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Foto arte minore: Max Hutzel photographs of art and architecture in Italy, 1960-1990

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Hutzel (Max) Photographs of Art and Architecture in Italy
Series VI. Lazio 197 boxes
Photographs of sites in Lazio with accompanying lists.
Arrangement note
Arranged alphabetically by city, general views of the city/historic center, and monument name.
Casape
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209 general views 4 items
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223 S. Stefano 7 items
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Frosinone
Alatri
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166 Acropolis 2 items
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Two views of portals leading to the acropolis and one of a deteriorated sculpture.
166 General Views 16 items
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Architecture. Polygonal wall dating from the 4th to 2nd centuries B.C.
Post-medieval: Architecture. Views of unidentified buildings and a fountain.
166 Palazzo Conte-Gentile 1 item
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View of an iron griffin from the exterior wall of the palazzo.
166 Palazzo Gottifredi 4 items
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Medieval: Architecture. Gothic construction from the 13th century. Post-medieval: the building consists of two stories with double-arcaded window frames. Coverage consists of exterior views with close-ups of windows.
166 Piazza S. Maria Maggiore 9 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture. Piazza in the center of the city with a sun clock and a fountain called the Fonte Pia, named after Pope Pius IX, who had it constructed.
166 Portal S. Benedetto 3 items
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Views of front, side, and interior of Portal S. Benedetto.
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167 S. Francesco 30 items
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Master of the Madonna of Alvito
Medieval: late 13th c. architecture. 13th century with a facade articulated by a gothic-arched doorway and a rose window.
Post-medieval: Sculpture, fresco, painting, stucco decoration, redecorated in the 18th century, 14th, 15th c. frescoes
167 S. Maria dei Padri Scolopi 27 items
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Views of exterior and interior, including main portal, altar, apse, and paintings.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI (1981), p. 597
167 S. Maria Maggiore 30 items
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Architectural views (medieval core collection)
Views of portals with frescoed lunettes (deteriorated), rose window and turreted campanile with mullioned windows. Views of naves and chapels. Extensive coverage of the chapel of the "Madonna of Constantinople."
TCI (1981), p. 598.
167 S. Silvestro 38 items
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Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, frescoes. This church dates from the medieval period and the interior consists of 2 assymetrical naves, a crypt below, and frescoes dating from the 14th and 15th centuries decorating the walls. Coverage consists mostly of views of the frescoes, with a few views of the main facade.
167 S. Stefano 5 items
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Medieval: Architecture. This structure possesses a facade built in 1284 with a tri-lobed portal. Views of the main portal only.
Amaseno
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171 S. Lorenzo, Parish church 48 items
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Exterior and interior views, including the rose window, frescoes, and campanile.
Anagni
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172 Casa Barnekow 16 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, fresco painting. Views are of the exterior only, with detail shots of the fresco, columns, windows.
172 Chiesa 62 items
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Owner: chiesa dei cappuccini
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, cosmati pavement, fresco fragments. Views of the exterior and interior, especially of the (damaged) frescoes and mosaic floors.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Lazio (1981), p. 580-81
172 Palazzo Comunale 22 items
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Giacomo da Iseo
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, architectural fragments, fresco fragments.
Dating from the 1200's, the palace was restored in 1912 and 1975. No information provided by Hutzel. See TCI, Lazio, p. 582.
172 Palazzo di Bonifacio VIII 5 items
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Medieval: Built by Gregorio IX (dei Conti di Segni. Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture.
Object Notes: No information provided by Hutzel. See TCI, Lazio, p. 582
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173 S. Andrea 11 items
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Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture. Views are of the exterior, the campanile and the portals, with three interior views of the crypt.
173 S. Maria, Cathedral 21 items
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Artist Name: Magister Consolus; Presbiter Blaseus de Vassallo Siculus; Cosmas; Lucas; Jacobus (elder); Master of the Ornatista; Master of the Trans Lazioni; Fra Romanus
Medieval: Architecture (11-12th century, 13th century additions), architectural sculpture (9th, 11-12th century), mosaic (modern) and 13th century mosaic, wall painting (13th century) . Post-medieval: Frescoes including those in Cripta S. Magno, attr. to Magister Consolus, believed to have painted frescoes at S. Speco, Subiaco (1231-1255) Sacristy or Museum:. Extensive coverage of frescoes and crypt; some exterior views; 24 negatives of manuscript in cathedral treasury.
General Notes: In the Hutzel collection there are only two views of the exterior, one of the interior, and some of the crypt frescoes; however, only the exterior prints have matching negatives.
Aquino
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176 S. Maria della Libera 9 items
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Antiquities: 3 Roman sarcophagi on grounds of the church (highly decayed with little remaining of sculptural decoration, inscription)
Extensive coverage of exterior (all sides) and interior nave and aisles.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Lazio, 1978, pp. 620-21
Arpino
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177 Castello 5 items
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Medieval: Exterior views
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176 Convitto Tulliano 16 items
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Post-medieval: Exterior: W facade, general view and details.
176 General Views 23 items
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Medieval: Medieval quarter of city; includes general views, portals, exterior stairways.
Views of neighborhoods outside the borgo, and panoramas of the town.
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177 Monastery (Benedictine) 5 items
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Medieval: Architecture (cloister)
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Lazio (1981), p. 656
177 Palazzo Conti 7 items
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Exterior views of portal and fountain.
177 Palazzo Quadrini 9 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, exterior wall painting, iron work
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Lazio (1981), p. 656
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176 Porta Napoli 5 items
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Medieval: Architecture (gothic)
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Lazio (1981), p. 656
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177 S. Andrea Apostolo 30 items
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Artist Name: Cesari, Giuseppe (il Cavaliere d'Arpino)
Medieval: 13th century architecture. Post-medieval: 16th century architecture (1533 remodel), architectural sculpture, sculpture, fresco painting, painting on panel, stucco, church furnishings.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Lazio (1981), p. 656
177 S. Giuseppe 4 items
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Views are of the facade.
177 S. Maria 10 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture; exterior and interior views.
General Notes: Some negatives printed more than once.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Lazio (1981), p. 656
177 S. Michele 37 items
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Cesari, Giuseppe (il Cavaliere d'Arpino)
Post-medieval: Exterior views; general views of interior. Interior remodelled in the 18th century, with stucco decoration and paintings (documented with close-up views), wooded crucifix from the 16th century
Atina
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178 S. Marco 15 items
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Six views are of cemetary and six of objects in the museum. Negatives are missing.
Object Notes: Negatives are missing for this monument.
Ausonia
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179-180 Santuario di S. Maria del Piano 206 items
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General Notes: INCOMPLETE RECORD--NEGATIVES PROCESSED, PRINTS FILED
Boville Ernica
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195 Castello Filonardi 8 items
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Exterior views of the castle that once belonged to the Farnese family and is now a monastery. Coverage emphasizes the elegant renaissance portal.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI (Lazio) 1981 p. 647
195 Chiesa Suffragio 3 items
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Only Baroque facade remains.
195 Duomo 5 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture: exterior views of Baroque church. Exterior views of Baroque church.
195 General views 12 items
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Post-medieval: Various building facades and portals.
195 S. Michele Arcangelo 5 items
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Owner: S. Michele Arcangelo
Artist Name: Subleyras, Joseph
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, carved wooden ceilings. Building constructed in the second half of the 18th century, based on a design by Joseph Subleyras.
195 S. Pietro Ispano 42 items
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Artist Name: Bregno, Andrea (Andrea da Milano); Bregno, Andrea (Andrea da Milano); Giotto
Medieval: Palaeochristian sarcophagus from 4th century, with relief of Nativity and Adoration of the Magi. Mosaic by Giotto. Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, frescoes. Structure of romanesque origin, but renovated in the 16th-17th centuries. Statues in niches of S. Peter and S. Paul, by Andrea Bregno. Marble relief of the Holy Family in the manner of Bregno (end 15th century). Frescoes from the end of the 16th century.
General Notes: There were two sets of prints now integrated into a single sequence.
Casamari
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209 Abbazia di Casamari 45 items
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Prints of views, the exterior and its portico, portals and other walls. Interior photos of the church and its vaulting with particular attention paid to the altar. There are also photos of the cloister and the abbey interior, particularly the Sala Capitolare and the Refectory. There are many details of the varied nature of the columns and capitals. There are also some negatives of manuscripts in the library.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: February 23, 1983. There are more than one set of notes. Also, there is a second set of negatives in 35mm which are listed at the end of the negative numbers. They were noted by Hutzel as general shots and are not the set from which the prints we have were made.
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208 Museo Archeologico 110 items
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Governing Body: Abbazia di Casamari
Artist Name: Carracci, Annibale; Cecco del Caravaggio; Raphael; Balbi, Filippo; Bilivert, Giovanni; Trevisani, Francesco; Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri); Solimena, Francesco; Grammatica, Anteveduto; Solimena, Francesco; Sassoferrato, Giovanni Battista Salvi; Maratti, Carlo; Siciolante, Girolamo (Girolamo da Sermoneta); Batoni, Pompeo
Post-medieval: paintings on canvas, paintings on wood, wooden church furnishings
General Notes: This record is for the pinacoteca which is part of the Museo Archeologico, housed within the Abbey of Casamari. Hutzel assigned it a separate numbering sequence.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Lazio, 1981, pp 650-51
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209 S. Maria del Reggimento 1 item
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Medieval: Architecture . Views of the frescoes (damaged) are stored in the Meideval core collection.
General Notes: This church is not part of the Abbey of Casamari, but stands alone 500 meters away.
Certosa di Trisulti
Certosa di Trisulti, Monastery
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213 Certosa di Trisulti, Monastery 25 items
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Exterior views of monastery facade, portal, ramp walkways, church facade, Palazzo di Innocenzo III (now a dormitory), large and small cloister gardens.
213 Cappella dell'Annunziata 9 items
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Artist Name: Cavaliere d'Arpino
Views of chapel divided into two parts, the first of which is the sacristy and the second of which is a chapel containing an Annunciation painting.
213 Pharmacy 23 items
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Artist Name: Filippo Balbi
Views of the pharmacy and two receiving rooms apparently located in the pharmacy complex.
