Session1134
TitleMapping Borders and Cultural Heritage beyond the Eye, II
Date/TimeWednesday 6 July 2022: 11.15-12.45
 
SponsorBeyond East and West: Sacred Landscapes of 'Duklja' & 'Raška' / HOLDURA Project, Cultural Heritage in Times of World War I, Österreichischer Austauschdienst (Austrian Agency for Education and Internationalisation), ME 07/2019
 
OrganiserMihailo Popović, Abteilung Byzanzforschung, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
 
Moderator/ChairBranka Vranešević, Department of Art History, University of Belgrade
 
Paper 1134-a Beyond East and West: Sacred Landscapes in the Territory of Today's Montenegro, 11th-14th Centuries
(Language: English)
Mihailo Popović, Abteilung Byzanzforschung, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Index Terms: Byzantine Studies; Computing in Medieval Studies; Ecclesiastical History; Geography and Settlement Studies
Paper 1134-b Modern Cartographic Representations of Medieval Borders and Border Zones
(Language: English)
Markus Breier, Institut für Geographie und Regionalforschung, Universität Wien
Index Terms: Computing in Medieval Studies; Geography and Settlement Studies; Local History
Paper 1134-c Experiencing Historical Landscapes Using Visual Storytelling
(Language: English)
Lukas Neugebauer, Institut für Geographie und Regionalforschung, Universität Wien
Index Terms: Computing in Medieval Studies; Geography and Settlement Studies; Local History
 
AbstractIn this session we will present scholarly results of our ongoing project 'Beyond East and West: Geocommunicating the Sacred Landscapes of 'Duklja' and 'Raška' through Space and Time (11th-14th centuries)' (HOLDURA), being part of the Tabula Imperii Byzantini Balkans. We will present papers on the medieval routes in our area of research, which we have embedded into our project's TIB OpenAtlas Database and which we query via our front-end 'Maps of Power: Historical Atlas of Places, Borderzones and Migration Dynamics in Byzantium (TIB Balkans)'. Moreover, we will highlight possible connections between routes, cults of saints, and the distribution of their churches and monasteries, thus addressing the respective sacred landscape. Very important fields in this session are represented by cartographic aspects as well as state of the art geocommunication.