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The stones of Naples : church building in Angevin Italy, 1266-1343

Author: Caroline Astrid Bruzelius
Publisher: New Haven : Yale University Press, ©2004.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The rich architectural legacy of the Angevins, three generations of French kings who reigned in southern Italy from 1266 to 1343, is little known today. This book examines Angevin religious architecture, which dominates Naples and many other southern Italian cities, by bringing to light for the first time the novelty and importance of these buildings, while extending current understanding of the broad variety of
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Named Person: House of Anjou; Anjou (House of); House of Anjou
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Caroline Astrid Bruzelius
ISBN: 0300100396 9780300100396
OCLC Number: 52937481
Description: xi, 270 pages : illustrations (some color), maps ; 29 cm
Contents: Church building during the reign of Charles I --
San Lorenzo Maggiore in Naples --
Religious architecture during the reign of Charles II and Mary of Hungary --
Robert the Wise, Sancia of Mallorca, and the Convent of Santa Chiara in Naples --
The patronage of the court and the aristocracy in the early fourteenth century.
Responsibility: Caroline Bruzelius.
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The rich architectural legacy of the Angevins, three generations of French kings who reigned in southern Italy from 1266 to 1343, is very little known today. This groundbreaking text examines Angevin  Read more...

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