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Art and Architecture in the Middle Ages

Description

The course focuses on the analysis of architecture and its relationship with figurative art in the Mediterranean and transalpine area from Late Antiquity to the fourteenth century (4th-14th century). ): from the early Christian basilicas of Rome to the great Romanesque buildings of Speyer, Cluny, Pisa, Modena, passing through St. Sophia of Constantinople, St. Vitale of Ravenna, the mosque of Cordoba, the Palace of Aachen with its chapel; and again, from the churches of Norman Sicily to the Gothic Cathedrals in France and their reception in the Holy Roman Empire – in Germany and in Italy.

People

 

Mondini D.

Teacher

Rossettini S.

Assistant

Additional information

Semester
Fall
Academic year
2020-2021
ECTS
2.5
Language
Italian
Education
Bachelor of Arts in Italian Language, Literature and Culture, Specialised course, Minor in History of Art, 3rd year (3 ECTS)
Bachelor of Science in Architecture, History and theory of art and architecture, Historical-humanistic compulsory courses, 2nd year