The Virgin at Daphni
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The monastic church at Daphni, about 10 km outside of Athens, is a monument with little documentation attached to it: the date of ca. 1080–1100 usually assigned to the church and its decoration, however likely, is speculative and based on the architecture and style of mosaic decoration rather than archival evidence.
|Title of host publication||The reception of the Virgin in Byzantium|
|Subtitle of host publication||Marian narratives in texts and images|
|Editors||Thomas Arentzen, Mary Cunningham|
|Publication status||Published - Aug 2019|