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историчар уметности, Народни музеј у Београду, Београд

ЗЛАТНИ ПРСТЕН ИЗ ЈАЊЕВА У ЗБИРЦИ МУЗЕЈА ПРИМЕЊЕНЕ УМЕТНОСТИ И ЊЕГОВА СРЕБРНА РЕПЛИКА
GOLD RING FROM JANJEVO IN THE COLLECTION OF THE MUSEUM OF APPLIED ART AND ITS SILVER REPLICA

Зборник 9/2013 (Музеј примењене уметности), страна 15-21

УДК:
904:739.2(497.11)"14”
ИД 203966732

Апстракт:
Анализом ликовних симболичних представа и натписа на два прстена који се чувају у Музеју примењене уметности у Београду и у Народном музеју у Пожаревцу долази се до закључка да су ова два прстена представљала венчано прстење; златни је био намењен младожењи, а прстен од сребра невести.

Кључне речи:
Београд, Јањево, Пожаревац, Вими- нацијум, Херкулов чвор, златни прстен, сребрни прстен, венчани прстен, веридбени прстен, прстен са хералдичком представом, натпис на прстену

Summary:
The paper explores the decoration found on two identical rings, one made of gold and the other made of silver. The rings have profiled, octagonal head featuring a coat of arms consisting of a crest in the form of a wolf, a helmet and an escutcheon with inscribed Latin letter P. The wolf is depicted in profile as a standing half-figure with protruded forepaws. The head of the ring is mounted on a neck and shoulders forming a unity, gradually narrowing into a hoop. The wider part in the middle of the hoop is in the form of the Hercules knot. The hoop is entirely fluted, and stylised branches with blossoms are carved on the prominent parts of three-sided shoulders. The inscription which could be translated ”My dear ring” is engraved around the heraldic feature on the head. Inscribed on both sides of the hoop are modified verses from the Gospel of Luke (1:38) which could be translated: ”I am the Lord's maidservant, may it be with me in accordance with your words!” The Hercules knot and the verses spoken by Holy Mother in the Annunciation suggest that these are wedding rings reflecting the trend supported by the Church: the husband should wear a gold ring and the wife an identical silver one.

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