Katalikų dvasininkų batelių kolekcijos restauravimas

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Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Katalikų dvasininkų batelių kolekcijos restauravimas
Alternative Title:
Restoration of the collection of Catholic priests’ shoes
In the Journal:
Lietuvos dailės muziejaus metraštis [LDM metraštis]. 2007, t. 10, p. 177-184
Keywords:
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Šiluva; Lietuva (Lithuania); Apsauga ir restauravimas / Preservation and restoration; Bažnyčia / Church; Kapinynai. Pilkapiai / Barrow. Burials; Šventieji / Saints; Bažnyčia / Church.
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LTReikšminiai žodžiai: Batai; Bazilika; Dvasininkai; Katalikų bažnyčia; Katalikų dvasininkų batelių kolekcija; 18 amžius; Palaidojimai; Restauracija; Restauravimas; Šiluva; Švč. Mergelės Marijos Gimimo; Burials; Catholic Church; Clergy; Lithuanian XVIII c. history; Restoration; Shoe; The Church of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary; The Collection of Catholic Priests Shoes; Šiluva.

ENThe collection comprised of rather rare in Lithuania and interesting exhibits arrived from the Church of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary in Šiluva. Among them sumptuous mid 18,h c. - early 19th c. Catholic priests’ shoes made of alum, vegetable and mixed tannaged leather, velvet, silk, embroidered in silk thread, silver or gold or silver-gilt strands, posuments from silver-gilt thread and decorative foil details as well as colour ribbons. As early as the 6th c. some of everyday clothes more and more often reflected the character of priests’ garments, acquired a certain meaning and became symbols. Secular garments gradually underwent some changes, whereas liturgical vestments, among them footwear, preserved traditional old forms. It led to the formation of the standard liturgical vestments in the 12th c. Later only their cutting and decoration showed some alterations. The same rules held true for chasubles, copes, stoles, bishop mitres, gloves as well as for the decoration of the footwear. In the Byzantine period and the early Middle Ages the term campagus came to express ritual shoes worn by priests, first of all by bishops. Later they were called sandalija. The variety of materials, the complexity of forms and the high decay level of the exhibit dictated the selection of restoration methods and the solution of problems related to them. The article discusses the process of leather and textile cleaning, the methods for deformation flattering, the reinforcement of textiles, the replacement of the missing parts and other problems which arose in the process of restoration. [From the publication]

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