Arth 167_Rulers' Images_Nees Jr._Date_042210

Arth 167_Rulers' Images_Nees Jr._Date_042210 - Federico...

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Federico continued Italian Renaissance Map - Federico lived not too far from Urbino when little - Map of Italy in the 15 th century (about 20 years before the portrait) - Borders stay relatively similar up until 1850s-60s - Largest of these territories is “states of the church” or the papal states/states of Saint Peter —ruled directly by bishop of Rome - Group of other states, 5 listed are most important: Milan, Republic of Venice(strong), Florence (always smallest/weakest but most populous and richest), Papal States (fighting each other all the time by hired generals who come with a body of trained troops; Federico was one of them) and Naples o Area is a balance of power The Ducal Palace - The rest of it just was never done - Constructed in 1460s and then abandoned o Schematic view Shows high walls around central courtyard And a great hall Great Hall of Urbino - Originally extremely decorated - Huge tapestry, set for duke of Urbino and for Pope, still remain - Aspires to be equal of great kings and rulers all over Europe (Federico)
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2010 for the course ARTH 167 taught by Professor Lawrencepneesjr. during the Spring '10 term at University of Delaware.

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