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Ejnar Dyggve and Ljubo Karaman: Two ‘Cases’

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  • Slavko Kacunko
Dyggve´s excavations in and around Salona in Dalmatia and Jelling in
east Jutland still serve as the crown witnesses of the Christianization
of today´s Croatia and Denmark and are closely bound to the national
identities in both countries. Dyggve´s convictions of the causal priority
of topological, liturgical and other functional elements over the formal
elements of ‘style’ have led him to defend his continuity-thesis, which
has provoked a fruitful debate since its appearance in the 1920s. The
presented paper picked a complementary context between Denmark
and Croatia as a model for questioning of the cultural continuity,
where the comparative investigation of the life-long collaboration
and competition between the two exact contemporaries Ejnar Dyggve
(1887-1961) and Ljubo Karaman (1886-1971) served as a model.
TitelEJNAR DYGGVE: CREATING CROSSROADS : International conference organized by The Institute of Art History – Cvito Fisković Centre, Split in collaboration with the Department of Arts and Cultural Studies (IKK), University of Copenhagen
RedaktørerSlavko Kacunko, Josko Belamaric
Antal sider4
ForlagInstitute of Art History Croatia (IPU)
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-953-7875-15-2
StatusUdgivet - 2014

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