|NOTES||Refers to a work of a specific iconographic type, depicting the Virgin Mary and Christ Child enthroned in the center with saints and angels in adoration to each side. The type developed in Italy in the 13th century and was based on earlier Greek types. Works of this type are typically two-dimensional, including painted panels (often altarpieces), manuscript illuminations, and low-relief carvings.|
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