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Фомин М.В. / Fomin M.V. (2014)
Publisher: NvSU
Journal: Materialy po Arheologii i Istorii Antičnogo i Srednevekovogo Kryma
Languages: Bulgarian
Types: Article
Subjects: базилика, склеп, раннехристианское искусство, crypt, Фреска, basilica, CC1-960, Archaeology, фреска, склеп, базилика, раннехристианское искусство, Херсонес / frescoes, crypt, basilica, early Christian art, Chersoneses, Херсонес / Frescoes, early Christian art
На территории Херсонесского заповедника были открыты памятники раннехристианской монументальной живописи, датируемые 4 в. н.э. К ним относятся расписные склепы и фрески ранней «Базилики 1935 г.». Их изучение позволяет сделать выводы о формирование нового мировоззрения среди горожан. Художественная система была принесена в готовом виде и получила развитие в памятниках Херсонеса. Росписи имеют глубокую смысловую нагрузку и отражают представления о Рае. / At the territory of Chersoneses reserve was found monuments with early Christian monumental murals, it was dated IV century. They included murals crypts and frescoes of early “Basilica 1935”. Studying these monuments leads us to make conclusions about formation of a new worldview among citizens. The art system was brought in finished form and was had developed in the monument at Chersoneses. This paintings have a deep meaning and reflect the views about paradise.

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