Reforming Church Space: Altarpieces and Their Functions in Early Modern Transylvania

in Church History and Religious Culture
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Abstract

Focused on an analysis of surviving late medieval religious art in Transylvanian Lutheran churches, this study wishes to explore the ways in which these images were presented to and viewed by the congregations after the Reformation of the Saxon community. The article considers the connection between these artifacts and the ritual context that framed them whilst assessing their ability to shape different patterns of piety and a new confessional identity. Drawing mostly on visual evidence, the study also relies on an exploration of the records of the synods of the Transylvanian Lutheran Church in order to understand this newly forged religious culture.

Church History and Religious Culture

Formerly: Nederlands Archief voor Kerkgeschiedenis

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