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    Opacic, Zoe (2014) Vienna’s Heiltumstuhl: the sacred topography of Stephansplatz and its context. Wiener Jahrbuch für Kunstgeschichte 62 (1), pp. 81-108. ISSN 0083-9981.

    Book Review

    Opacic, Zoe (2017) Emperor Charles IV. Prague and Nuremberg. [Book Review]

    Opacic, Zoe (2015) Review: Saint Louis. [Book Review]

    Opacic, Zoe (2013) ‘Et ils s’émerveillèrent . . .’. L’art médiéval en Croatie. [Book Review]

    Opacic, Zoe (2011) D’or et de feu. L’art en Slovaquie à la fin du Moyen Âge, by Xavier Dectot, Jean-Christophe Ton-That, Evelin Wetter, Dušan Buran and Radoslav Ragac (Musée de Cluny, Paris, 2010). [Book Review]

    Opacic, Zoe (2011) ‘Out of Gold and Fire: Art in Slovakia at the End of the Middle Ages’ (Paris, Musée de Cluny, musée national du Moyen Âge (16 September – 10 January 2011). [Book Review]

    Opacic, Zoe (2011) Art at the Luxembourg Court, (review of the exhibition A Royal Marriage. Elizabeth Premyslid and John of Luxembourg - 1310, Prague, Dům U Kamenného zvonu, 2011). [Book Review]

    Opacic, Zoe (2006) Paul Binski, Becket's Crown: Art and Imagination in Gothic England 1170-1300 (Yale, New Haven and London, 2003). [Book Review]

    Opacic, Zoe (2003) Medieval Art. By VERONICA SEKULES. Oxford University Press (Oxford History of Art Series), 2001. and Medieval Architecture. By NICOLA COLDSTREAM, Oxford University Press (Oxford History of Art Series), 2002. [Book Review]

    Book Section

    Opacic, Zoe (2021) Urban art, spaces and rituals. In: Gruber, E. and Zapke, S. (eds.) Companion to Medieval Vienna. Brill's Companions to European History 25. Brill, pp. 497-523. ISBN 9789004395756.

    Opacic, Zoe (2021) Cui bono? The founding and funding of medieval religious institutions under Charles IV. In: Luxford, J. (ed.) Tributes to Paul Binski. Medieval Gothic: Art, Architecture & Ideas. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill, pp. 98-109. ISBN 9781912554744.

    Opacic, Zoe (2017) Liturgie in der Stadt: Prozessionen, Altäre und Stiftungen. In: Gruber, C. and Lutter, E. and Schmitt, J.O. (eds.) Kulturgeschichte der Überlieferung im Mittelalter: Quellen und Methoden zur Geschichte Mittel- und Südosteuropas. UTB 4554. Böhlau, pp. 388-398. ISBN 9783825245542.

    Opacic, Zoe (2016) City as sacred space – sacred spaces in the city: a response. In: Gruber, E. and Popović, M. and Scheutz, M. and Weigl, H. (eds.) Städte im lateinischen Westen und im griechischen Osten zwischen Spätantike und Früher Neuzeit: Topographie - Recht - Religion. Publications of the Institute for Austrian Historical Research 66. Bohlau Verlag. ISBN 9783205202882.

    Opacic, Zoe (2015) Nova Civitas: Edward I and the making of New Winchelsea, Sussex. In: Chlíbec, J. and Opacic, Zoe (eds.) Studie o středověkém umění věnované Kláře Benešovské [Essays on Mediaeval Art Dedicated to Klára Benešovská]. Setkávání [Encounters]. Prague, Czech Republic: Artefactum Publishing House. ISBN 9788086890753.

    Opacic, Zoe (2014) Architecture and ceremony in Cracow and Prague, 1335–1455. In: Roznowska-Sadraei, A. (ed.) Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology in Cracow and Lesser Poland. The British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions. Routledge. ISBN 9781909662407.

    Opacic, Zoe (2013) The sacred topography of Medieval Prague. In: Nordeide, S.W. and Brink, S. (eds.) Sacred Sites and Holy Places: Exploring the Sacralization of Landscape through Time and Space. Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols. ISBN 9782503541006.

    Opacic, Zoe (2013) Fit for a king: Håkonshallen and contemporary royal residences. In: Brekke, O.H. and Ersland, G.A. (eds.) Håkonshallen 750 years: Royal residence and national monument. Bergen, Norway: Dreyer's. ISBN 9788282650632.

    Maniura, Robert (2011) Image, space and holy place in the cult of Our Lady of Częstochowa. In: Opacic, Zoe and Timmermann, A. (eds.) Image, Memory and Devotion: Liber Amicorum Paul Crossley. Studies in Gothic Art 2. Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, pp. 129-134. ISBN 9782503531687.

