10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «KAMELAUKION»
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The King's Body: Sacred Rituals of Power in Medieval and ...
"apostolicus pontifex cum camelaucum, ut solitus est Romae procedere" (the
pope, with the kamelaukion as usual when in Rome), entered into
Constantinople in the year 708. The kamelaukion was a tall conical white silk cap
used as the ...
Catalogue of the Byzantine Coins in the Dumbarton Oaks ...
It is still worn by Alexius I in coinage, and in manuscripts, but in the latter, at least,
he is the last to wear it, for by the reigns of John II and Manuel I, the typical
Comnenian kamelaukion form, with its high, hemispherical cap, also to be seen
in an ...
Michael F. Hendy, Alfred Raymond Bellinger, 1999
The Embodied Icon: Liturgical Vestments and Sacramental ...
39 Piltz points to its appearance in the frontispiece miniatures of the Barberini
Psalter, (Kamelaukion et mitra, 62), although this is a problematic instance
because of heavy late overpainting. J. Anderson, P. Canart, and C. Walter, The
Theoderic and the Roman Imperial Restoration
By the sixth century, moreover, diadems were beginning to resemble enclosed
crowns, and other types of imperial headgear, such as the kamelaukion and
modiolos, were beginning to make an appearance. See Piltz (1977) and
Mosaici Di Santa Maria Dell'Ammiraglio a Palermo
All the indications are that by this time the open diadem had been replaced there
by the closed crown commonly referred to as a kamelaukion?61 Indeed, Josef
Deer has argued that the Norman king too adopted the kamelaukion as his ...
The Iron Crown and Imperial Europe: In search of the ...
151. Fariou Campanati 1982, p. 389, Fig. 338 and diagram pp. 422-423. 152.
The kamelaukion seems to have inspired, together with the "triumphal," the "
Justinian" head-dress mentioned in the mid 14th century Pseudo-Codino: Piltz
Graziella Buccellati, Tim Parks, Jolly Snapp, 1999
Emperor and Priest: The Imperial Office in Byzantium
[Herakleios] raised the latter to the dignity of caesar by placing on his head that
same kamelaukion. Then the very glorious patricians were summoned according
to tradition and entered the Augusteus. and they received the senior emperor ...
Heraclius, Emperor of Byzantium
His kamelaukion [a kind of cap or head covering] was removed from his head
and the imperial crown was placed on his head. There was prayer for the
despotes David as the kamelaukion was placed on his head as he ascended to
the rank of ...
The Oneirocriticon of Achmet: A Medieval Greek and Arabic ...
For this meaning of kamelaukion, see Leo Sapiens, Tacita 19.42, and Georgius
Cedrenus, I, i, 297. 1 4. Variant forms like kamelaukion, kamelakion, and
kamelaukin appear throughout Byzantine authors. 327. Parisian dreambook 163.
Steven M. Oberhelman, 1991
Hungary's Long Nineteenth Century: Constitutional and ...
... fifteenth centuries, the late twelfth century being the favourite.21Nor is there, so
far as one can see, consensus as regards the type of the assembled crown; is it a
stephanos, a stemma or kamelaukion?22 The assembled diadem, as a whole, ...
Laszlo Péter, Miklós Lojkó, 2012