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Unformatted text preview: 8-19-11Palazzo Pubblico, Siena, completed 1342; Piazza del Campo, 12th c.; Siena Cathedral,begun early 13th c.-hill town-in tuscany. Settled by etruscans. Became roman city end of 14th(?)century. Shared Much with Rome (Romulus and Remus). City emblem= She Wolf. Myth- founded by remus. Didn't have roads running through it- restricted trade. Lombards built roads through sien to rome- improved trade.-wealth from money lending and wool trade. -Palazzo Pubblico- town hall. Open space for public gatherings. Site of fountain. Government provides citizens with clean water.-cathedral- begun early 13thcentury. Upper part added later. Designed by giovanni pisano. -baptistery- -interior- Nave and inlaid marble floor scenes (Massacre of the innocents). City colors- black and white. Reference to foundation myth. Campo dei Miracoli, Pisa: Cathedral, begun 1063; Baptistery, 1152-1284; Camposanto,begun 1278; Campanile, completed 1350-Campo dei Miracoli- incorrect term/ comes from pinnochio?–Pisa was founded in 5thcentury BCE. Etruscan settlement. Important roman naval port under augustus. Fleet dominated west mediterranean trade. Defeated by genoa in 1284. Why under augustus....
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- Fall '11
- Ancient Rome, Siena, Romulus and Remus