6 edition of The Tombs of the Doges of Venice found in the catalog.
November 13, 1999
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||275|
The Doge's Palace (Italian: Palazzo Ducale) is a gothic palace in Venice, northern palace was the home of the Doge of Venice, the ruler of the Republic of Venice In the palace became a museum, one of 11 museums run by the Fondazione Musei Civici di it was visited by 1,, on: Piazza San Marco 1, Venice, Italy. See the doges’ tombs at Basilica of Santi Giovanni e Paolo. PM – PM Basilica of Santi Giovanni e Paolo is the largest church in Venice. From the 15th century onward the funeral services of the Venitian doges are held here. The church houses the tombs of 27 doges.
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The Tombs of the Doges of Venice examines a series of funerary monuments created in the late middle ages and early modern period. Providing close analysis of seven tombs commissioned over a year era, Debra Pincus identifies these works as important political statements that closely identify the ducal office with 'the two Venices' - the huge commercial empire and Italian commune, focused on Cited by: 6.
Debra Pincus, The Tombs of the Doges of Venice Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, xviii + illus. + pp. $ ISBN: Debra Pincus' book examines a group of ducal tombs from the Dugento and Trecento.
Get this from a library. The tombs of the Doges of Venice. [Debra Pincus] -- Office of Doge and the Civic Tomb - Tomb of Jacopa Tiepolo - Tomb of Marino Morosini in Mark's Vestibule - Tomb of Ranieri Zeno - Tomb of Giovanni Soranzo - Tomb of Francesco Dandolo.
The Tombs of the Doges of Venice examines a series of funerary monuments created in the late middle ages and early modern period. Providing close analysis of seven tombs commissioned over a year era, Debra Pincus identifies these works as important political statements that closely identify the ducal office with 'the two Venices' - the huge commercial empire and Italian commune, focused on.
The splendor of the tombs of the doges has always amazed visitors of Venice. Already inthe German pilgrim Felix Faber noted: "Never have I seen more costly and extravagant tombs. Even the graves of the popes in Rome cannot compare with these."5/5(1).
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The tombs of the Doges of Venice by Debra Pincus,Cambridge University Press edition, in EnglishCited by: 6.
The Tombs of the Doges of Venice: Venetian State Imagery in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries NovemCambridge University Press Hardcover in English.
Amidst the massive tombs of later doges, often reaching the entire height of a church from floor to vaulting, the rather more modest memorials to 13th- and 14th-century leaders of Venice may escape the notice of the general public, and indeed have largely escaped the attention of scholars.
Book reviews Debra Pincus, The tombs of the doges of Venice, Cam-bridge (Cambridge University Press) O Debra Pincus has shown herself to be an authority on Venetian art for a quarter of a century now. In her dissertation on the Arco Foscari she examined the interplay of the architec-ture and sculpture of that complex.
The versatility. The following is a list of all of the Doges of Venice ordered by the dates of their reigns which are put in parentheses. For more than 1, years, the chief magistrate and leader of the city of Venice and later of the Most Serene Republic of Venice was styled the Doge, a rare but not unique Italian title derived from the Latin of Venice were elected for life by the city-state's Appointer: Serenissima Signoria.
The splendor of the tombs of the doges has always amazed visitors of Venice. Already inthe German pilgrim Felix Faber noted: “Never have I seen more costly and extravagant tombs.
Even the graves of the popes in Rome cannot compare with these.” Indeed, designed by the greatest artists of the Serenissima, these often gigantic monuments belong to the most impressive and beautiful in.
Tombs Of The Doges – Venice THE gondola plunges northwards into the deserted lanes. The reflections in the water tremble in the concave arches of the bridges like a. doges not buried in Venice. Dandolo was doge during the Fourth Crusade, and Haug suggests that his burial in Constantinople, the city of his conquest, can be interpreted as a strategic marker of Venetian territorial expansion and dominance.
Janna Israel calls our attention to another outlier among ducal tombs, that of Doge Cristoforo Moro. Doge, (Venetian Italian: “duke”), highest official of the republic of Venice for more than 1, years (from the 8th to the 18th century) and symbol of the sovereignty of the Venetian state.
The title was also used relatively briefly in Genoa. In Venice the office of doge (from Latin dux, “leader”) originated when the city was nominally subject to the Byzantine Empire and became.
In addition, he has published an edited volume on the crisis in late sixteenth-century Venice (Celebrazione e autocritica. La Serenissima e la ricerca dell’identità veneziana nel tardo Cinquecento, ) and another on the tombs of the doges (The Tombs of the Doges of Venice from the Beginning of the Serenissima to).
Visitors to the Doge's Palace, one of Venice's top attractions, can also book a tour of the Itinerari Secret Itineraries Tour takes you to parts of the palace that are off limits during the regular visit, including secret passageways, prisons, the torture chamber, an interrogation room, and the infamous Bridge of : Melanie Renzulli.
A History of Venice, by John Julius Norwich, is an in-depth analysis of the history of the Republic of Venice from inception to its eclipse and demise. Venice came together around the time of the fall of the Western Roman Empire, as refugees from various Italian cities found themselves fleeing an onslaught of German and Hun invaders/5().
Basilica dei Santi Giovanni e Paolo: Burial place to Doges - See traveler reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Venice, Italy, at Tripadvisor.4/5().
The powerful Doges ruled the Venetian Empire from the Gothic fantasy palace that is Doge's Palace (Palazzo Ducale) until The site was one of the first things those arriving in Venice saw as their ships sailed through the lagoon and landed at St Mark's Square, and the doges ruled with an iron fist—justice was often meted out here/5().
Tour Description With special access, you'll see more of the Doge's palace than most other visitors. You’ll meet your guide near the Doge’s Palace and head straight inside (no waiting in line for you) where a palace guard will unlock a secret door, allowing you to step into the hidden world of political Venice.
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Mark's Basilica and Doge's Palace (From US$) Skip the Line: Doge's Palace Guided Tour in Venice (From US$)/5(26K).The Tombs of the Doges of Venice, which ex-plored ducal tombs down to that of Andrea Dandolo (d), the last doge to be buried in S. Marco. This pioneering work integrated politics, liturgy, biography, materiality, style, iconography and dynastic concerns.2 The book under review sustains this rich interdisciplinarity but spans the whole his.