Porta piscaria (Mutina)

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Archivoltum et supercilium portae piscariae. Nomina haec iuxta personas Arthurianas inscribuntur: ISDERNVS • ARTVS DE BRETANIA • BVRMALTVS • WINLOGEE • MARDOC • CARRADO • GALVAGIN • GALVARIVN • CHE

Porta piscaria, vulgo Porta della pescheria, est aditus septentrionalis ecclesiae cathedralis urbis Mutinae. Ita nuncupatur ob nundinas piscarias extra hanc portam olim actas. Inter annos fere 1099 et 1120 constructa est.

Ad archivoltum portae piscariae videntur anaglypta fabulam de regis Arthuri equitibus narrantia, omnium talium depictionum antiquissima.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Gordon Hall Gerould, "Arthurian Romance and the Date of the Relief at Modena" in Speculum vol. 10 (1935) pp. 355-376
  • M. Amelia Klenke, "Chrétien de Troyes and Twelfth-Century Tradition" in Studies in Philology vol. 62 (1965) pp. 635-646
  • Roger Sherman Loomis, "Modena, Bari, and Hades" in Art Bulletin vol. 6 (1924) pp. 71-74
  • Roger Sherman Loomis, "Geoffrey of Monmouth and the Modena Archivolt: A Question of Precedence" in Speculum vol. 13 (1938) pp. 221-231
  • Roger Sherman Loomis, ed., Arthurian Literature in the Middle Ages (Oxonii: Clarendon Press, 1959) pp. 60-62 et alibi
  • Arthur Kingsley Porter, "Bari, Modena and St.-Gilles" in Burlington Magazine vol. 43 no. 245 (1923) pp. 58-67
  • Marilyn Stokstad, "Modena Archivolt" in Norris J. Lacy, ed., The New Arthurian Encyclopedia (Novi Eboraci: Garland, 1991) pp. 324–326
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