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Item Number: 142707
Title: The Architecture of the Christian Holy Land : Reception from Late Antiquity through the Renaissance
Author: Moore, Kathryn Blair
Record created on 08/26/16
Description: Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017. 29cm., hardcover, 420pp., 32 color, 223 b&w illus.
Contents: Part I. The Symbolization of Holy Land Architecture: 1. Fragmentary inscriptions and material presence, 2. Rome and Constantinople. 3. Architectural inscriptions in Adomnán's De Locis Sanctis. 4. Recreations of the Holy Sepulcher and Benedictine monasticism. Part II. Triumphal Restoration and Recreation in the Crusades: 5. The Crusader conquest and triumphal recreation. 6. The restoration of the Temple of Solomon. 7. Recreating the city of Jerusalem. 8. True portraits/true Jerusalems. Part III. The Franciscan Custody of the Holy Land: 9. Formation of the Franciscan Custody. 10. Assisi as a New Jerusalem. 11. Franciscan books on the Holy Land pilgrimage. 12. Signs of Christianity and Islam. Part IV. Imagined Pilgrimages and Crusades in the Renaissance: 13. The ephemeral architecture of Philip the Good's crusading ambitions. 14. The conspicuous nobility of dedication to Holy Land architecture. 15. The Franciscan Order, papacy, and symbolic possession of the Holy Land. 16. Protestant Reformation, Ottoman conquest, and Catholic renewal after 1517.
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