213 S. Bartolomeo 29 items
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Artist Name: Filippo Balbi; Fra Stefano; Mastro Iacobo; Giuseppe Caci
Interior views of church, including Coro dei Padri, Coro dei Conversi, presbytery (with main altar). Details of carved choir stalls, paintings, frescoed ceilings.
213 S. Domenico, Monastery 1 item
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One exterior view stored with Hutzel prints. Many negatives showing buildings in vicinity.
Ferentino
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220 Acropolis, Carcere di S. Ambrogio 92 items
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Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, fragments Post-medieval: Initialled medallions pinned to cloth
220 City wall 6 items
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Medieval: Views of wall
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221 Museo Civico 2 items
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Medieval: Detached fragments of architectural scultpure
221 Palazzo Caetani 12 items
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Six views of exterior portals and windows.
General Notes: This monument is part of a numerical sequence that includes five other monuments.
221 S. Francesco 10 items
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Post-medieval: Altar painting
221 S. Lucia 21 items
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Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture. Foundations date to 6th century, present building dates to the 10th century . Post-medieval: Fresco fragments (13th century)
Object Notes: Crypt of this church dedicated to S. Biagio
221 S. Maria Maggiore 79 items
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Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (1150-60; 13th century); tombstone . Post-medieval: Painting, fresco, sculpture
General Notes: 34 photos of this site previously sent (pre-restoration), along with bibliographic material (catalogued are filed in Medieval section). Negatives are filed with Hutzel (2nd set under S. Maria Maggiore nos. 1-34).
221 S. Valentino 6 items
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Antiquities: Architectural fragment with inscription
Medieval: Architectural sculpture; painting in portal tympanum . Post-medieval: Architectural, architectural sculpture--primarily exterior
Object Notes: Church founded 6th century, additions 12th century
221 Ss. Giovanni e Paolo, Cathedral 49 items
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Artist Name: Mino da Fiesole; Paulus; Drudus de Trivio
Medieval: Architectural sculpture (13th century); architectural sculpture (detached) ciborium, screen fragment (9th century); mosaic (12th century); sculpture (12th century) . Post-medieval: Sculpture (gravestones, tombs, tabernacle, confessional, ciborium-11th century-), frescoes, inscription fragment, mosaic, exterior architecture; architecture (11-12th century)
General Notes: Unable to locate Medieval photos of this site, and no copy of Hutzel sheet (extensive TCI entry)
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232 Madonna del Loreto 2 items
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Guarcino
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232 S. Michele 12 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, fresco painting, painting
Object Notes: Of Gothic foundation, redone in the 1700's. Isolated campanile with ogival aperture; on the walls of the main altar are fresco fragments from the end of the 1500's.
Isola del Liri
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233 S. Domenico 41 items
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Medieval: 11th century architecture, rebuilt in c. 1250 as a Cistercian church (largely restored, 20th century); architectural sculpture, including Roman reliefs incorporated into the design
233 S. Lorenzo, Collegiata 15 items
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Artist Name: Mariani, Aurelio
Post-medieval: 18th century architecture and architectural sculpture (1727); facade clocks; sculpture; carved portal with scenes from the life of San Lorenzo; paintings on canvas
Pofi
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247 General views 4 items
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There are neighborhood views of the older part of the city.
247 Palazzo Baronale 1 item
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View of Palazzo facade.
General Notes: This print number corresponds to the Hutzel guide, which includes several monuments within one numerical sequence.
247 Palazzo del Municipio 1 item
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Exterior view of Palazzo.
247 S. Antonio 24 items
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School of Giotto
Exterior and interior views, including coverage of Last Judgement fresco on W wall, ciborium and crypt.
247 S. Maria 21 items
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Artist Name: School of Bramante
Exterior views of facade and flanks; interior views of nave, altars, columns, capitals, and one painting.
General Notes: These print numbers correspond to the Hutzel guide, which includes several monuments within one numerical sequence.
247 Tower 1 item
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There are three exterior views of the tower.
General Notes: This print number corresponds to the Hutzel guide, which includes several monuments within one numerical sequence.
Roccasecca
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259 Casa di S. Tommaso 6 items
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Medieval: Architecture. Rough stone architecture with gothic-arched doorways and windows.
259 Castello 3 items
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Medieval: Architecture. Some walls and towers remain of this building in the medieval quarter. Most of the structure was destroyed in WWI.
259 Panoramic views 26 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture. Panoramic views of the city.
259 S. Tommaso 28 items
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Medieval: Architecture, painting. The church no longer has its roof and few walls remain standing. A short campanile still stands next to the facade with a horse-shoe arched tympanum.
Sgurgola
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324 Villa Magna 12 items
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Antiquities: Architecture, architectural sculpture. Remains of a Roman imperial villa, which probably dates to the time of Marcus Aurelius. It is said that Pompey, Septimus Severus and Geta Caracalla visited this villa.
Sora
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324 General views 4 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture.
2 prints with the same number.
324 S. Bartolomeo 18 items
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Artist Name: Conca, Sebastiano
Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, painting. Facade of the structure is a modern addition in the Neo-classical style. Nave vaults are decorated by frescoes dating from the 17th century. In a side altar is placed a painting of the Madonna and Child by Sebastiano Conca. A wooden crucifix, donated by Cardinal Baronio, and dating to 1564, is placed in a left side altar.
324 S. Francesco 29 items
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Medieval: Architectural sculpture. The apse of the church is decorated on the exterior by a double-arched gothic window.
Post-medieval: Architecture, painting, sculpture. In a side altar is placed a fresco of the Madonna of Misericordia, dating to the 15th century by an artist close to Lattanzio. The walls of the church are decorated by statues of Old Testament figures in niches.
324 S. Maria 28 items
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Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture. The church was built in the second half of the 11th century, with successive rebuildings in the early 12th century. The church was remodeled in the Cistercian style in 1229. The portal, decorated with vegetal motifs and an inscription, and the campanile both date to the Romanesque period.
Post-medieval: Architecture, painting, metalwork, sculpture. The church was remodeled in the Baroque style in the 17th century, but was restored in Gothic style after a fire destroyed the Baroque building.
Mistake made in the numbering: 2 prints with same number.
324 S. Maria Addolorata 11 items
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Post-medieval: Architectural sculpture, painting, sculpture. Neo-classical structure.
324 S. Restituta 21 items
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Medieval: Architectural sculpture. The decoration surrounding the three main portals as well as some other architectural sculpture fragments remain from the Romanesque church. Post-medieval: Architecture. The church was rebuilt in Romanesque style after an earthquake in 1915.
Object Notes: 1 Print with no negative.
Vallecorsa
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338 S. Michele 10 items
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Artist Name: Zucchi, Jacopo
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, painting, wooden crucifix. This church was destroyed in WWII, and all that remains of the original structure are some paintings by Jacopo Zucchi.
Veroli
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346 Madonna degli Angeli 23 items
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Artist Name: Antoniazzo Romano
Most views are of this rural church are of the interior frescoes: Mary Salome, S. Mauro, S. Biagio, S. Demetrio, the Madonna Lactans, and the Eternal Father.
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345 S. Andrea Apostolo, Cathedral 147 items
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Antiquities: relief sculpture; busts
Views of metalwork objects housed in Treasury of S. Andrea Apostolo, including busts, reliquaries, crosses, polittico, boxes.
General Notes: Museum, which contains Treasury, is located in the last chapel of the right nave. Thirteen views of (non-metalwork) sculpture from Museum have been assigned numbers at end of Treasury sequence, but there are no negatives corresponding to these prints, nor is there authoritative evidence that these objects are housed in the Cathedral Museum.
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346 S. Erasmo 21 items
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General Notes: INCOMPLETE RECORD-NEGATIVES PROCESSED, PRINTS FILED
346 S. Maria dei Franconi 19 items
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General Notes: INCOMPLETE RECORD--PRINTS FILED, NEGATIVES PROCESSED
346 S. Maria Salome 72 items
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Artist Name: Hispanus, F. D.
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, stone reliquary, frescoes, inscription fragments. According to tradition, the church (and crypt below) was built in 1209 to house the relics of the mother of the Apostles James and John. The structure was restored in the medieval period (1350) after an earthquake. Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, stucco ceiling decoration. The interior and exterior of the church were largely restored in the 18th century. Triptych of the Madonna, Child and Saints signed F. D. Hispanus and dated 1561.
General Notes: 2 sets of prints for the same site.
Vico nel Lazio
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347 S. Maria 22 items
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Medieval: Architecture, painting, sculpture. The church possesses a late-Romanesque portal and a small campanile. The interior of the church consists of one nave, with a marble main altar and fresco decoration in the church and in the crypt.
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227 Ruin 2 items
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Latina
Bassiano
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189 Borgo Medievale 50 items
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General views of the medieval city and its architectural details.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated.
189 S. Erasmo 44 items
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Exterior photos of facade and courtyard. Interior photos show views and details. The major artifact is a horizontal wooden crucifix in front of the altar. Additional photos of paintings and baptismal font.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign is undated.
189 S. Maria 11 items
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Exterior and interior views of what appears to be an ex-church, with details of fresco fragments.
Object Notes: There are no Hutzel photo campaign notes.
189 S. Nicola 57 items
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190 Santuario del SS. Crocifisso 81 items
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Medieval: Architecture, frescoes
Cori
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216 Annunziata 36 items
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Two views of the church exterior and one of a holy water stoup. All remaining views are of the frescoes.
216 General views 23 items
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Architecture. Views of ancient polygonal wall.
Post-medieval: Architecture. Views of the historical quarter of the city, with many ancient remains.
216 Piazza Montagna 9 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture. Views of the piazza. Views of Roman fragments in the vicinity of the piazza and detailed views of individual buildings on the piazza.
216 S. Francesco 37 items
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One Roman statue, a gravestone and an urn for ashes.
Views of facade and flank, two views of cloister, many views of naves and altars, some views of paintings and sculpture, and three views of Roman fragments in the garden.
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217 S. Maria della Pieta 85 items
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Two rooftop views of bell tower, many views of facade, several views of portals, several views of Roman gravestones and statues, two interior views of altar, several views of paintings, and several views of a unique Easter candle candelabra.
