Crusader Sculpture and the So-Called 'Templar Workshop': A Reassessment of Two Carved Panels from the Dome of the Rock in the Haram Al-Sharif Museum in Jerusalem

@article{Hunt2000CrusaderSA,
  title={Crusader Sculpture and the So-Called 'Templar Workshop': A Reassessment of Two Carved Panels from the Dome of the Rock in the Haram Al-Sharif Museum in Jerusalem},
  author={Lucy-Anne Hunt},
  journal={Palestine Exploration Quarterly},
  year={2000},
  volume={132},
  pages={131 - 156}
}
Cet article est consacre a l'etude de deux panneaux de marbre sculptes provenant du Dome du Rocher et conserves au musee de Haram al-Sharif a Jerusalem. Ces oeuvres d'art temoignent de la qualite de l'artisanat au XIIe s. de notre ere. Ces panneaux auraient ete extraits du Temple de Haram et semblent dater des annees 1160. L'A evoque egalement la production et l'utilisation de la sculpture dans le cadre de la renovation des lieux saints par l'Eglise latine au cours du XIIe s. Il avance la… Expand
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