Book of Hours ascribed to Queen Eleanor of Portugal:

iconografic reading of the edges and their relationship with the donor

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMedieval Europe in Motion. The circulation of artists, images, patterns and ideas from the Mediterranean to the Atlantic coast (6th -15th centuries)
Subtitle of host publicationProceedings of the International Conference (Lisbon, April 18-20 2013)
EditorsMaria Alessandra Bilotta
Place of PublicationPalermo
PublisherOfficina di studi Medievali de Palermo
Pagesn/a
ISBN (Print)978-88-6485-106-8
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 2015

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Custódio, D. M. R. M. D. S. E. (Accepted/In press). Book of Hours ascribed to Queen Eleanor of Portugal: iconografic reading of the edges and their relationship with the donor. In M. A. Bilotta (Ed.), Medieval Europe in Motion. The circulation of artists, images, patterns and ideas from the Mediterranean to the Atlantic coast (6th -15th centuries): Proceedings of the International Conference (Lisbon, April 18-20 2013) (pp. n/a). Palermo: Officina di studi Medievali de Palermo.
Custódio, Delmira Maria Rita Martins dos Santos Espada. / Book of Hours ascribed to Queen Eleanor of Portugal: iconografic reading of the edges and their relationship with the donor. Medieval Europe in Motion. The circulation of artists, images, patterns and ideas from the Mediterranean to the Atlantic coast (6th -15th centuries): Proceedings of the International Conference (Lisbon, April 18-20 2013). editor / Maria Alessandra Bilotta. Palermo : Officina di studi Medievali de Palermo, 2015. pp. n/a
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Custódio, DMRMDSE 2015, Book of Hours ascribed to Queen Eleanor of Portugal: iconografic reading of the edges and their relationship with the donor. in MA Bilotta (ed.), Medieval Europe in Motion. The circulation of artists, images, patterns and ideas from the Mediterranean to the Atlantic coast (6th -15th centuries): Proceedings of the International Conference (Lisbon, April 18-20 2013). Officina di studi Medievali de Palermo, Palermo, pp. n/a.

Book of Hours ascribed to Queen Eleanor of Portugal: iconografic reading of the edges and their relationship with the donor. / Custódio, Delmira Maria Rita Martins dos Santos Espada.

Medieval Europe in Motion. The circulation of artists, images, patterns and ideas from the Mediterranean to the Atlantic coast (6th -15th centuries): Proceedings of the International Conference (Lisbon, April 18-20 2013). ed. / Maria Alessandra Bilotta. Palermo : Officina di studi Medievali de Palermo, 2015. p. n/a.

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Custódio DMRMDSE. Book of Hours ascribed to Queen Eleanor of Portugal: iconografic reading of the edges and their relationship with the donor. In Bilotta MA, editor, Medieval Europe in Motion. The circulation of artists, images, patterns and ideas from the Mediterranean to the Atlantic coast (6th -15th centuries): Proceedings of the International Conference (Lisbon, April 18-20 2013). Palermo: Officina di studi Medievali de Palermo. 2015. p. n/a