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217-219 S. Oliva 287 items
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Extensive coverage of exterior and interior including many views of Roman columns; many views of the renaissance frescoes and of the Renaissance cloister.
General Notes: There were two sets of prints for this location; they have now been integrated into a single numerical sequence. There
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219 S. Salvatore 16 items
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Artist Name: Fontbuoni, Anastasio
Post-medieval: Architecture, painting, wooden crucifix. The church contains frescoes of the Nativity and the Adoration of the Magi by the Tuscan artist Anastasio Fontebuoni (1610). Exterior, altar, crucifix, and paintings.
General Notes: There were two sets of prints which have now been integrated into a single numerical sequence. Many of the prints have duplicates.
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216 Tempio di Castore e Polluce 24 items
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Antiquities: Architecture, architectural sculpture. reconstructed after 89 B.C. All that remains standing are 2 Corinthian columns (20 flutes per column, 10 m. high and .92 m. in diameter) on which a fragment of the architrave rests. remains from the temple have been incorporated into neighboring structures.
General Notes: There were two sets of prints for this monument; they have now been integrated into a single numerical sequence and assigned numbers beginning with H-1. There is no guide for this location.
216 Temple of Hercules 39 items
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Antiquities: Architecture, architectural sculpture. According to an inscription, the so-called Temple of Hercules (the actual dedication of the temple is not known) was built by the duumvirs M. Manlius and L. Turpilius in the 1st century B.C. It is constructed of travertine with traces of stucco revetment. Much of the building has been restored.
Distant views, medium range views and detailed views of the temple remains.
General Notes: Two sets of prints have now been integrated into a single numerical sequence.
Fondi
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222 Abbey of S. Magno 16 items
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Exterior and interior views of abbey ruins, including one damaged fresco.
General Notes: Views, numbered H-33 through H-47, form part of the numerical sequence for Madonna del Soccorso.
222 S. Francesco 19 items
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Three exterior views; interior views of nave and vaulted ceiling; views of cloister.
General Notes: Cloister views, numbered H-15 through H-30, form part of the numerical sequence that begins with Madonna del Soccorso.
222 S. Maria Assunta 51 items
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Exterior views of the church facade, portals, flank, and bell tower. Interior views of the naves, altars, columns, paintings, and tabernacle.
222 S. Maria del Soccorso 15 items
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Medieval: Architecture and architectural sculpture; frescos, largely ruined
222 S. Pietro, Duomo 30 items
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Painting and sculpture from the church interior.
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226 Museo Diocesano 52 items
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Gaeta
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226 S. Domenico 12 items
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Giovanni da Gaeta; Scipione Pulzone; Giacinto Branchi
In Hutzel section, views of paintings and frescoes only. In Medieval section, exterior views of facade, portal, courtyard, bell tower. Interior views of vaulted ceiling, nave arcade, detached architectural sculpture fragments.
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227 S. Francesco 34 items
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Sebastiano Conca
Exterior views of neo-Gothic church, including detail views of main portal. Interior views emphasize ceiling's complicated nervature and main altar. View of Pieta fresco and crucifixion painting. Views of cloister.
227 S. Giovanni in Mare 3 items
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Artist Name: Cavallino
In Hutzel section, two views of 14th c. fresco. In Medieval section, exterior views of 10th c. church's facade and cupola. Interior views of nave duringand after 1980 restoration.
227 S. Lucia 18 items
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Views of architectural details in vicinity of church and on church exterior. More conventional coverage of church exterior and interio in Medieval.
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226 SS. Annunziata 57 items
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Artist Name: Criscuolo; Andrea da Salerno
Views of baroque facade, an addition to 14th c. church. Interior views of nave and altar, choir, and Grotta d'Oro. Detailed coverage of polittico in choir and painting series in Grotta. View of cloister in adjoining ex-convent and the byzantinesque polittico in Cappella del Conservatorio, inside the ex-convent.
Object Notes: No negatives.
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227 SS. Erasmo e Marziano, Cathedral 65 items
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Owner: Museo Diocesano
Artist Name: Giovanni da Gaeta; Riccardo Quartaro; Maso di Banco; Scipione Pulzone; Sebastiano Conca; Giacinto Brandi; Luca Giordano
Antiquities: Roman statue, fragments. Roman columns, capitals, sarcophagi.
Views of objects in the pinacoteca, including paintings, 14th and 15th c. statues, fragments of Renaissance portals, 13th c. iconostasis, family crests. Views of interior nave, altar, chapels. Detailed coverage of silver and gold statues of Erasmus and Marciano. Views of sacristy painting, sculpture, choir stall and crypt altar, frescoes.
General Notes: No negs. for Medieval core collection prints. More than half of prints stored in Hutzel section have no matching negatives either.
Itri
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233 Castello 25 items
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Medieval: Architecture
233 S. Angelo 25 items
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Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (11th century and later) . Post-medieval: Interior, fresco (15th century)
233 S. Cristoforo 5 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture
233 S. Maria Maggiore 21 items
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Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture
Minturno
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237 S. Pietro 43 items
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Sculpture. Statue of a Roman magistrate, known as "Scipione", dating from the late Roman period.
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, pulpit with marble and mosaic decoration, Paschal candelabrum. This church was built in the middle of the 11th century, with additions in the 13th-14th centuries, and alterations to the interior in the 17th century. A flight of steps leads up to a porticoed porch, above which rises the campanile. The interior of the church is vaulted with groin vaults, now decorated with coffers and stucco decoration. Near the altar are placed the Paschal candelabrum (1264) and the pulpit (1260), both decorated with multi-colored mosaics. The pulpit, in addition, has marble bas reliefs along the sides of the stairs depicting Jonah being swallowed by the whale, and on the other side, a lion swallowing a man.
Post-medieval: Stucco decoration, coffered ceiling, painting, pietra dura altar and tabernacle, crucifix, sculpture. Along the nave is the chapel of the Sacrament (1587), made of polychromed marble and gilded stucco , with a painting of the Last Supper attributed to the school of Sabatino, placed above.
Ninfa
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242 Castello dei Caetani 11 items
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A castle with a square tower encircled by a defensive wall which is perforated by double windows.
General Notes: Ninfa is an abandoned medieval city.
242 House 3 items
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This structure with double windows stands next to the Castello dei Caetani. Restored by the owners, this structure is not overgrown by vegetation.
General Notes: Ninfa is an abandoned medieval city.
242 Ponte del Macello 4 items
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An overgrown double-arched stone bridge spanning the River Ninfa.
General Notes: Ninfa is an abandoned medieval city.
242 S. Giovanni 8 items
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Fragments of church walls overgrown with vegetation.
General Notes: Ninfa is an abandoned medieval city.
242 S. Maria Maggiore 11 items
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Remains of a church stand among cyprus trees: a tower, curved apse wall and buttessed walls. Frescoes on the apse walls are damaged and faint.
General Notes: Ninfa is an abandoned medieval city.
242 S. Pietro 16 items
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Views of an overgrown church with clear remains of an arcade wall and a rounded apse.
General Notes: Ninfa is an abandoned medieval city.
242 Tower 2 items
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Exterior view of an isolated, abandoned, four-sided tower overgrown with vegetation.
General Notes: Ninfa is an abandoned medieval city.
242 Unidentified Structures 8 items
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General views of the abandoned medieval city Ninfa--unidentified buildings overgrown with vegetation.
Priverno
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251 City wall 2 items
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Medieval: Architecture
251 Madonna del Caldo 2 items
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Medieval: Architecture
251 Palazzo Comunale 11 items
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Medieval: Architecture (13-14th century)
251 Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II 6 items
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Specific Location: Fontana dei Delfini
Artist Name: Bernini
Post-medieval: Sculpture (16th century)
251 S. Antonio Abate 64 items
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Artist Name: Toballo de Ianni; Coleberti da Piperno, Pietro
Medieval: Architectual sculpture (14th century) sculpture . Post-medieval: Architecture; fresco cycles (13-15th century)
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252 S. Benedetto 53 items
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Artist Name: Coleberti da Piperno, Pietro
Medieval: Architecture (9th century) . Post-medieval: Frescoes (11-15th century); sculpture
General Notes: Note: Hutzel's incorrect labelling of back of photos as S. Francesco
252 S. Giovanni Evangelista 23 items
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Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture . Post-medieval: Frescoes (recently restored, broad date range), sculpture
252 S. Lorenzo 14 items
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Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture . Post-medieval: Frescoes
252 S. Maria Assunta (Cattedrale) 23 items
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Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (original arcade) . Post-medieval: Architecture (18th century, original church of 1283 destroyed by earthquake); Baroque interior
252 S. Nicolo 3 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture
252 S. Tommaso 3 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture
252 S. Vito 3 items
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Medieval: Architectural sculpture (fragment) . Post-medieval: Architecture
Sermoneta
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318-319 Castello Caetani 129 items
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Artist Name: Valentino
Post-medieval: Views of other architectural structures in proximity; architecture, architectural sculpture (17th century) interiors include furniture, wall paintings (16th century), sculpture
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319 Madonna delle Grazie 23 items
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Medieval: Ruins of church with frescoes (13th century)
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated.
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320 S. Giuseppe 14 items
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Artist Name: Siciolante, Girolamo (Girolamo da Sermoneta)
Medieval: Architecture, frescoes (13th century), painting, sculpture
General Notes: No documentation provided for this site
320 S. Maria Assunta, Cathedral 40 items
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Artist Name: Gozzoli, Benozzo; Coleberti da Piperno, Pietro
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (13 century), altar (13th century, cosmati), holy water basins. Post-medieval: Sculpture, painting, wall painting
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated.
320 S. Pudenziana 7 items
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Medieval: Architectural ruins (4th century AD ?)
Object Notes: These photos are included in the Hutzel notes for S. Francesco, which are undated.
Sezze
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320-322 Antiquarium Comunale 395 items
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322 general views 31 items
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322 general views 9 items
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323 general views 9 items
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323 general views 71 items
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323 general views 26 items
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323 Palazzo Normisini 11 items
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323 S. Lucia 53 items
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Sonnino
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324 S. Michele 35 items
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Medieval: Photographed during restoration; architecture, architectural sculpture (11-14th century); pascal candles (11th century); painted wooden crucifix (14th century)
Object Notes: TCI mentions 13th century work of Madonna and Child above main altar; removed during restoration?
