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2-EaRenSc(1) - Europe Italy Italy in the 15th Century...

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Unformatted text preview: Europe Italy Italy in the 15th Century (1400s) Italy in the 15th century comprised over a dozen independent political units, including the Republic of Florence. Panoramic views of the city of Florence Or San Michele: sanctuary of the Florentine guilds (Note : Michele is pronounced mee-kay-lay in Italian) Guilds = associations organized by occupation, having important economic, social, political, and religious functions Niche at Or San Michele belonging to the guild of craftsmen who worked in stone or wood, with Nanni di Bancos Quattro Coronati Nanni di Banco, Quattro Coronati ( Four Crowned Saints ) Nanni di Banco Saints at Chartres Cathedral Quattro Coronati and detail of one of them Ancient Roman Nanni di Banco Head of figure at right Medieval head Nanni di Banco Nanni di Banco Ancient Roman head Donatello, St. Mark (also at Or San Michele ) Ancient Greek Donatello, St. Mark Donatellos St. Mark with Prof. Zucker Detail...
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2012 for the course ART 1441 taught by Professor Zucker,m. during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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