Jakob, Jelena, and Bogdin – Three Miniatures on the Assigned Theme
Jakob, Jelena i Bogdin – tri minijature na zadanu temu

  • Vladimir Peter Goss
  • Vesna Mikić Arhitektonski fakultet, Sveučilište u Zagrebu, Fra Andrije Kačića Miošića 26, HR - 10000 Zagreb, Hrvatska

Abstract

Building upon the research of cultural anthropologists, archeologists and linguists in the area of the Southern Slavs, in particular in Croatia and Slovenia, the authors offer three examples of so far unnoticed paradigms of the “mythical landscape,” and link them to the phenomenon of the cultural landscape and its creation, as seen by the field of the history of visual art. The cultural landscape could have as its matrix a number of old sacred spots, well correlated with the later important human interventions into the environment, something to be born in mind in any environmental modification. In those terms a few words will be also said about a program at the School of Architecture at Zagreb, applying the new humanist research to study of architecture and design.

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Published
2010-10-18
How to Cite
1.
Goss VP, Mikić V. Jakob, Jelena, and Bogdin – Three Miniatures on the Assigned Theme<br>Jakob, Jelena i Bogdin – tri minijature na zadanu temu</br&gt;. Studia [Internet]. 2010Oct.18 [cited 2022Jan.26];130:43-8. Available from: https://ojs.zrc-sazu.si/sms/article/view/1639
Section
SLOVANSKA MITOLOGIJA – VIRI IN REKONSTRUKCIJE / SLAVIC MYTHOLOGY – SOURCES AND RECONSTRUCTIONS