The Palaeologan Renaissance or Palaiologan Renaissance is the final period in the development of Byzantine art. It coincided with the reign of the Palaiologoi, the last dynasty to rule the Byzantine Empire (1261–1453), and essentially preceded and predetermined the Italian Renaissance. 
Chora Church is the typical representative of this art. In essence, this is the second Byzantine Renaissance after the Macedonian Renaissance, which, however, was redefined by the previous Komnenian restoration. 
- Helen C. Evans (Hrsg.): Byzantium. Faith and Power (1261–1557). The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York 2004.
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