Zum ‚Zitieren’︁ in der mittelalterlichen Architektur

  title={Zum ‚Zitieren’︁ in der mittelalterlichen Architektur},
  author={Hans-Peter Glimme},
  journal={Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte},
About ‘citation’ in medieval architecture. ‐ The knowledge of art‐historical terms deriving from linguistics, especially concerning the term ‘citation’, is methodologically interesting. In the first instance, it is necessary to take a look at the meaning of the term regarding the history of architecture. The next step turns to the development of the linguistic model of the Indo‐European language and its influence on art‐historical vocabulary. The aspect of language starts with a remark on… Expand
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