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Modestia est signum Sapientiae

This collective, multilingual monograph is conceived as a mosaic of diverse texts representing a spectrum of methodological approaches and current views on the issue of monument conservation and medieval art. Thematically and temporally, it ranges widely between studies devoted to medieval architecture, the reception of artwork in the Middle Ages, castellology, surveys of national heritage, and editions of medieval written sources on the history of art and their relevance.

Kateřina Dolejší, Ondřej Haničák (eds.)

First edition, in Czech, Polish, German, English, English summary, 424 p.p., colour illustrations, Prague: Artefactum, Institute of Art History, Czech Academy of Sciences - Silesian University in Opava 2021.

ISBN 978-80-88283-46-1 (Institute of Art History, Czech Academy of Sciences)

ISBN 978-80-7510-436-6 (Silesian University in Opava) 



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