'Aedita in Turribus': The Superstructure of the Early Christian Church of S. Lorenzo in Milan

  title={'Aedita in Turribus': The Superstructure of the Early Christian Church of S. Lorenzo in Milan},
  author={W. Eugene Kleinbauer},
  pages={1 - 9}
Although remodeled in the twelfth and sixteenth centuries and given its present facade in 1894, the church of S. Lorenzo in Milan preserves the major lines and many details of its fourth-century plan (Fig. 1) and elevation. In fact the design of the original building as a tetraconch surrounded by ambulatories and galleries that communicate through curved columnar exedrae can be visualized rather fully.1. But for the most problematical aspect of this reconstruction, the central covering, at… 
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