Terracina
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334 Foro Emiliano 28 items
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Antiquities: Views and details of the ruins of the forum of the ancient town.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated.
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332 General views 31 items
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Antiquities: Views of ancient Roman ruins in the city associated with the Foro Emiliano and the Porta Romana.
General views of city and ruins.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign is undated. See also Marburger Index no. 532.
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333-334 Museo Archeologico 231 items
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Antiquities: Stone figures, both full-length and busts; ancient altars, sarcophagi, inscriptions and stone fragments from the Temple of Giove Anxur and from the ancient town.
Object Notes: Hutzel campaign notes are undated.
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333 Porta Romana 8 items
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Antiquities: Exterior views of ancient city gate.
Object Notes: Hutzel campaign notes are undated.
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334 S. Cesario, Duomo 16 items
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Antiquities: Medieval church built on the ruins of an ancient temple dedicated to Rome and to Augustus. The front steps remain from the Roman temple. Columns on facade are also Roman, although they have Medieval bases. There are photos of the front steps, parts of the ancient walls and of the columns. Most prints are in the Medieval core collection. There are no exterior prints in the Hutzel collection.
The present church was consecrated in 1074, but dates in most part from the 12th century. It was renovated in the 18th century. There are exterior views of the facade. Views of the interior include the apse generally as well as details of the altar, an elaborate candelabra dated 1261 and a pulpit with ancient columns and stylized animals. There are, in addition, other photos of architectural details. Most prints are in the Medieval core collection. In the Hutzel collection, there are prints of architectural details and of one altar (not the main one).
Object Notes: Hutzel campaign notes are undated. See also Marburger Index, nos. 532-33.
334 Tempio di Giove Anxur 52 items
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Antiquities: General views of the precinct of Giove and of the ruins of the Temple of Giove Anxur, the Little Temple and of the Pisco Montana.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated. See also Marburger Index, no. 532.
Velletri
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340 Piazza Mazzini 11 items
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Details of fountain in the Piazza.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: 1984.
Lazio
Rome
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309 S. Saba 74 items
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Antiquities: Sarcophagi, stele, relief fragments.
Principle views of church exterior, interior, and Oratorio di S. Silva (basement level) in Medieval collection. Views remaining with Hutzel collection are of the portico, where medieval relief fragments are displayed along with antiquities, and of frescoes from the church interior.
Norba
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242 etruscan site, archaeological ruins 22 items
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Rieti
Accumoli
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166 S. Maria della Misericordia 11 items
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Artist Name: Turchi, Alessandro
Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, painting, architectural sculpture. This possesses a Baroque altar in which is placed a painting of the Madonna and Child and Saints by Orbetto (Alessandro Turchi).
Amatrice
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172 S. Francesco 30 items
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Artist Name: Vannini, Pietro; Gigli, Giovanni Battista
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture. S. Francesco is a large Romanesque/Gothic church, dating to the late 14th century. The facade has a richly ornamented portal. In the lunette of the portal are figures of polychromed terracotta representing the Madonna and Child with 2 angels. Post-medieval: Views of the exterior and interior, including: wooden pulpit, Baroque altar and tabernacle, sculpture, frescoes. The walls within the church are covered with fresco decoration from the 15th century by artists of the Marche school. The Nativity, the Madonna Enthroned with Saints, the Tree of Jesse, the Coronation of the Virgin, and the Last Judgment are some of the scenes depicted. The church also contains a Baroque altar created by Giovanni Battista Gigli, created to house a gothic reliquary attributed to Pietro Vannini (1472).
Object Notes: Coverage offers views of the exterior and interior of the church, including the main portal, altars, frescoes, and columns.
Antrodoco
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174 S. Maria Assunta, Cathedral 33 items
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Artist Name: Nicola da Guardiagrele
Medieval: Romanesque facade portral from church of S. Maria extra moenia. Post-medieval: 18th century architecture (1712) with rich Baroque interior; paintings on canvas; processional cross
Borbona
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194 Parish Church 47 items
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Views of the facade, interior, paintings and sculpture.
General Notes: Eight prints (H46-H53), all of the crucifix, are missing. There is no Hutzel guide for this location.
Borgo Velino
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194 General views 7 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture. Views of architectural sculpture.
194 S. Antonio 26 items
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Antiquities: Sculpture. Fragment of Roman sculpture, including a dedicatory inscription for the Nymphaeum of Diana Reduce.
Medieval: 12th c. architecture, architectural sculpture, painting, remains from the 7th and 8th centuries. The frescoes from the apse area were removed and are now housed in the Museum of the Treasury of the Duomo di Rieti.
194 S. Giovanni, Baptistery 10 items
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Medieval: Architecture (9th century), baptismal font. Post-medieval: Frescos (15th century)
194 S. Maria extra moenia 29 items
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Artist Name: German school, 15th century; Coleberti da Piperno, Pietro
Antiquities: Pavement with Roman inscription
Medieval: Architecture and architectural sculpture (5th-12th centuries). Post-medieval: Frescos (15th century)
Cantalupo in Sabina
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197 General views 2 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture. Views of buildings in the city.
197 Palazzo Camuccini 20 items
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Artist Name: Bianchi, Giovan Domenico
Antiquities: Sculpture. A collection of ancient artifacts is housed in the palazzo.
Post-medieval: Architecture. The palazzo was built by the architect Giovan Domenico Bianchi (16th century) for Cardinal Pierdonato Cesi, on the site of a medieval castle, parts of which were used in the new structure. The facade consists of a portico surmounted by a loggia.
197 S. Biagio 26 items
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Antiquities: Sculpture. A baptismal font has been created from a re-used Roman funerary urn.
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, tabernacle. S. Biagio is a Baroque church with an interior space in the shape of an oval with 4 lateral chapels.
Casperia
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209 Chiesa dell'Annunziata 27 items
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Artist Name: Sassoferrato, Giovanni Battista Salvi; Saraceni, Girolamo
Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, painting. Church was built in 1609 by Girolamo Saraceni. Painting by Sassoferrato depicting the Annunciation above main altar.
209 S. Giovanni Battista 30 items
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Medieval: Architecture. Campanile dating from the 12th century, with two registers of double-arched windows and a loggia on the uppermost register.
Post-medieval: Architecture, painting, sculpture. In the apse, painting of the Baptism of Christ, by Iacopo Siculo dated to 1524. On the predella is depicted Christ and the Apostles. Statue of Christ holding lamb and book with seven seals, Crucifix of marble.
Views of campnile, fountain in piazza in front of church, and interior views of nave, crucifix, cupola, choir, paintings and sculpture.
209 S. Maria di Legarano 99 items
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Artist Name: Antoniazzo Romano (Antonio di Benedetto Aquilo); Carlo dell' Aquila; Torresani, Alessandro; Torresani, Bartolomeo
Antiquities: Architecture and sculpture. Remains of "opus reticulatum" walls (church built on the site of a roman villa), a "colossal god" sculpture from 1 B.C.
Medieval: Wooden crucifix dating from the 1400's or (14th century)??? . Post-medieval: Painting, sculpture. In the lunette above the portal is a fresco of the Annunciation by Bartolomeo Torresani. A fresco of the Last Judgment, by Bartolomeo Torresani, on walls of a chapel to the left of the atrium. Painting of S. Sebastian and S. John the Baptist of the school of Antoniazzo Romano. In a niche, representation of the Wedding of the Virgin, fresco attributed to Alessandro Torresani. Nativity scene in polychromed terracotta by an Abruzzi artist from the 15th century. Behind the main altar, a polychromed wood statue of the Virgin and Child signed by Carlo dell'Aquila (1489).
Cittareale
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214 S. Antonio 37 items
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Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, architectural fragments, sculptural fragments . Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, painting, sculpture
Object Notes: Town dates back to 1261, under King Carlo I D'Angio.
Farfa (environs)
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219-220 Abbey of S. Martino 121 items
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Views of ruins of the Abbey complex and crypt on the mountain of S. Martino near Farfa.
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253 General views 4 items
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Views of town in the vicinity of Farfa.
Labro
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234 S. Maria 35 items
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Medieval: Architectural fragments, sculptural fragments . Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, fresco painting, painting, sculpture, sculptural fragments
Object Notes: In 1508, the church was built over the remains of a castle, preceding that of the Vitelleschi. No information provided by Hutzel. See TCI, Lazio, p.456.
Leonessa
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234 General views 19 items
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Medieval: Rooftops, houses. Post-medieval: Various secular structures in Leonessa: city gate, street facades, portals
234 S. Carlo 3 items
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Three views of Baroque interior, including dome fresco of the Coronation of the Virgin
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: May 1984
General Notes: Hutzel labeled these prints: Leonessa, S. Giuseppe
234 S. Francesco 56 items
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Artist Name: Rigo, Pasquale; Orfeo, Ercole; Cola dall'Amatrice; L'Aquila School (14-15th century); Silvestro dell' Aquila; Troppa, Girolamo
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (14-15th century). Post-medieval: Metalwork, sculpture (16th century), painted wood statues (15th century), frescoes, sculpture Presbytery serving as museum: sculpture, painting (17th century), frescoes, metalwork--processional cross
234 S. Francesco-SacristyMuseum 49 items
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235 S. Giuseppe da Leonessa 28 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (18th century), double-domed Baroque interior with frescoes, wall paintings, sculpture and a reliquary of Saint Joseph
235 S. Pietro 64 items
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Artist Name: Lanfranco, Giovanni; Brandi, Giacinto; Silvestro dell' Aquila; Rosa, Salvator; Siculo, Jacobo; Turchi, Alessandro
Medieval: Exterior views of architecture, and architectural sculpture (15th century). Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, frescoes (15th century), wall painting (17th century), sculpture
Magliano Sabina
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236 Cathedral 116 items
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Artist Name: Lucas de la Have; Troppa, Girolamo; Jacovetti, Rinaldo; Pomerancio; Conca, Sebastiano; Parrogel, Stefano
Exterior views of facade (18th century) and portals (15th century. Views of restored interior: frescoes in apse of the Coronation of the Virgin, Annunciation and the Birth and Death of the son of Uliano, nobleman of Magliano; decorative ceiling fresoes; altarpieces, and marble altars. Treasury: chasuble of silver and gold brocade decorated with saints (18th century), portraits of bishops (15th-17th century).
