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In Christianity the resurrection of Jesus refers to the return to bodily life of Jesus on the third day following his death by crucifixion. It is a key element of Christian faith and theology. The resurrection of Jesus is not to be confused with the Ascension of Jesus into heaven forty days after the resurrection.

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The French use of the term, clair-obscur, was introduced by the seventeenth century art-critic Roger de Piles in the course of a famous argument (Débat sur le coloris) on the relative merits of drawing and colour in painting (his Dialogues sur le coloris, 1673 was a key contribution to the Débat). In English, the Italian term has been used since at least the late 17th century.

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Nobility is a state-privileged status which is generally hereditary. The privileges associated with nobility may constitute substantial advantages over or relative to non-nobles, or may be largely honorary (e.g. precedence), but are maintained, or at least officially acknowledged, by law or government. Titles of nobility have often been associated with present or past monarchies, but nobility also existed in such republics as the Dutch Provinces, Genoa and Venice, and remains part of the legal social structure of, e.g. San Marino in Europe. Hereditary titles often distinguish nobles from non-nobles, although in many nations most of the nobility have been un-titled, and a hereditary title need not indicate nobility (e.g. baronet).

Il termine nobiltà ha un duplice significato: indica sia uno status privilegiato riconosciuto dall’autorità, sia l’insieme dei soggetti che beneficiano di tale condizione. Con riferimento a quest’ultima accezione, lo storico Marc Bloch definisce “nobiltà” la classe dominante che abbia uno statuto giuridico suo proprio che confermi e materializzi la superiorità che essa pretende e, in secondo luogo, che tale statuto si perpetui per via ereditaria. È ammessa, a favore di alcune famiglie nuove, la possibilità di conquistarne l’accesso, anche se in numero ristretto e secondo norme regolarmente stabilite.

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The Nativity of Jesus has been a major subject of Christian art since the 4th century. The artistic depictions of the Nativity or birth of Jesus, celebrated at Christmas, are based on the narratives in the Bible, in the Gospels of Matthew and Luke, and further elaborated by written, oral and artistic tradition. Christian art includes a great many representations of the Virgin Mary and the Christ Child. Such works are generally referred to as the “Madonna and Child” or “Virgin and Child”. They are not usually representations of the Nativity specifically, but are often devotional objects representing a particular aspect or attribute of the Virgin Mary, or Jesus. Nativity pictures, on the other hand, are specifically illustrative, and include many narrative details; they are a normal component of the sequences illustrating both the Life of Christ and the Life of the Virgin.

The Nativity has been depicted in many different media, both pictorial and sculptural. Pictorial forms include murals, panel paintings, manuscript illuminations, stained glass windows and oil paintings. The subject of the Nativity is often used for altarpieces, many of these combining both painted and sculptural elements. Other sculptural representations of the Nativity include ivory miniatures, carved stone sarcophagi, architectural features such as capitals and door lintels, and free standing sculptures.

La Natività di Gesù è stato un argomento importante dell’arte cristiana sin dal 4 ° secolo. Le rappresentazioni artistiche della Natività e nascita di Gesù , celebrato a Natale , sono basate su racconti della Bibbia, nei Vangeli di Matteo e Luca , e ulteriormente elaborata da scritti e artistici tradizione orale. L’arte cristiana comprende una molte grandi rappresentazioni della Vergine Maria e il Bambino . Tali opere sono generalmente considerati come la ” Madonna col Bambino “o” Madonna con Bambino “. Essi di solito non sono rappresentazioni della Natività in particolare, ma spesso sono oggetti di devozione che rappresenta un particolare aspetto o un attributo della Vergine Maria, o Gesù. Natività immagini, d’altro canto, sono specificamente illustrativi, e includono i dettagli narrativi molte, sono un normale componente delle sequenze che illustrano sia la vita di Cristo e della Vita della Vergine.

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