Art of History on Jesus by George Peter Gatsis

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31 In the case of the pope, the choice of a Roman building concept needs more elucidation. First, the irreparable loss of both Jerusalem and Constantinople forced him to focus on the importance and continuity of Roman power. Secondly, the constant threat of the great European monarchs on the pope’s rule over Rome forced him to concentrate on the great Roman tradition. 32 Since the underlying motives for focusing on Roman heritage is fairly clear in the cases of the two capitals of the former empire, there is no need for further explanations of their kindred architectural preferences.

73-87; Prussin 1986 (56). 58 Harrelano Hernandez 1998 (49), pp. 142, 144-146; Henri Stierlin, Die Kunst der Maya, Stuttgart 1982, pp. 42-56. J. Mekking, called ‘Introductions into Crucial Themes of World Architecture Studies’. See note 48. nl. 60 Ludo van Eck, Het boek der kampen, Leuven, 1979, passim. 61 Holy & Unholy Zones is the fifth theme presented in a series of unpublished lectures by Aart J. J. Mekking, called ‘Introductions into Crucial Themes of World Architecture Studies’ See note 48.

J. Mekking, called ‘Introductions into Crucial Themes of World Architecture Studies’ See note 48. nl. J. Mekking, Die Aula Palatii in Den Haag. Ernst Schubert zum 70. Festschrift Ernst Schubert. Zeitschrift fu¨r Kunstgeschichte, 3 (1997), p. 308-333. J. Mekking, See note 48. nl. J. Mekking, Traditie als maatstaf voor vernieuwing in de kerkelijke architectuur van de Middeleeuwen. De rol van oud en nieuw in het proces van bevestiging en doorbreking van maatschappelijke structuren. Bulletin Koninklijke Nederlandse Oudheidkundige Bond (KNOB), 97(6) (1998), pp.

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