236 Madonna delle Grazie 22 items
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One exterior view of facade. Interior views include: high altarpiece of a mixed-media Madonna--metalwork on painted panel (15th century, Umbrian), wood sarcophagus. Crypt: votive frescoes including St. Francis receiving the stigmata. (12th-15th century). Wooden statue of crucifixion (16th century).
236 Museo Civico 19 items
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Artist Name: Lorenzo da Viterbo
Antiquities: Prints of the archeological collection include architectural sculpture, an alabaster skull, and Roman gravestones. Negatives include antique vessels.
Exterior views of streets and portals leading up to the Palazzo comunale, and the Palazzo Gori on via Sabina 19. Both structures house the collections of the Museo Civico. Prints of a ceramic sculpture of Mary Queen of Heaven with putti and donors that Hutzel incorrectly attributed to Andrea della Robbia, a damaged fresco of Christ by Lorenzo da Viterbo, and coats-of-arms (14th century).
Object Notes: 2 prints of the Porta Romana are found in the Medieval core collection.
236 S. Michele 34 items
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Artist Name: Kauffmann
Antiquities: 2 Roman cinerary urns
Exterior views of facade and 14th century side wall. Interior views and detailed shots of altarpiece (16th century), paintings of saints (16th, 19th centuries), and two stone ciboria.
236 S. Pietro 4 items
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Artist Name: Antoniazzo Romano
Antiquities: Columns and capitals of various styles.
Exterior views of Romanesque facade and apse. Views of Lombard Romanesque interior, with special attention to columns. Frescoes of Virgin by Antoniazzo Romano and an unidentified bas relief of the Virgin and Child with saints.
Montebuono
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Artist Name: Giacomo di Roccantica
Exterior views of church, including portal to the cemetery that surrounds it. General interior views of S. Pietro and more detailed views of frescoes in the apse, back wall and side chapel of the church. Fresco scenes near the entrance include: Madonna and Child, the Marriage of St. Catherine, St. Anthony Abbot, and the Martyrdom of St. Laurence (Umbrian, 15th century). A scene of the Annunciation is above an arch leading to the side chapel (Florentine, 14th century) and under the archway are frescoes of Charlemagne, Pepin, St. Joachim, St. Anna, Desiderius and others. Fresco subjects of the apse by Giacomo di Roccantica include: the Last Judgment, Madonna and Child (1451).
Monteleone Sabino
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239 S. Giovanni Evangelista, Parish church 20 items
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Several exterior views of the facade, portal and stone lions; interior views of the nave, altars, and paintings.
239 S. Vittoria 12 items
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Antiquities: Fragments of Roman sarcophagi, portals, inscribed tablets, a sun stone, and stone lions.
Extensive coverage of the church exterior and interior, including Roman antiquities, frescoes, ciborium, altar and nave is stored in the Medieval core collection. The coverage in the Hutzel collection is mainly of Roman fragments.
Accompanying Material: There are 53 prints stored in Medieval core collection.
Orvinio
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245 Madonna dei Raccomandati 12 items
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Artist Name: Manenti, Vincenzo
Post-medieval: Architecture, painting. Structure dates to the 16th century. Within the church are numerous frescoes by Vincenzo Manenti.
245 Panorama 2 items
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Post-medieval: general views of the city
245 Parrocchiale 16 items
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245 S. Maria del Piano 2 items
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Poggio Catino
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247 Madonna di Constantinopoli 8 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, painting. Church located near cemetery. At time the photos were taken, the church was in a state of disrepair. In the apse is a fresco of the Madonna, Christ and the Disciples.
Poggio Mirteto
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247 Assunta, Cathedral 52 items
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Artist Name: Giovanni Baglione
Exterior views of apse, flanks, and brick, two-story facade of 17th c. cathedral, with details of tympanum and crest. Interior views of naves, altar, chapels, details of baroque stucco decoration, altar painting by Giovanni Baglione, other paintings, statues, cupola, and 16th c. silver processional cross in sacristy.
247 Episcopal palace 14 items
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Exterior views of palace oratory and its bell cote and of medieval palace facade, main portal, side portal, courtyard, courtyard columns, and portico.
247 General views 2 items
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Panoramic view of town.
247 Palazzo del Municipio 1 item
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Details of inscription and crest on facade. Views of entire facade in Assunta and Porta Farnese files.
247 Piazza Martiri della Liberta 2 items
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View of piazza from perspective of town portal.
247 Porta Farnese 2 items
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View of town portal in relation to Palazzo del Municipio and detail of crest.
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248 S. Paolo 129 items
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Torresani, Lorenzo
Medieval: Architecture, post-restoration (12th century)
Post-medieval: Interior: nave and chapels; votive frescoes (13-14th century); apse frescoes depicting Coronation of the Virgin, prophets, saints, and Conversion of St. Paul, by Lorenzo Torresani (1521)
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247 Torre dell'orologio 2 items
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Two distant and one detail view of tower (1566).
Poggio Nativo
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248 S. Paolo 48 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture (with elements of original Medieval structure remaining), cosmati style decoration, stucco decoration, paintings on canvas, fresco, sculpture
Ponticelli
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250 General views 3 items
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Medieval: Views of citadel and city walls.
250 S. Maria del Colle 17 items
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Medieval: 13th century architecture (much restored) with small campanile; frescos . Post-medieval: Frescos; funerary sculpture
Object Notes: Location of negatives is unknown.
Posta
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251 S. Francesco 3 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture. Church dates to the 16th century, with a campanile and a simple portal decorated with angels in medallions.
251 S. Rufina 26 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, painting, sculpture, metalwork (tabernacle), wooden statues, stucco decoration. This church has a greek cross plan and a Baroque interior.
Object Notes: Posta environs. Undocumented Hutzel name.
Rieti
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253 Museo Civico 169 items
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Owner: Palazzo Comunale
Artist Name: Lucca di Tomme; Zanino di Pietro; Antoniazzo Romano; Benedetto da Rieti; Marcantonio Aquili; Giovanni Andrea Toretti; Carlo Cesio; Ascanio Manenti; Vincenzo Manenti; Lattanzio Niccoli; Cesare Tuppi; Lorenzo Ottoni
Antiquities: Antique statues and busts.
Some wooden statues, mostly of the Madonna & Child. In most part, paintings, including the Madonna & Child with SS. Domenico. Peter, Paul and Peter Martyr by Lucca di Tomme. There is also a tryptich of the Resurrection, with predella scenes of the Passion, and other Renaissance and Baroque paintings.
Object Notes: Two Hutzel photo campaign dates, one December 22, 1982, the other date is not legible. There are two sets of prints, one with numbers and an "A" set with its own numbers. At this time, the "A" set matches to the negatives we have; however, the negatives are missing for the numbered set. Since the two sets are virtually identical, it would in most cases be possible to find an image in the "A" set that would have a negative. Numbered set: 72 prints; "A" set: 94 prints.
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254 Museo del Tesoro del Duomo 87 items
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Owner: Cathedral
Artist Name: Fiorentino, Federico; Umbria, School of; Gallina, Giacomo; Foligno, Bernardo da
Photos are all of metalwork: crucifixes, chalices and monstrances in most part. Negatives without prints also show some statuary.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: December 27, 1982. His notes indicate that this is the "Museum of the Processional Cross," however TCI indicates that it is the Museo del Tesoro del Duomo. It is also possible that negatives without prints may belong to the Museo Civico in Rieti.
254 Palazzo Comunale 17 items
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Calcagnadoro, Antonino; Ottoni, Lorenzo
Sculpture. Fragments of roman architectural sculpture and inscriptions.
Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, painting. This structure was built in the 13th century and renovated in the 18th. The Sala Consiliare contains frescoes by Antonino Calcagnadoro. A bust of (Pope) Clement XII by Lorenzo Ottoni (1735) is also displayed.
Museo Civico prints are filed separately.
254 Palazzo Mosca 2 items
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Medieval: Architecture. Palazzo dating from the 14th century, with ancient portico.
254 S. Agnese 21 items
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Artist Name: Alfani, Emanuele
Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, painting. This church was constructed in the first half of the 16th century and altered in 1748. Also from this period are the ceiling frescoes and two paintings, the Madonna of the Rosary, and S. Agnese e la Beata Colomba, by Emanuele Alfani.
254 S. Agostino 33 items
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Artist Name: Niccoli, Lattanzio; Carosi, Ludovico; Pandolfi, Giovanni Giacomo; Siena
Medieval: Architecture, sculpture, painting. The church dates from the 13th century, and still possesses two gothic portals. The main portal, of the 14th century, contains a semicircular tympanum within which is a fresco of the Madonna and Child with S. Augustine and S. Nicholas of Bari, a work of the Sienese school from 1354. Above the lunette in the gable is a relief of the Lamb of God. The other medieval portal on one of the transept arms is less elaborate than the main portal, consisting of double-arcaded windows and a central round window above. Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, painting. The interior of the structure dates from the Baroque period (end 17th century). In a left side chapel is a cycle of frescoes dating from the 16th century, depicting Christ blessing. In a right side chapel is a cycle of scenes from the life of S. Augustine, dating from the 17th century. Above the altar of the left transept arm, is a painting of the Ecstacy of S. Rita da Cascia, by Lattanzio Niccoli (1634). In the right transept arm is a depiction of the Massacre of the Innocents, by Ludovico Carosi (1712). Another side altar contains a painting of the Madonna and child with saints by Giovanni Giacomo Pandolfi (1599).
254 S. Caterina 27 items
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Artist Name: Pandolfi, Giovanni Giacomo
Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, metalwork, tapestry, painting. Baroque church which contains a painting of the Transfiguration by Giovanni Giacomo Pandolfi (1595). In the sacristy are displayed vestments and a silver cross with an elaborately carved base.
