Miljenko Jurkovic

Miljenko Jurkovic
University of Zagreb · Department of Art History

PhD

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Education
October 1986 - December 1990
University of Zagreb
Field of study
  • medieval art history

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Analyzing the opus of an early medieval sculptor, the "Master of Bale Capitals", the author is giving arguments to prove that he is also the architect of the abbey church in Bale, improving the knoledge of the organization of a "chantier de construction" in the early middle ages.
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The author gives a possible reconstruction of the facade decoration of the church of St Peter's Abbey in Osor (island Cres, Croatia), dated to the first half of the 11th century.
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The authors deliver a short history of the project Corpus Architecturae religiosae europeae (IV-X saec.), begun in 2001: the corpus aims to catalogue the religious buildings of Europe between the 4th and the very beginning of the 11th c. Not only will the corpus be an unified catalogue of all European late antique and early medieval ecclesiastical...
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This is the first call for the 29th IRCLAMA colloquium.
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The 27 th IRCLAMA colloquium Liturgical installations and their sculpture (4-15 c.) that was scheduled for May 28 th-31 st is being postponed indefinitely, either for the end of the year, or the beginning of 2021. The participants will be informed on time on the new dates. There will also be a second call for papers. In the meantime, you are welcom...
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Kao što naznačuje njegov podnaslov, panel je priređen s ciljem da se retrospektivno i analitički razmotri provedba dugoročnih strateških projekata i programa povijesnoumjetničke struke u Hrvatskoj nakon Drugoga svjetskog rata. Rad na tim projektima podrazumijeva razvi-janje ključnih modela istraživanja, obrade i prezentacije nacionalne umjetničke b...
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There are different expressions of Cultural Heritage, from material to intangible heritage, whereas the term Cultural Heritage many times encompasses the main category of immovable Cultural Heri-tage (buildings, monuments, archaeological sites...). All over Europe, Heritage Buildings (HBs) attract millions of visitors every year. Being a part of pa...
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HAM 25/1 and HAM 25/2 table of contents
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Program of the 26th IRCLAMA colloquium, Poreč, May 30 - June 2, 2019
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Byzantine Istria was conquered by the Carolingians in 788, after they had defeated the Lombards in 774. That fact, even if the exact year is not certain, had until the 1990s no echoing in the interpretation of the landscape provided by monumental art and architecture in this geographic area. Instead, it was fully perceived as a Byzantine landscape,...
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A relatively recent and negative phenomenon of rapid and extensive transformation of the eastern Adriatic coast has annihilated much of its historical landscape, often resulting in total negation of the original context of the monuments, sometimes even in their destruction. Contemporary remote sensing technologies and non-invasive methods of digita...
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The term Adrio-Byzantinism was popularised in the Croatian scientific literature after the publication of the book “History of Salonitan Christianity” by the Danish architect and archaeologist Ejnar Dyggve in 19511. Since then, the term is being used in various contexts and has, with time, acquired meanings that are inconsistent with Dyggve’s origi...
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Program of the 25th colloquium of the International Research Center for Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages
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The article gives the current state of the art of the Corpus architecturae religiosae Europeae (IV-X saec.) in Croatia. In the last few years work has been concentrated on the online wiki-bridge platform. The catalogue entries forms were translated to Croatian and English, the lists of monuments to be analysed created. Preliminary work on literatur...
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International Research Center for Late Antiquity and Middle ages CALL FOR PAPERS: 25th IRCLAMA colloquium, Poreč, May 22th- 27th 2018 topics: 1. A Quarter Century of Medieval Art History in Europe, between Two Centuries: Critical Approaches (On the Occasion of the 25th Anniversary of Hortus artium medievalium 2. Papacy, Empire, and Architectural...
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Contributions in honour of Alain Erlande-Brnadenburg, with an interview with Alain by A. Timbert and two bio-biblio introductions by M. Jurković and X. Barral i Altet
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Preliminary results of the first excavation campaigns at the site of Saint Lawrence in Banjol on the island of Rab are presented. These excavations revealed the remains of two consecutive churches, a large Late Antique and a smaller medieval one. An in situ grave and a secondary skeletal mass burial were also discovered. Finds of stone sculptural d...
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Conference program, Pula, 25-28 May 2017
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International Research Center for late antiquity and middle ages Call for paper 2017
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Short survey of the artistic heritage of Croatia from prehistory till today
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conference programme: 28e reunion pour l'Antiquite tardive 23rd IRCLAMA colloquium - Living and dying in the cloister. Monastic life from the 5th to the 11th c.
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23rd IRCLAMA colloquium, Zadar, May 29th to June 3rd 2016 topic: Living and dying in the cloister. Monastic life from the 5th to the 11th c. topic 2: Transfers of forms, functions, materials, works of art in the 6th century
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Results of the 2015 archaeological campaign of the 11th century monastery of St Peter, Osor, island of Cres, Croatia
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32 contributions on the occasion of the 70th birthday of Igor Fisković
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In the 11th c. the Croatian kingdom forms a boudary zone between the great powers, on one hand Byzantium that is phasing out of the eastern Adriatic, on the other hand the increasingly aggressive politics of Venice, of the Papal States and of the Holy Empire. By mid-century, after the schism of 1054, Croatia is the last space devoted to the Western...
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During the 2014 campaign exhaustive excavations of the early medieval mausoleum and monastic tombs situated between the mausoleum and the bell tower south of the abbey church of St Peter in Osor were completed. The results of the excavation of the interior of the reduced church revealed several floor levels that are contemporary to the Romanesque b...
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Paper summarises all of the research conducted on the promontory of Kaštelina near Kmpor on the island of Rab. Four campaign have yielded with more evidence demonstrating what once occupied the promontory. Three teams (Padova, Lille, Zagreb) were working in different sectors of this extensive site. And although the site was chosen for the research...
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Early byzantine fortress with the church of Saint Cosmas and Damian, overlooking the modern Barbat, near the ton of Raba (ancient Arba), was obviously part of the large system of Byzantine fortresses defending and overlooking the maritime route through the Adriatic from the age of Emperor Justinian. In the context of the island of Rab it is complem...
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The article gives the final results of the eleven years long archaeological survey of the medieval settlement Guran and its surroundings.
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Two protohistoric Liburnian graves are the most ancient structures discovered in this year’s campaign which was essentially focused on the sector IV, south of the abbey church of Saint Peter in Osor. This area is particularly rich in medieval built tombs of the monastic cemetery that developed next to the church and a mausoleum. The precise datatio...
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The article gives the final results of the eleven years long archaeological survey of the medieval settlement Guran and its surroundings. The fortified settlement was founded after the Carolingian occupation of Istria at the end of the 8th century, as well as the church of St Simeon, containing a privileged burial. In the large three nave basilica...
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A short history of Croatian art (in Croatian)