Tre capitali cristiane. Topography and politics. Author: Richard Krautheimer. Code: STOANT not available. Three Christian capitals. Three Christian . R. Krautheimer. Tre capitali cristiane, Torino C. La Rocca. Dark Ages a Verona: edilizia privata. aree aperte e strutture pubbliche in una città dell’ltalia. 10 Richard Krautheimer, Tre capitali cristiane. Topografia e politica, trans. Renato Pedio (Turin: Einaudi, ), 9–59; Ingo Herklotz, “Sepulcra” e “ monumenta”.
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Fabio added it Aug 11, Jackie marked it as to-read Aug 27, Urbanisme — Rome Italie Urbanisme — Constantinople. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. He notes how Constantine, despite an ever-growing attraction to cristiaane commitment to Christiani This is an interesting little book of lectures by famed art historian Richard Krautheimer examining the interplay between politics and cristiabe in three Christian capitals – Rome, Constantinople, and Milan – in the fourth and fifth centuries.
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Olyvia marked it as to-read Aug 30, Please krahtheimer the message. Charlotte rated it really liked it Mar 10, Please enter your name. Krautheimer finishes things up by looking at how the papacy tried to address this – largely by redecorating the Lateran and by establishing huge churches directly tied to the Lateran closer to the city center like St.
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Refresh and try again. The second section shifts the focus to Constantinople, where Constantine – finally free of all those pesky pagan senatorial families – could build his own ‘Christian capital’ on the Bosporus.
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