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Finds of Stone Church Furniture from the Church of St. Stephan in Golubić near Knin

Ante Uglešić ; Odjel za arheologiju Sveučilišta u Zadru, Zadar, Hrvatska

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In this paper, the author originally announces and analyses fragments of
stone church furniture from the Church of St. Stephan in Golubić near Knin,
discovered during restoration works conducted in the years 2009, 2010, 2014
and 2015. From this church, only one fragment of the architrave of the enclosure
of the sanctuary, approximately dated to the 9th century, has been known
so far. The six newly discovered fragments offer a possibility for more accurate
dating of the creation and restoration thereof. The earliest phase, connected
with Early Christianity, was undoubtedly followed by two pre-Romanesque
phases, out of which the first one is connected to the so-called Trogir stonemason’s
workshop and the first quarter of the 9th century, whereas the second
may be linked to the so-called Benedictine stone-mason’s workshop of Duke
Branimir’s era, i.e. the final quarter of the 9th century.

Ključne riječi

Golubić; church of St. Stephan; Trogir stone-mason’s workshop; Benedictine stone-mason’s workshop of Duke Branimir’s era; Early Christianity; pre-Romanesque art.

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