    Benešovská, K. and Opacic, Zoe (2011) Wenceslas IV and the Chapel of Corpus Christi in the new town of Prague. In: Opacic, Zoe and Timmermann, A. (eds.) Architecture, Liturgy and Identity Liber Amicorum Paul Crossley. Studies in Gothic Art 1. Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, pp. 157-175. ISBN 97825035316701.

    Opacic, Zoe (2009) Medieval Prague, Bohemia and their neighbours: new perspectives and connections. In: Opacic, Zoe (ed.) Prague and Bohemia: Medieval Art, Architecture and Cultural Exchange in Central Europe. British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions 32. Leeds, UK: Maney Publishing, British Archaeological Association, pp. 1-7. ISBN 9781906540586.

    Opacic, Zoe (2009) Architecture and religious experience in 14th-century Prague. In: Fajt, J. and Langer, A. (eds.) Kunst als Herrschaftsinstrument. Munich, Germany: Deutscher Kunstverlag. ISBN 9783422068377.

    Opacic, Zoe (2008) Bohemia after 1300: reduktionsgotik, the hall church and the creation of a new style. In: Gajewski, A. and Opacic, Zoe (eds.) The Year 1300 and the Creation of a New European Architecture. Architectura medii aevi 1. Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols. ISBN 9782503522869.

    Opacic, Zoe (2008) Emauzsky kláster a Nové Mesto prazské: Slovanská tradice, císarská ideologie a verejni rituál v Praze 14. století. In: Benesovska, K. and Kubinova, K. (eds.) Emauzy Benediktinský klášter Na Slovanech v srdci Prahy. Prague, Czech Republic: Academia. ISBN 9788020015334.

    Opacic, Zoe (2007) Karolus Magnus and Karolus Quartus: imperial role models in Ingelheim, Aachen and Prague. In: Engel, U. (ed.) Mainz and the Middle Rhine Valley: Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology. The British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions 30. Maney. ISBN 9781904350835.

    Sommer, P. and Třeštík, D. and Žemlička, J. and Opacic, Zoe and Berend, N. (2007) Bohemia and Moravia. In: Berend, N. (ed.) Christianization and the Rise of Christian Monarchy. Cambridge University Press, pp. 214-262. ISBN 9780511496400.

    Crossley, P. and Opacic, Zoe (2005) Prague as a new capital. In: Drake Boehm, B. and Fajt, J. (eds.) Prague, The Crown of Bohemia, 1347–1437. New Haven, U.S. and London, UK: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, and Yale University Press, pp. 59-74. ISBN 9780300111385.

    Opacic, Zoe (2005) Reduktionsgotik or Anti-Gothic ? Hall-church development in Fourteenth-century Prague. In: Draper, P. (ed.) Current Work in Architectural History - Papers Read at the Annual Symposium of the Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain 2004. Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain. ISBN 9780953925438.

    Opacic, Zoe (2003) The Cosmatesque decoration at the Emmaus Monastery in Prague. In: Fajt, J. (ed.) Court Chapels of the High and Late Middle Ages and Their Artistic Decoration. Prague, Czech Republic: Národní galerie v Praze. ISBN 9788070351901.

    Book

    Chlíbec, J. and Opacic, Zoe, eds. (2015) Studie o středověkém umění věnované Kláře Benešovské [Essays on Mediaeval Art Dedicated to Klára Benešovská]. Setkávání [Encounters]. Prague, Czech Republic: Artefactum Publishing House. ISBN 9788086890753.

    Opacic, Zoe and Timmermann, A., eds. (2011) Architecture, liturgy and identity. Liber amicorum Paul Crossley. Studies in Gothic Art 1. Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols. ISBN 97825035316701.

    Opacic, Zoe and Timmermann, A., eds. (2011) Image, memory and devotion. Liber Amicorum Paul Crossley. Studies in Gothic Art 2. Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols. ISBN 97825035316871.

    Opacic, Zoe (2009) Prague and Bohemia: Medieval Art, Architecture and Cultural Exchange in Central Europe. British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions 32. Leeds, UK: Maney Publishing, British Archaeological Association. ISBN 9781906540586.

    Gajewski, A. and Opacic, Zoe (2008) The Year 1300 and the Creation of a New European Architecture. Architectura Medii Aevi 1. Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols. ISBN 9782503522869.

    Opacic, Zoe (2005) Diamond vaults. Innovation and geometry in medieval architecture. London, UK: Architectural Association. ISBN 9781902902470.

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