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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Stefano in Rotundo and Santa Maria Maggiore – and how it ultimately failed, as the spiritual center of the city shifted more and more to St.
Richard Krautheimer ; Renato Pedio. Charlotte rated trs really liked it Mar 10, Meng Tsun added it Jun 14, Julia rated it really liked it Mar 27, Aug 05, Katie rated it liked it Shelves: He notes how Constantine, despite an criistiane attraction to and commitment to Christianity, was rather hesitant to put his full weight behind the building of Christian architecture in Rome.
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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. Crisyiane explores how Constantine’s immense building projects can cast light onto his own view of Christianity – how he increasingly became devoted to the faith and in many ways began to see himself as a kind of imperial analogue to Christ on earth. Don’t have an account?
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