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Mediaeval crucifixes from Ston and its surrounding area

Vinicije B. Lupis orcid id ; Institut društvenih znanosti Ivo Pilar, Dubrovnik

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str. 245-281

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The author deals in his work with a group of forged procession crucifixes and one cross–pacificale from Ston, Mali Ston and Duba Stonska, which date back to the 14th and 15th century. Based on historical sources and comparable material, he points to the problem of the relationship between the goldsmiths of Dubrovnik in the 14th and 15th century and Europe at that time. The procession crucifix from the Church of St. Anne in Mali Ston belongs to an extremely interesting group of crucifixes from the Dubrovnik area and relates to parallel exemplars in Croatia and Italy and the altarpiece from Caorle in Italy. The parish church of St. Anthony the Abbot in Mali Ston holds a procession crucifix from the mid–14th century, which has its closest visual parallel in Basseglia. From the Church of St. Nicholas in Duba Stonska originates the procession crucifix from the end of the 14th century that is linked to a group of crucifixes from the Croatian coast and two regional groups in Italy (Lombard and Venetian–Fiulan). Two procession crucifixes, which are stored in the rectory in Ston and belonged in all likelihood to the Cathedral of St. Blaise in Ston, are extremely valuable creations of Dubrovnik’s goldsmiths in the 14th and 15th century. The small pacificale –crucifix from the former parish church in Stonsko Polje– the Church of the Annunciation (or the so– called Church of our Lady of Luncijata)– is a good example of Gothic goldsmith’s art in the international Gothic style. The crucifix group from Ston is particularly interesting since it is the most numerous group of mediaeval crucifixes in the Croatian South.

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Procession crucifixes, Ston, tetramorphs, St. Anthony the Abbot, Caorle

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