Cives romani in marmoris arte periti: the Classical World and the Renewal of the Cloister Model in 13th century Rome

@article{Cerone2015CivesRI,
  title={Cives romani in marmoris arte periti: the Classical World and the Renewal of the Cloister Model in 13th century Rome},
  author={Roberta Cerone},
  journal={The Actual Problems of History and Theory of Art},
  year={2015},
  volume={5},
  pages={412-417}
}
  • Roberta Cerone
  • Published 2015
  • Art
  • The Actual Problems of History and Theory of Art
  • An introduction of the cloister in Rome starts in the 12th century (Tre Fontane, S. Lorenzo fuori le mura, S. Cecilia in Trastevere), but it’s only in the 13th century that we find a systematic usage of the cloister as the main element in planning of old and new monastic foundations. In parallel with its spreading the typical Roman cloister, as it was codified during the 12th century, undergoes a radical change, partly due to the involvement of the different artists of Roman marmorarii… CONTINUE READING

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