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Alberti, Leon Battista, 1404-1472. Geographic Name: Rome (Italy) Description and travel Early works to 1800

Alberti, Leon Battista, 1404-1472. Descriptio urbis Romae Criticism, Textual. Geographic Name: Rome (Italy) Description and travel Early works to 1800. Geographic Name: Rome Antiquities Early works to 1800. Personal Name: Carpo, Mario. Personal Name: Furlan, Francesco. Personal Name: Boriaud, Jean-Yves.

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ISBN-13: 978-0866983839. Why is ISBN important? ISBN. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work. com page, this book is not "out of print.

Varying Form of Title: Delineation of the city of Rome.

Library of Congress Control Number: 2007026115. Varying Form of Title: Delineation of the city of Rome. Publication, Distribution, et. Tempe, Ariz. Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, (c)2007. Series Statement: Medieval and Renaissance texts and studies ; v. 335. General Note: At head of title: Société internationale Leon Battista Alberti. Bibliography, etc. Note

Varying Form of Title: Delineation of the city of Rome. Alberti, Leon Battista, 1404-1472.

Leon Battista Alberti was an Italian author, artist, architect, poet, priest, linguist, philosopher, cryptographer . Alberti's life was described in Giorgio Vasari's Vite de' più eccellenti pittori, scultori, e architettori or 'Lives of the most excellent painters, sculptors and architects'.

Leon Battista Alberti was an Italian author, artist, architect, poet, priest, linguist, philosopher, cryptographer and general Renaissance humanist polymath.

Items related to Leon Battista Alberti's Delineation Of The City. Book Description Arizona Center for Medieval, Tempe, 2007. Leon Battista Alberti's Delineation Of The City Of Rome: Descripto Vrbis Romae (Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies). ISBN 13: 9780866983839. trade pbk. 8vo. 123pp. Bit of curling to wraps, though o/w appears to be unread. Seller Inventory MAIN018269I.

oceedings{Alberti2005LeonisBA, title {Leonis Baptistae Alberti Descriptio urbis Romae}, author {Leon Battista Alberti and Jean-Yves Boriaud and Francesco Furlan and Mario Carpo}, year {2005} }. Leon Battista Alberti, Jean-Yves Boriaud, +1 author Mario Carpo.

Leon Battista Alberti Some studies propose that the Villa Medici in Fiesole might owe its design to Alberti . Leon Battista Albertis Delineation of the city of Rome". Peter Hicks, Arizona Board of Regents for Arizona State university 2007. Bibliography Gille, Bertrand (1970).

Leon Battista Alberti Some studies propose that the Villa Medici in Fiesole might owe its design to Alberti, not to Michelozzo, and that it then became the prototype of the Renaissance villa. Maybe also that this hilltop dwelling, commissioned by Giovanni de' Medici, Cosimo il Vecchio's second son, with its view over the city, is the very first example of a Renaissance villa: that is to say it follows the Albertian criteria for rendering a country dwelling a "villa suburbana".

dition critique par Jean-Yves Bouriaud & Francesco Furlan ; introduzione di Mario Carpo & Francesco Furlan ; ouvrage coordonné par Francesco .

dition critique par Jean-Yves Bouriaud & Francesco Furlan ; introduzione di Mario Carpo & Francesco Furlan ; ouvrage coordonné par Francesco Furlan. Descriptio urbis Romae. Italian, French, English, Russian & Latin. Firenze : L. S. Olschki, 2005. Physical description. Includes bibliographical references. Table of contents (source: Casalini).

In Rome, Alberti had plenty of time to study its ancient sites, ruins, and .

In Rome, Alberti had plenty of time to study its ancient sites, ruins, and objects. Through his book, Alberti opened up his theories and ideals of the Florentine Renaissance to architects, scholars and others. Alberti wrote I Libri della famiglia-which discussed education, marriage, household management, and money-in the Tuscan dialect. The work was not printed until 1843.

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