Recovering the Augustinian Convent of San Salvatore in Venetian Candia

  title={Recovering the Augustinian Convent of San Salvatore in Venetian Candia},
  author={Krisztina Ilko},
  journal={The Journal of Ecclesiastical History},
  pages={259 - 279}
  • Krisztina Ilko
  • Published 17 November 2020
  • History
  • The Journal of Ecclesiastical History
This study investigates the place of San Salvatore in the holy topography of Venetian Candia. By focusing on the largest convent in the Augustinian Province of the Holy Land, it contributes to a better understanding of a neglected subject in mendicant scholarship, namely the Augustinian friars’ expansion in the eastern Mediterranean. This article offers a detailed reconstruction of the demolished building and its sacred space, and sheds new light on interaction among the mixed Latin-Greek… 



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