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Krautheimer cpaitali how Constantine’s immense building projects can cast light onto his own view of Christianity – how he increasingly became devoted to the faith and in many ways began to see himself as a kind of imperial analogue to Christ on earth.

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Luciano Riccardi rated it really liked it Oct 12, Topography And Politics by Richard Krautheimer. In the first section, Krautheimer explores the tentative introduction of Christian archaeology to Rome after Constantine’s victory at the Milvian Bridge in Cancel Forgot your password? Open Preview See a Problem? Kristin Solias marked it as to-read May 27, Susan added it Feb 20, Krautheimer finishes things up by looking at how the papacy tried to address this – largely by redecorating the Lateran and by establishing huge churches directly tied to the Lateran closer to the city center like St.

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Giovanna rated it really liked it Oct 14, Now a firmly Christian city under the authority of the papacy, Rome was in the odd position of having its religious and administrative center – the Lateran – rather far away cristoane where people in the city actually lived see part I. The third section, looking at Milan, examines how architecture and basilica building fit into the worsening conflict xristiane Arians and non-Arians or, as Krautheimer calls them, pro- and anti-Nicenes in Milan during the latter half of the fourth century.

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Want to Read saving…. He notes how Constantine, despite an ever-growing attraction cristians and commitment to Christiani This is an interesting little book of lectures by famed art historian Richard Krautheimer examining the interplay between politics and architecture in three Christian capitals – Rome, Constantinople, and Milan – in the fourth and fifth centuries.

Tre capitali cristiane : topografia e politica

Lists with This Book. Richard Krautheimer Renato Pedio. Citations are based on reference standards. This church was the center of a protracted dispute over ecclesiastical power in the city, and Krautheimer argues that while it was initially built outside the walls for the anti-Nicene supporters at the imperial court, the fiery bishop Ambrose tried to wrest it into the control of the pro-Nicene camp, all as a part of a “Battle of the cathedrals” occurring throughout the city.


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