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Mathews and Taylor, Armenian Gospels of Gladzor
Art and Art History
  • Kathleen Maxwell, Santa Clara University
Document Type
Book Review
Publication Date
8-18-2002
Publisher
The Medieval Review
Abstract
The Armenian Gospels of Gladzor is an exhibition catalogue featuring the deluxe fourteenth-century manuscript of the same name from the Young Research Library at UCLA. This exhibition coincided with the celebration in 2001 of the seventeen-hundredth anniversary of the establishment of the Armenian Church and with the conservation of the Gladzor Gospels in which it was disbound, offering a unique opportunity to view its Canon Tables, Evangelist portraits, incipit pages, marginalia, and fifty-four narrative miniatures. The manuscript derives its name from the Gladzor monastery in Greater Armenia where the manuscript was completed.
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This is a copy of the original article as published in the journal The Medieval Review, with permission of the journal.

Citation Information
Maxwell, Kathleen. Review of Thomas F. Mathews and Alice Taylor, The Armenian Gospels of Gladzor: The Life of Christ Illuminated (J. Paul Getty Museum, 2001) for The Medieval Review (on-line; August 30, 2002).