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Frontiers in Armenia: Hellenistic, Late Antique, Medieval, and Islamic Art (History) in the Caucasus
By Patricia Blessing | May 17, 2016

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In this blog about medieval architecture in Armenia, I will return to two connected questions that I have discussed before. First, I will address the question how classical heritage is integrated in later buildings and, second, I consider once more at the ways in which we define medieval art. Both questions have multiple dimensions that involve ancient and recent history, as well as the historiography of various sub-fields of art history. I certainly do not claim to solve any of these complex questions, but my encounter with late antique and medieval architecture in Armenia has pushed me to reflect again on some of the answers that I have previously given.

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