Reborn - Bramante project for St Peter’s medal by...

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Alberti, Self- portrait
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Santa Maria Novella, Florence, by Alberti
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Santa Maria Novella, Florence, aerial view of the nave
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Batistery, Florence, 500s CE, 600s CE or 1059?
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Santa Maria Novella, Florence, by Alberti, proportional diagram
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Leonardo, Nude
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Leonardo, drawing showing proportional systems of the human body
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Leonardo, Vitruvian man
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Leonardo, drawing of skulls
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Leonardo, plans for ideal churches
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Leonardo, plans for ideal churches
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Francesco di Giorgio, Trattato ( Treatise )
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Francesco di Giorgio, Trattato ( Treatise )
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Francesco di Giorgio, Trattato ( Treatise )
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Bramante, Tempietto, Rome, begun 1502-8 (?)
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Doric order metopes triglyphs
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Old Saint Peter’s reconstruction
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Old Saint Peter’s as it appeared just before Julius II became pope
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Unformatted text preview: Bramante, project for St. Peter’s, medal by Caradosso, 1506 “Temple of Peace” (Basilica of Maxentius and Constantine ) Raphael, School of Athens, Vatican Palace, 1511-4 S. Maria della Consolazione, Todi, by Coda da Caprarola Antonio da Sangallo, Madonna di S. Biagio, Montepulciano Antonio da Sangallo, Madonna di S. Biagio, Montepulciano Brunelleschi’s dome, 1418-1436 Andrea Buonaiuti, Spanish chapel, S. Maria Novella, 1367 True circular dome is stable without additional support Ribbed, melon dome needs support along the lines of the ribs until completion Octagonal form can be constructed without additional external support IF constructed so as to contain within its thickness at every stage continuous circular ring Vertical courses of bricks Herringbone supports Stone bands connected by chains...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ARCH 21- taught by Professor Minor during the Spring '06 term at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.

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