
Online Edition
ISBN 978-3-7001-8272-6
Print Edition
ISBN 978-3-7001-8357-0
Online Edition
doi:10.1553/joeb67
Jahrbuch der Österreichischen Byzantinistik 67 
2018,  XI + 284 Seiten Text, 29,7x21cm, broschiert
Einzelpreis €  95,-   


Angeliki Katsioti, Georges Kiourtzian
S.  23 - 38
doi:10.1553/joeb67s23

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doi:10.1553/joeb67s23
Abstract:
St. John the Theologian at Lakki, Leros, is a three-aisled domed basilica with traces of several building phases and repairs. The restoration of the church has revealed important elements of its history. The foundations of the original timber- roofed basilica with a narthex were laid on the soft bedrock of the area. The colonnades dividing the aisles incorporated dissimilar columns and capitals, reworked for aesthetic reasons at one of the later stages of intervention; their original provenance is unclear. The church had a synthronon and arched windows. The masonry was irregular, with a light coating of plaster interrupted in places to expose courses of brick on both sides of the wall and the arches of the openings; such was the original decoration of the monument. The plaster was divided into zones decorated with incisions. Its large size, in conjunction with the terracotta decoration, indicates that is was probably an episcopal church, a possibility also supported by the inscription on the marble lintel originally placed over the central west door. This inscription dates from the earliest phase of the building and mentions the year 1082 and the name of a bishop Nicholas as founder. During the first decades of the 13th century, perhaps after an earthquake, the church acquired a cross-vaulted roof with a dome. The façade was remodelled according to the dominant trend of the period. The apse to the left of the sanctuary (prothesis) was rebuilt without the brick courses, and the outside of the building was decorated with chevron patterns. The windows were blocked and the interior was covered with murals, taking advantage of the increased surface made available for painting. Judging from the north aisle—dedicated to the Blessed Christodoulos, the founder of the Patmos Monastery—the painting programme was of special character. The style of the murals, dating from the first half of the 13th century, recalls monuments of Rhodes, such as St. Michael at Thari and St. Phanourios in the medieval town, which possibly reflect the art of the Byzantine empire of Nicaea. The third important modification of the church, dating from the post-Byzantine period, involved the walling of both colonnades, the blocking of three out of the four windows of the dome and the construction of a wall dividing the sanctuary from the nave. At this time the murals were badly damaged, since a pale plaster coating covered much of the interior.

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Arne EFFENBERGER, Die Atik Mustafa Paa Camii und weitere Kirchen zwischen Zeugma und Blachemen

Angeliki KATSIOTI -Georges KIOURTZIAN, L'eglise de Saint-Jean le Theologien de Leros (Dodécanèse) et la dedicace de l'eveque Nikolaos

Manfred KERTSCH, Ein Reflex der zweiten Rede des Pseudo-Demosthenes „Gegen Aristogeiton" (or. 26,3) bei Isidor von Pelusion, ep. 1657

Sebastian KOLDITZ, Byzanz und das Konstanzer Konzil (1414-1418). Beobachtungen zur griechischen Präsenz und zur vorkonziliaren Korrespondenz Sigismunds und Manuels II .

Dirk KRAUSMÜLLER, Athanasius, the Author of Vita A of Athanasius the Athonite, on Secular Education, Legal Theory, Mysticism and Asceticism

Jose MAKSIMCZUK, The Textual Tradition of the Florilegium Hierosolymitanum (and its Relations with the Florilegium Coislinianum)

Petra MELICHAR, Imperial Women as Emissaries, Intermediaries, and Conciliators in the Palaiologan Era

Nicholas MELVANI, The Monastery of Stoudios in the Century

Susanne METAXAS -Paraskevi TRITSAROLI, Gathering the Very Young. A Contribution to Early Byzantine Burial Practises Based on the Contextual Analysis of a Children's Grave Found in Ancient Pallantion (Arcadia, GR)

Martin MULZER, Zum lateinisch-griechischen Glossar von Avranches Claudia RAPP -Eirini AFENTOULIDOU -Daniel GALADZA - Ilias NESSERIS - Giulia RossETTO - Elisabeth SCHIFFER, Byzantine Prayer Books as Sources for Social History and Daily Life Werner SEIBT, Wer war Niketas Nobellisimos und Kornes von Opsikion (8. Jahrhundert)?

Luigi SILVANO, Perche leggere Omero: il prologo all'Odissea di Manuele Gabala nelle due redazioni autografe

Anastasia SIROTENKO, Forgetting the Heretic: the Emperor Heraclius in the Byzantine Liturgical Tradition

Besprechungen

Anastassios Ch. ANTONARAS, Arts, Crafts and Trades in Ancient and Byzantine Thessaloniki . Archaeological, Literary and Epigraphic Evidence (Peter Soustal)

Fozio, Biblioteca Introduzione di Luciano CANFORA; nota sulla tradizione manoscritta di Stefano MICUNCO ( Domenico Accorinti)

Die byzantinischen Häfen Konstantinopels, hrsg. von F. Daim ( Paul Magdalino)

BARTOLOMEO Di SALVO, Chants of the Byzantine Rite: The Italo-Albanian Tradition in Sicily. Canti ecclesiastici della tradizione Italo-Albanese in Sicilia (Gerda Wolfram)

Tim GREENWOOD, The Universal History of Step'anos Tarönec'i. Introduction, Translation and Commentary ( Werner Seibt)

Ravenna. Its Role in earlier medieval change and exchange, ed. J. Herrin - J. Nelson (David Schmid)

Hava and Sali HIDRI, Die frühchristiliche Basilika in Arapjai/Dures (Albanien), hrsg. von Renate Pillinger (Verena Fugger)

Michael KAPLAN, Pourquoi Byzance? Un Empire de once siècles (Peter Schreiner)

Urs PESCHLOW, Ankara. Die bauarchäologischen Hinterlassenschaften aus römischer und byzantinischer Zeit. Mit einem Beitrag von Wolfram Brandes (Ursula Quatember)

Claudia RAPP, Brother-Making in late Antiquity and Byzantium. Monks, Laymen and Christian Ritual (Charis Messis)

HELMUT RIEDL, Mittelalterliche Wehrsiedlungen in der Ägäis und an der nördlichen Adria (Peter Soustal)

Georgii Cedreni Historiarum compendium, edizione critica a cura di Luigi TARTAGLIA (Erich Trapp)

Ionut-Alexandru TUDORIE, Autoritatea imperialä in crizä. Mihail al VIII-lea Paleologul (1258 1282) i raporturi lui bizantin cu Biserica ( Mihai-D. Grigore)

Clement W1NGLER, Construire pour soumettre. L'image du basileus dans la litterature franaise et allemande de des (Zuzana Cernakova)



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