St. Nicholas: His Legends and Iconography
A study of the origin of St. Nicholas in Byzantium and the expansion of his cult to western Europe and North America. It focuses on the saint's changing iconography in art and a better understanding of his historical position in our culture.
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The Iconography of Saint Nicholas in the
The Early Development of His Cult
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