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255 S. Domenico 40 items
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Artist Name: Torresani, Lorenzo; Torresani, Bartolomeo
Medieval: 13th century architecture . Post-medieval: 16th century archiecture, frescos (16th century) of the Last Judgement
255 S. Francesco 78 items
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Artist Name: Giotto; Manenti, Vincenzo; Aquili, Marcantonio; Torresani, Lorenzo
Post-medieval: Built in 1245, added to in 2nd half 13th century, radically restored 1636. Interior: frescoes restored 1980, 1st half 13th century and 14th century; paintings; Baroque organ/choir loft.
255 S. Giovenale 17 items
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Artist Name: Thorwaldsen, Bertel
Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, ceiling frescoes, painting. S. Giovenale was originally constructed in the 15th century under a different dedication. In the 18th century it was restructured and renamed. The church possesses a marble tomb dedicated to Isabella Alfani, the wife of Angelo Maria Ricci, which is decorated with a bas-relief by the Danish artist Bertel Thorwaldsen (1829).
255 S. Giuseppe 23 items
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Artist Name: Manenti, Vincenzo
Post-medieval: Architecture, stucco wall and ceiling decoration, painting. The church possesses two paintings by the artist Vincenzo Manenti, depicting the Holy Family and the Transito??? of S. Joseph.
255 S. Lucia 14 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, wooden ceilings with inlay and fresco decoration, carved tabernacle with relief on door, painting. Baroque structure.
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256-257 S. Maria Assunta, Duomo, e Palazzo Vescovile 275 items
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Artist Name: Torresani, Lorenzo; Manenti, Vincenzo; Sacchi, Andrea; Lattanzio, Niccoli; Romanelli, Giovanni Francesco; Fontana da Melide, Giovanni; Cipriani, Sebastiano; Perfetti, Giovanni Antonio; Mari, Giovanni Antonio; Romano, Antoniozzo; Grimani, Gregorio; Paolucci, Carlo; Maestro Andrea
Medieval: Duomo, architecture (12-13th, 15th centuries). Post-medieval: Duomo and Palazzo Vescovado: Architecture, sculpture, frescoes, painting, architectural sculpture, metalwork, vestments
General Notes: Hutzel combines two sites here, with no indication as to which photos or negatives belong to either site. Sites are catalogued separately in Medieval section, and entered thus in database. It is uncertain as to whether this includes objects from the Museo del Tesoro del Duomo. Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated. There is a note that there are no prints for 69-129.
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257 S. Pietro 36 items
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Artist Name: Brioni, Filippo
Medieval: Architectural sculpture. Portal dates from the 13th century. The church was first built in 1153. Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, stucco decoration, wooden coffered ceiling. The main altar, made of stone and inlaid with various kinds of marble, is the work of Filippo Brioni (1747). It was previously housed in the (ex) church of S. Domenico.
Object Notes: Prints miscounted; one number skipped. Hutzel photo campaign notes are undated.
257 S. Ruffo 20 items
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Artist Name: Spadarini, Antonio (Spadarino)
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, painting, stucco decoration. The church was originally built in 1141, but was completely redesigned in 1746, with a Baroque facade and marble and gilded stucco interior. In a side chapel is the painting the Guardian Angel, attributed to Giovanni Antonio Galli (called lo Spadarino).
Roccantica
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259 General views 2 items
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One distant view of town and one street view.
259 S. Caterina 30 items
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Artist Name: Pietro Coleberti da Priverno
Exterior views of the church facade. All interior views of the late gothic frescoes by Pietro Coleberti da Priverno (1430).
259 S. Maria Assunta, Parish church 10 items
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Artist Name: Sebastiano Conca; Stefano Pozzi; Bartolomeo Torresani
Exterior views of the facade and bell tower. Interior views of the nave, altar, and paintings.
259 Sacrario dei Caduti 1 item
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One exterior view of gothic facade of what was formerly S. Valentino.
Stimigliano
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325 Palazzo Baronale 21 items
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Artist Name: Zuccaro, Taddeo; Zuccaro, Federico
Post-medieval: Architecture, painting. This structure, dating to the 16th century, was built by Enrico Orsini and was decorated with frescoes by the Zuccaris.
325 S. Maria in Vescovio 62 items
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Artist Name: Cavallini
Antiquities: Roman sarcophagus, statue
Comprehensive coverage of Romanesque church exterior, including portal, flanks, apse, bell tower. Interior views of nave, altar, 14th c. frescoes, baptismal font, crypt and remains of 11th c. frescoes.
325 Torre dell'orlogio 8 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture. The tower serves as the main entrance to the city, and is decorated with the Orsini family coat-of-arms and crenellations topping the structure.
Tarano
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330 L'Assunta, Parish church 39 items
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Artist Name: Troppa, Girolamo
Medieval: Exterior: architecture: late romanesque facade, portal with re-used Roman fragments, rose window, and campanile (1114) . Post-medieval: Interior: frescoes 12-13th, 14th, 15th centuries; painting dated 1562 from ruins of S. Francesco; wooden sculpture 17th century by Iacopo da Maiano; painting by Girolamo Troppa, and 15th century terracotta polychromed Pieta
330 Panorama and views of town 7 items
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Post-medieval:
330 S. Francesco 19 items
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Medieval: Architectural ruins . Post-medieval: Fragments of architectural sculpture
Object Notes: See Argenta, Parrocchiale dell'Assunta for 16th century painting removed from this church
Toffia
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335 S. Lorenzo 39 items
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Antiquities: Architectural fragments, sculptural fragments
Medieval: Architecture . Post-medieval: Fresco fragments, sculpture, painting, stucco, architecture
Object Notes: Already existing in the 10th century, it became for some time, after the devastating incursion of the Saracens, cathedral and seat of the bishops of Sabina. Actual structure dates from the late 1200's and is decorated in the interior with votiv frescoes. Some objects are conserved from the Roman era: inscriptions, relief fragments, tomb sculpture fragments. See TCI, Lazio, p. 481
Torricella in Sabina
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335 Borgo Medievale 1 item
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Medieval: Architecture. The entrance to the medieval town opens upon a large circular tower dating to the 12th century, which formed a part of the castle of the Brancaleone.
335 Chiesa rupestre 8 items
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Medieval: Architecture. The church possesses a campanile and a facade with a tympanum over the portal and an oculus above. Post-medieval: Painting, sculpture. Frescoes and altars from the Baroque period remain in this mostly destroyed church.
Object Notes: Undocumented Hutzel name.
Valle di Capodacqua
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338 Santuario della Madonna di Capodacqua 9 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting
Object Notes: Pilgrimage point; ancient origins (a parish was established there in 1153); destroyed in the earthquake of 1703; subsequently reconstructed in more majestic proportions, reconsecrated in 1853.
Roma
Albano Laziale
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168 Catacombe di S. Senatore 66 items
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Antiquities: Interior views: fragments of architectural sculpture, some with inscriptions; wall painting (4-9th century)
Object Notes: Catacombs beneath church church of S. Maria della Stella
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169-170 Museo Civico 184 items
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Antiquities: Roman inscriptions, relief, sculpture, sarcophagi, brickstamps on bi-pedale fragments, cippi
Post-medieval: Architecture, exterior (neoclassical); wall panels and painted ceiling
Object Notes: Bibliographic material housed in Center Library
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169 Museo Sala Ricevimenti 31 items
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Albano Laziale
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170 Palazzo Corsini 29 items
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Post-medieval: Sculpture, architecture
Object Notes: Hutzel sent publications, now in Center library
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170-171 Palazzo Rotonda 149 items
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Albano Laziale
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168 Porta Pretoria 38 items
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Antiquities: Roman architecture
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171 S. Pietro 61 items
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Artist Name: Titian; Gherardo delle Notti
Antiquities: Sarcophagus
Medieval: Architectural sculpture, capital. Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, (15-16th century); sculpture, painting, wall painting, tapestry, coats-of-arms
Object Notes: Bibliographic information filed with original worksheets
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168 Sepolcro di Pompeo 23 items
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Antiquities: Exterior views
Medieval: Exterior views
168 Tempio a Torre 3 items
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Antiquities: Exterior view
Object Notes: Undocumented Hutzel name
168 Tempio di Cellomaio 17 items
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Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture (some in ruins)
Object Notes: Undocumented Hutzel name
168 Tomba degli Orazi e Curiazi 8 items
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Antiquities: Exterior views
168 Villa Comunale 3 items
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Medieval: Views of garden
Anguillara Sabazia
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173 Collegiata dell'Assunta 26 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture (16th century) ceiling painting; baptismal font (15th century)
General Notes: There were two sets of prints of this monument, most from the same negatives. They have now been synthesized into one numerical sequence and assigned H-numbers 1-17.
173 S. Francesco 130 items
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Artist Name: Velandi, Domenico
Post-medieval: Architecture (15th century) including ruins of cloister. Fresco cycle of Madonna and Child with two angels (13-14th century). Several views of church exterior, and extensive coverage of interior frescoes, both before their restoration in l960, and afterwards, in l983.
General Notes: Hutzel sent us two sets of prints (57 in one, 72 in the other) made from the same set of negatives but assigned different numbers. These two have now been synthesized into one sequence.
Anticoli Corrado
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174 Fontana 3 items
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Artist Name: Martini, Arturo
Post-medieval: Sculpture. Fountain in the form of Noah's ark by Arturo Martini.
174 Panorama 7 items
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Medieval: Architecture. View of the medieval center of the city.
174 S. Pietro 61 items
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Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, mosaic floor, frescoes, metal crucifix. The church was built in the 11th century and still preserves fragments of the original floor. Some of the wall and ceiling frescoes date to the 13th century. Post-medieval: Architecture, frescoes, wooden crucifix. Wall and ceiling frescoes from the 16th and 17th centuries.
Object Notes: Mistake in numbering; one number left out.
174 S. Rocco 18 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, fresco wall decoration.
Anzio
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175 Parco 10 items
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Antiquities: Sculpture. The park contains many pieces of ancient sculpture: sarcophagi, capitals, statues, fountains.
175 Villa Albani 12 items
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Antiquities: arhaeological remains
Post-medieval: 17th c. architecture and sculpture (c. 1650).
Object Notes: Undocumented Hutzel name. Now owned by the Borghese family, originally by the Costaguti family
175 Villa Sarsina 18 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, painting. Curently in disrepair, this villa was constructed by the Corsini family and later completely remodeled by the Aldobrandinis in 1715. The interior of the structure was extensively restored in 1875 by the architect Francesco Vespignani.
