Charlemagne's black marble: the origin of the epitaph of Pope Hadrian I

@article{Story2005CharlemagnesBM,
  title={Charlemagne's black marble: the origin of the epitaph of Pope Hadrian I},
  author={Joanna Story and Judith Bunbury and A. C. Felici and Gabriele Fronterotta and Mario Piacentini and Chiara Nicolais and Daria Scacciatelli and S. Sciuti and Margherita Vendittelli},
  journal={Papers of the British School at Rome},
  year={2005},
  volume={73},
  pages={157 - 190}
}
IL MARMO NERO DI CARLO MAGNO: L'ORIGINE DELL'EPITAFFIO DI PAPA ADRIANO I Questo articolo presenta nuove evidenze che identificano l'origine del marmo nero dell'epitaffio di papa Adriano I, conservato attualmente nel portico di San Pietro in Vaticano. L'epitaffio fu commissionato da Carlo Magno dopo la morte di Adriano (avvenuta il 26 dicembre del 795) ed è il più eminente esempio attualmente esistente di epigrafia carolingia. È un pezzo maestro del rinascimento carolingio. Questo articolo… 
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