By Trevor Dean
The cities of Italy within the later heart a long time offers over 100 interesting records, rigorously chosen and coordinated from the richest, so much leading edge and such a lot documented society of the ecu center a long time: the city civilization of Italy. After a common creation, the e-book is split into 5 sections on actual setting, civic faith, economic system, society and politics. each one record is separately brought and set in its personal context.
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But although the said masters claimed that the hall will be stable without placing columns over33 the hall of the Lords of the Night, the advisers recommend that for greater stability as many columns as will be deemed necessary should be placed over the hall of the Lords of the Night … And that a long, open stairway should be built from the head of the new hall, looking east, to the embankment, as wide as the gallery that is over the piazza … For the construction work, the advisers consider about L 950 to be necessary, not including the cost of gilding and painting, which could be L 200.
It was enlarged and made more ‘majestic’ in the early fourteenth century: C. , pp. 31–2. 22 The Paduan campo was equal to about 3,863 sq. m. 23 On this poet, see most recently S. Epstein, Genoa and the Genoese, 958–1528 (Chapel Hill, 1996), pp. 166–71; also L. Martines, Power and Imagination: City-States in Renaissance Italy (New York, 1979), pp. 87–93. Ch1 21 18/1/00, 4:55 pm 22 THE TOWNS OF ITALY IN THE LATER MIDDLE AGES into foreign hands. No prince or baron has ever been able to bring it into subjection or to take away its freedom.
340. Today, 13 October 1377, work was begun on plastering the façade of the podestà’s palace and on painting the head and body of the traitor Messer Ridolfo da Camerino, traitor to Holy Mother Church, to the popolo and commune of Florence and to all its allies. Likewise he was painted on the façade of the Army Pay Office. He is depicted upside down on the gallows, suspended by the left foot, at the top. By his left side he has a siren, by his right a basilisk. At the bottom, on his head, he has a large mitre.
The Towns of Italy in the Later Middle Ages (Manchester Medieval Sources) by Trevor Dean