Object Notes: Undocumented Hutzel name.
175 Villa Spigarelli 105 items
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Artist Name: Giuseppe Valadier
Antiquities: possible nymphaeum, urns, sarcophagi, sculpture, architectural framents, mosaics, portrait busts, terracottta sculpture fragments, Pompeian third style wall paintings, portrait bust in Julio-Claudian family style
Post-medieval: A 19th century neoclassical villa built on the imperial villa said to be of Nero which was in ancient Antium (modern Anzio). The park and villa incorporate antiquities such as architectural fragments, sarcophagi, urns, and statuary found on the site.
Object Notes: Hutzel gives a short history of the villa and park, commenting that no proper history has been written on the site
Accompanying Material: Coarelli, Lazio
Ardea
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176 S. Marina 9 items
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Medieval: architecture, architectural sculpture, painting.This church dates to the end of the 12th century, with its portal dating to 1191. It was built by Cencio Savelli, who subsequently became Pope Honorius III.
176 S. Pietro 17 items
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Antiquities: Marble architectural sculpture fragments.
Medieval: Architecture, sculpture, architectural sculpture, painting. This church is of the Romanesque period, built in the 13th century on ruins of Roman opus reticulatum (1st century B.C.). The jambs of the portal are formed of Roman marble plaques. The frescoes on the walls and pilasters of the nave date to the 14th century. Post-medieval: Painting, crucifix.
176 Tomba romana 13 items
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Antiquities: Architecture, stucco decoration. Several tombs located near the church of S. Marina, dating to the 4th to the 3rd centuries B.C. One tomb contains stucco decoration.
Ariccia
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176 Palazzo Chigi 2 items
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Artist Name: Fontana, Carlo; Bernini, Gian Lorenzo
Post-medieval: Architecture. This structure, previously known as the Palazzo Savelli, was renovated and enlarged by Bernini (1662-65) and Carlo Fontana, during the reign of Pope Alexander VII (1655-67). It was again remodeled by Agostino Chigi in 1740, and remains in this form to the present day. The palazzo has a rectangular core with a tower at each of the four corners and a large portal with columns which supports a balcony above. Behind the building is a park.
176 S. Maria dell'Assunzione 21 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, painting, architectural sculpture, stuccoed ceiling, wooden tabernacle, sculpture. This round church was designed by Bernini (1664), with a pronaos of 3 arcades, and surmounted by a large cupola with a supporting drum. Inside, the large dome is decorated by coffers, and putti and angels of stucco, by P.P. Naldini, ornament the base of the dome. In the apse is a fresco of the Assumption by Borgognone (1666).
176 S. Maria di Galloro 21 items
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Artist Name: Courtois, Jacques (il Borgognone); Gimignani, Giacinto; Bernini, Gian Lorenzo
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, painting, crucifix, stucco ceiling decoration, marble and mosaic altar frontal. This church is a latin cross in plan with a cupola, started in 1624 and enlarged in 1661 with a facade designed by Bernini. The main altar, also believed to be a design of Bernini's, contains a painting of the Madonna and Child with a frame of gilded metal rays. In lateral chapels, paintings of S. Tommaso of Villanova by G. Gimignani (1663) and of S. Francis of Sales by Borgognone (1663).
Arsoli
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178 Castello Massimo 4 items
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Medieval: Architecture. Views of the exterior.
178 Palazzo Comunale 15 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture
Object Notes: See TCI, Lazio, pp. 508-9.
178 S. Rocco 32 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, fresco paintings. Views of the frescoes damaged by grafitti.
178 SS. Salvatore 1 item
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View of facade.
Artena
Convento dei Francescani
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178 S. Maria di Gesu 24 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, painting, sculpture, fresco painting, architectural fragments
Object Notes: Artena is a medieval center on a spur of Mount Lepini. "Artena" is a modern name (1870), recording the site of a volsca town of the Lepini, "Montefortino".
178 Palazzo Borghese 16 items
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Artist Name: Longhi, Martino (the Elder)
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture. This structure was built by Cardinal Scipione Borghese in the 17th century, and the palazzo's portal has been attributed to the artist Martino Longhi.
Bracciano
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195 Castello Orsini-Odescalchi 5 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture . Views of exterior
195 Madonna del Riposo 34 items
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Artist Name: Sangallo, Antonio da (the Younger); Zuccaro, Taddeo
Medieval: Fresco painting . Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, fresco painting
Object Notes: Simple Renaissance church which was donated by the last surviving Orsini descendant as a cultural center for Bracciano a few decades ago.
195 Ospedale Vecchio 17 items
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Artist Name: Antoniazzo Romano (Antonio di Benedetto Aquilo)
Post-medieval: Fresco painting . Once a hospital, today renovated into a rest-home for pensioned residents. Coverage is of the frescoes only.
195 Palazzo Podesta 2 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture. Coverage of front facade and portal.
195 Piazza III Novembre 3 items
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Artist Name: Turriano, Orazio
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture
195 S. Lorenzo 30 items
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Artist Name: Maratti, Carlo; Rainaldi, Carlo
Medieval: Architecture . Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, painting, sculpture. Exterior views of the front facade, and interior views of nave, altar, ceiling, paintings, and statues. Views of first church on this site (now a farmhouse), dating from 12th century.
General Notes: Two medieval architectural prints are missing.
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196 S. Maria Assunta 1 item
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Artist Name: Turriano, Orazio
Post-medieval: Architecture. Views of facade only
196 S. Maria Novella 57 items
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Specific Location: Corso Umberto
Artist Name: Tori, Giuseppe; Rainaldi, Carlo; Giorgio Vicardo; Kuntz, Thaddaus
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural fragments, architectural sculpture, sculpture, marble intarsia, painting.
General Notes: There were two sets of prints for this monument, now integrated into a single number sequence. See Hutzel guides for further information on re-sequencing.
196 S. Stefano 26 items
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Artist Name: Turriani, Orazio; Gimignani, Giacinto; Romanelli, Giovanni Francesco; Sangallo, Antonio da (the Younger)
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, painting, sculpture, stucco, fresco painting . Former castle chapel of the Orsini. Coverage includes views of facade of late Baroque church, and interior views of altars, architectural details, and paintings.
Campagnano di Roma
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196 Palazzo 2 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture. This palazzo sits just off of the Piazza Leonelli and has a portico encircling the ground floor.
196 piazza Leonelli 2 items
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Artist Name: Vignola (Giacomo Barozzi)
Post-medieval: Sculpture. In the center of this piazza is a fountain attributed to Vignola.
196 S. Andrea 14 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting.
Object Notes: Undocumented Hutzel name.
196 S. Giovanni 23 items
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Artist Name: Zuccaro, Taddeo; Zuccaro, Federico; Del Duca, Giacomo
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting. the church of S. Giovanni was built over a pre-existing structure, using materials from a nearby palaeo-christian church. The building was modified in 1659 and again in the 19th century. The campanile dates to 1602. The interior of the church is divided into 3 aisles and surmounted by a polychromed wooden ceiling attributed to Giacomo del Duca. The presbytery is decorated with frescoes by the Zuccaris.
196 Unidentified structure 5 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture. Exterior and interior views of unknown church building.
Capena
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197 S. Leone 23 items
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Extensive coverage of frescoes and chancel. A few views of exterior and central nave.
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207 S. Agostino 29 items
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207 S. Leone 15 items
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Carpineto Romano
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207 S. Maria del Popolo 49 items
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208 S. Pietro 80 items
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Castel Fusano
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210 Castello Chigi 99 items
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Artist Name: Bernini, Gian Lorenzo; Pietro da Cortona
Antiquities: Roman sarcophagus in garden
Architecture: exterior views of the castle and interior views of entrance hall and main salon. Detailed shots of: maps, salon fresco cycle of New Testament, allegorical and mythological scenes, chapel altarpiece, and other works all by Pietro da Cortona. 3 marble busts.
Object Notes: 4 negatives of an ancient Roman statue in a niche (of a goddess missing head and arms) that are catalogued with Castello Chigi may be misidentified.
General Notes: Hutzel made 2 separate photo campaigns in Castel Fusano; new numbers have been assigned to the photographs.
Castel Madama
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210 Castello 82 items
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Antiquities: Funerary stele, fragments
Medieval: 14th century architecure, portico, loggia with spolia, inscribed funerary monuments (fragments); . Post-medieval: Furniture, painting (c.17th century), maiolica, silver objects, choir stalls, wooden utensils, painted porcelain
210 Misc. views 2 items
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Post-medieval: facades of various buildings
210 S. Sebastiano 10 items
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Artist Name: Zuccari, Taddeo; Zuccaro, Federico
Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, painting. Statue of the Virgin on the main altar. Fresco of the martyrdom of S. Sebastian attributed to the school of the Zuccari brothers.
Cave
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213 S. Lorenzo 26 items
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Antiquities: columns used as spolia
Medieval: Architecture, painting, inscription on stone slab. S. Lorenzo was built in the 11th century, with three naves separated by roman columns. In a step leading up to the altar is placed the stone slab containing the inscription recounting the dedication of the church by Clement III (1093). Post-medieval: Painting. The church contains frescoes dating from the 14th to the 16th centuries.
Cellere
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213 S. Egidio 7 items
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Artist Name: Antonio da Sangallo il Giovane
Exterior views of facade, flanks and apse; two interior views of the and altar.
Ceri
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213 Parrocchiale, S. Felice Papa 26 items
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Medieval: Architecture (with later alterations, and recently restored); cosmati pavement . Post-medieval: Frescos (16th century); paintings on canvas; carved stone shrine (1484)
Cerveteri
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214 Castle 3 items
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Antiquities: Exterior views of ancient castle fortified in medieval times and crenellated fort (3rd century).
214 Museo Nazionale Cerite 22 items
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Antiquities: General views of museum interior and collection of ancient funerary items. Most prints are of terracotta vessels. Some headless statues and a detail of two heads and an antefix. (9th to 1st century B.C.)
214 Palazzo Ruspoli 6 items
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Exterior views of the palazzo (16th century).
