Los canecillos de la Capilla del Cementerio de San Juan del Hospital de Valencia
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Los canecillos de la Capilla del Cementerio de San Juan del Hospital de Valencia

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Los canecillos de la Capilla del Cementerio de San Juan del Hospital de Valencia

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dc.contributor.author Díaz García, Emilio Jesús es
dc.date.accessioned 2021-02-08T09:56:38Z
dc.date.available 2021-02-08T09:56:38Z
dc.date.issued 2020 es
dc.identifier.uri https://hdl.handle.net/10550/77675
dc.description.abstract In the medieval cemetery of the Historic Site of San Juan del Hospital of Valencia is housed a small funeral chapel founded in the late thirteenth century by the knight Arnau de Romaní. Along its cornice there are a series of heads of animals and humans that are one of the few sculptural vestiges inserted into the Romanesque iconographic tradition that are preserved in the city. So far they have not aroused the interest of specialists and no one has dedicated a detailed study to these curious and interesting images located in the marginal spaces of such a beautiful building. This article aims to complete this gap addressing the study of the corbels of the small temple, projecting a thematic tour both for its iconography and for its symbolic and functional meaning. es
dc.source Díaz García, Emilio Jesús. Los canecillos de la Capilla del Cementerio de San Juan del Hospital de Valencia. En: Archivo de arte valenciano, 101 2020: 9-26 es
dc.subject 0211-5808 9678 Archivo de arte valenciano 564145 2020 101 7707052 Los canecillos de la Capilla del Cementerio de San Juan del Hospital de Valencia Díaz García es
dc.subject Emilio Jesús In the medieval cemetery of the Historic Site of San Juan del Hospital of Valencia is housed a small funeral chapel founded in the late thirteenth century by the knight Arnau de Romaní. Along its cornice there are a series of heads of animals and humans that are one of the few sculptural vestiges inserted into the Romanesque iconographic tradition that are preserved in the city. So far they have not aroused the interest of specialists and no one has dedicated a detailed study to these curious and interesting images located in the marginal spaces of such a beautiful building. This article aims to complete this gap addressing the study of the corbels of the small temple es
dc.subject projecting a thematic tour both for its iconography and for its symbolic and functional meaning. Iglesia de San Juan del Hospital / Hospitalarios / Canecillos / Escultura / Románico es
dc.subject Church of San Juan del Hospital / Hospitalers / Corbels / Sculpture / Romanesque. 9 26 es
dc.title Los canecillos de la Capilla del Cementerio de San Juan del Hospital de Valencia es
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/article en
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion en
dc.subject.unesco UNESCO::CIENCIAS DE LAS ARTES Y LAS LETRAS es
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