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dc.contributor.authorCoppo di Marcovaldo
dc.date.accessioned2022-01-20T12:56:50Z
dc.date.available2022-01-20T12:56:50Z
dc.date.end1299
dc.date.start1200
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.14008/1169
dc.description<p>(Ed.ne Alinari) No 17246 Florence - Baptistery. Hell, detail of the mosaic of the dome (13th century). The representation of Hell is dominated by the figure of the great horned Devil, seated on an inflamed throne. The Devil crunches a man; from his ears two snakes come out and bite the damned. Monsters in the shape of a snake, a frog or a lizard come out of his body and rage on the damned, who are trampled by the Devil. Animals, that devour the damned, feed the insatiable nature of the Devil.</p>
dc.format.mediumstone (worked rock)
dc.language.isozxx
dc.sourcehttps://cmc.byzart.eu/items/show/1178/
dc.titleFirenze - Battistero. L'inferno, particolare del mosaico della cupola (XIII secolo). (Ed.ne Alinari) No 17246
dc.typeimage
dc.type.materialandtechniqueinlay (process)
dc.type.physicalmosaics (visual works)
dc.rights.licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/4.0/
dc.relation.fondUNIBO Bovini Archive
dc.coverage.temporalperiodWestern Middle Ages
dc.contributor.providerAMSHistorica - University of Bologna
dc.contributor.intermediateproviderBYZART Project
dc.contributor.dataproviderUniversity of Bologna
dc.relation.placeBattistero di Firenze, Italy
dc.subject.iconclasshttp://iconclass.org/11TT1%28%2B4%29
dc.type.magbiblevelm
dc.relation.projectBYZART Project
dc.type.coarResource Types::image::still image
item.treefondsrootBYZART. Byzantine art and archaeology
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