Introduction / Alina Payne -- Part I. Mobility and history -- The view from the land : Austrian art historians and the interpretation of Croatian art / Suzanne Marchand -- Evliya Celebi in Dalmatia : an Ottoman traveler's encounters with the arts of the Franks / Cemal Kafadar -- The imprimatur of decadence : Robert Adam and the imperial Palatine tradition / Erika Naginski -- Part II. The Mediterranean imagination -- From Solomon's Temple to Hagia Sophia : a metaphorical journey for Andrea Mantegna / Marzia Faietti -- The thin white line : Palladio, white cities and the Adriatic imagination / Alina Payne -- Hospitality and hostility in 16th-century art literary sources on the Mediterranean / David Young Kim -- Part III. Things that move : textiles -- The Byzantine Peplos in Genova : "the object as event" / Ioli Kalavrezou -- Architecture for the body : some reflections on the mobility of textiles and the fate of the so-called Chasuble of Saint Thomas -- Becket in the Cathedral of Fermo in Italy / Avinoam Shalem -- Cloth and geography : town planning and architectural aspects of the first industry in Dubrovnik in the 15th century / Josko Belamaric -- Part IV. Portability and networks -- Connectivity, mobility, and Mediterranean "portable archaeology" : pashas from the Dalmatian hinterland as cultural mediators / Gulru Necipoglu -- The influence of building materials on architectural design : Dalmatian stone at the cathedrals in Korcula and Sibenik / Goran Niksic -- Between quarry and magic : the selective approach to Spolia in the Islamic monuments of Egypt / Doris Behrens-Abouseif -- The King of Naples emulates Salvia Postuma? : the Arch of Castel Nuovo in Naples and its antique model / Jasenka Gudelj.
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