Final Remarks: ArtMedGIS Project: Artistic Exchanges between East and West in the Late Medieval Mediterranean

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Abstract

The aim of these final remarks is to present the results of the European Project Analysis of the Artistic Exchanges in the Medieval Mediterranean between twelfth and fifteenth Centuries through the Geographical Information Systems (GIS): A Critical Review of “Centre” and “Peripheries” (ArtMedGIS Project), framework for this publication. The main goal of this project was to assess the artistic exchanges between different societies and territories in the Late Medieval Mediterranean (between twelfth and fifteenth centuries) through the application of the GIS to the study of three specific artistic elements: the muqarnaṣ, the pointed-horseshoe arches and the Masājid al-Janā’iz. The analysis provided by the GIS has allowed to measure in a numerical way complex political, religious and cultural phenomena concerning diverse exchanges of different Mediterranean societies.

Projeto ArtMedGIS - Analysis of the Artistic Exchanges in the Medieval Mediterranean between 12th and 15th Centuries through the Geographical Information Systems (GIS): A Critical Review of “Centre” and “Peripheries”
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationArtistic and Cultural Dialogues in the Late Medieval Mediterranean
EditorsMaria Marcos Cobaleda
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherPalgrave Macmillan
Pages255-267
Number of pages12
ISBN (Electronic)978-3-030-53366-3
ISBN (Print)978-3-030-53365-6
Publication statusPublished - 2020
EventInternational Workshop of the ArtMedGIS Project - Granada, Granada, Spain
Duration: 13 Nov 201714 Nov 2017
Conference number: 2
http://fabricadesites.fcsh.unl.pt/artmedgis/event/2nd-international-workshop-dialogues-late-medieval-mediterranean-east-west/

Conference

ConferenceInternational Workshop of the ArtMedGIS Project
CountrySpain
CityGranada
Period13/11/1714/11/17
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