214 S. Antonio Abate 4 items
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Exterior views of architecture, including a larger adjoining structure and 17th century bell tower.
214 S. Maria 20 items
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Artist Name: Antoniazzo Romano; Perino del Vaga
Architecture: facade and interior views that show the modern additions of the church to the original Roman structure. Columns, Cosmoti work floor remains, frescoes, and a Renaissance altar.
Cittaducale
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214 S. Maria del Popolo 11 items
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Exterior views including facade, flanks, and detailed coverage of the main portal.
Formello
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222 S. Angelo 25 items
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Specific Location: Via XX Settembre
Medieval: Architecture . Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, fresco painting, 16th and 17th portals, frescoes
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Lazio, 1981, p.220
222 Santuario della Madonna del Sorbo 20 items
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Medieval: Architecture (9th-14th centuries) includes views of crypt and cloister; stone altar; fresco fragment. Post-medieval: Fresco (15th century); architecture (restorations and reconstructions of original structure).
222 Villa 20 items
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Artist Name: Carlo Fontana
Antiquities: Roman sarcophagus.
Post-medieval: Carlo Fontana constructed this villa for Flavio Chigi. Views of tower, ruins of the villa, and church and cloister at the villa, including damaged frescoes and paintings; view of Roman sarcophagus formerly at the villa and now in town square.
Fosso di Marco Simone
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223 Casale Marco Simone 19 items
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Exterior views, including the facade, the tower, portals, and windows.
Frascati
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224 Chiesa dei Cappuccini 46 items
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Artist Name: Paolo Brill; Cesare Aureli; Gir. Muziano
Views of facade, exterior chapels, interior altars, choir, paintings, and sculpture.
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225 Chiesa del Gesu 72 items
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Artist Name: Pietro da Cortona; Sebastiano Conca; Taddeo Kuntz; Andrea Pozzo
Views of facade, altars, painting and sculpture.
225 Episcopal Palace 156 items
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Artist Name: Tadeo Kuntz; Giovanni Serodine
Antiquities: Assorted Roman and Etruscan antiquities in the courtyard, including two sarcophagi, statues, stele, an urn, busts.
Exterior views of the castle, formerly called Rocca, that is now the Episcopal Palace. Interior views of dining room and living room, along with paintings and frescoes.
General Notes: There were two sets of prints made from the same set of negatives. One set is labelled Episcopio and the other Vescovado; they have now been integrated into a single numerical sequence.
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226 S. Maria in Vivario 41 items
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Antiquities: One sarcophagus that serves as an altar.
Exterior views, including facade, bell tower, fountain, and a fresco (damaged).; interior views of nave, apse fresco, altar (sarcophagus), crucifix, cupola, and baptismal font.
226 S. Pietro, Cathedral 18 items
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Approximately half the views are of the facade and fountain; remaining views are of the interior altars and naves.
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223 Villa Borghese 91 items
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Antiquities: Villa houses an Antiquities gallery, which contains sarcophagi, busts, masks, friezes, and a series of statues of Roman kings.
Exterior views of 17th c. villa, ninfeo and fountain. Interior views of salons, dining room, bedroom, and frescoes, paintings and busts decorating them.
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224 Villa Mondragone 123 items
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Artist Name: Giovanni Vasanzio; Giovanni Rainaldi; Flaminio Ponzio
Antiquities: Roman Ninfeo, sarcophagi and fragments in Garden of the Popes.
Exterior views of outer and courtyard facades of the 16th c. villa, now a Jesuit school. Detailed coverage of Portico del Vignola (17th c.). Views of fountain and obelisk. Interior views of guest room, Salone degli Svizzeri, Sala dei Cariati, Chapel of S. Gregorio. _
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223 Villa Tuscolana 42 items
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Eleven exterior views; interior views of hallways, stairs, and chapels, with emphasis on architectural details.
Gallicano nel Lazio
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228 Panorama 1 item
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Post-medieval:
Object Notes: About 30 kilometers from Rome near the Via Orenestina. Better known in Roman times and lies on the other side of the Prenestina.
228 Porta Maggiore 1 item
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Antiquities: Entrance archway
228 S. Maria 35 items
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Artist Name: Conca, Sebastiano
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, painting, frescoes, coffers
Object Notes: Completed over a term of some centuries, already built in the 15th century as evidenced by the tower. Facade is example of late Baroque. Interior in Renaissance style. Altar screens attributed to Sebastiano Conca.
228 S. Nicola 26 items
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Antiquities: Architectural fragments, sarcophagi
Post-medieval: Architecture, painting, architectural sculpture
Object Notes: Primarily noteworthy for the antique architectural fragments.
Gavignano
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228 Castello Baronale 1 item
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Medieval: Architecture. Castle where Pope Innocent III (Lothario dei Conti di Segni; 1198-1216) was born.
228 Chiesa del Calvario 7 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting.
228 Fonte Meo 1 item
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Medieval: Architecture. Structure, probably of Roman origin, built over a mineral water spring.
Genazzano
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229 Castello Colonna 15 items
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Exterior views of an originally medieval structure, rebuilt in the 1400s and the Baroque period. Views include the loggia, fountain, and a niched Roman statue.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: May 3, 1983
229 General views 18 items
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Exterior views: facade of S. Nicola; a 14th-century house; medieval houses; mullioned, multi-foiled windows; the gothic Casa Apolloni on the via del Corso; and views of 14th-century viaducts.
Object Notes: Many of these views are described in Hutzel's notes of Castello Colonna.
229 Nymphaeum 27 items
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Exterior views of columns and arcades of a temple built in the Renaissance on the ruins of an ancient Roman nymphaeum.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: May 3, 1983
General Notes: The site, damaged by floods and earthquakes in the 17th century, is practically in ruins.
229 S. Croce 40 items
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Views of crenellated city wall (13th century) and facade of S. Croce. Interior views are all frescoes: scenes of the Apocalyspe in the lower register (15th century); Madonna of the Misericordia in the upper register; Apostles and other saints; Crucifixion and Madonna and Saints in the apse (16th century).
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: May 3, 1983
229 S. Paolo 3 items
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Exterior views of the church: facade, bell-tower and statue of St. Paul.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: May 3, 1983. Hutzel referred to this church as SS. Pietro e Paolo.
229 Santuario della Madonna del Buon Consiglio 26 items
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Artist Name: Colombi, Carlo; Bernini, Gian Lorenzo; Schopf, Josef; Valadier; Fagioli; Tommaso Luini called il Caravaggino
Exterior views of neoclassical facade (1844), romanesque bell-tower and 15th century portal. Views of richly ornate baroque interior: gilt stucco ceiling decoration, balustrade by Bernini, altarpieces, ceiling painting of the Madonna of the Good Counsel, marble stoup with a statue of John the Baptist and a marble ciborium.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: May 4, 1983
Grottaferrata
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230-231 Museo 295 items
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231-232 S. Maria 156 items
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Artist Name: Franci, Pasquale; Peruzzi, Baldassare; Domenichino; Sangallo, Giuliano da
Antiquities: Fragments of friezes and inscriptions
Medieval: Baptismal urn (10-11th centuries); architecture, architectural sculpture (11th century and later) . Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, frescoes, mosaic, pavement
Object Notes: Contains: Cappella S. Nilo. There are two sets of prints and negatives and some prints are filed in Medieval
Jenne
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233 General Views 4 items
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Panoramic views of the city: houses and rooftops, streets. The Parish church S. Andrea Apostolo with its two low bell-towers figures prominently in these views.
233 Madonna della Rocca 14 items
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Artist Name: Giulio Romano
Exterior views. Interior views, mainly of the restored 15th century frescoes by Giulio Romano, including a detail of S. Scholastica; 15th century terracotta statue of the Virgin and Child Enthroned; 17th century painting of Saint Francis receiving the stigmata.
Object Notes: 5 prints in the Medieval section include details of late 12th century frescoes: The Baptism of Christ and Christ's Entry into Jerusalem.
Licenza
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235 Palazzo Baronale 10 items
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Antiquities: Sculptural fragments
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture
Object Notes: Museum Oraziano is established in room here: includes objects of the Villa d'Orazio, including fragments of glass and lamps, small sculptures of animals, tiles, and other materials from area.
235 Villa d'Orazio 17 items
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Antiquities: Architectural fragments
Object Notes: Situated in a little open space at the base of the Rotondo Hill at 980 meters. Building was dedicated to the poet of Mecenate between 33 and 32 B.C. and celebrated by him in numerous verses. Identified and came to light in 1911.
Manziana
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237 Palazzo Tittoni 3 items
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Artist Name: Mascherino, Ottaviano
Post-medieval: Architecture. Building, formerly of the barons of S. Spirito, was the work of Ottaviano Mascherino.
237 Parrocchiale 8 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, painting. Wall and ceiling paintings, statue of Virgin and Child.
Object Notes: No mention of this church in TCI.
Marino
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237 S. Barnaba, Collegiate church 42 items
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Artist Name: Gennari, Benedetto; Muziano, Girolamo; Guercino; Alberti, Cherubino
Exterior views of facade (1653) including statues of niched saints, angels, volutes and fronton. Interior views of architectural sculpture, cupola, marble statue of Cardinal Girolamo Colonna, marble altars, baptismal chapel, and altarpieces whose subjects include: the Martyrdom of St. Barnabus, the Martyrdom of St. Bartholomew and Christ Supported by an Angel.
Object Notes: Hutzel photo campaign date: 12/30/84
Montecelio
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238 Panorama 4 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture. General view of the city.
238 S. Giovanni Evangelista 32 items
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Artist Name: Stern, Ludwig
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, painting, sculpture. Church remodeled by Filippo Leto in 1710 with a facade of two orders and two campanili. Within the lateral altars of the church are paintings by the artist Ludwig Stern (1709-77), depicting S. Louis, the Miracle of S. Nicholas of Bari, the Education of the Virgin, and Ss. Cecilia and Valeriano.
238 S. Michele 5 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture. This church dates to 1724-45, and was annexed to a Franciscan convent now no longer in use.
Monterano
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239 general views 8 items
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Artist Name: De' Rossi, Mattia
Antiquities: Aqueduct
Medieval: Architecture: ruins of houses and the baronial palace . Post-medieval: Architecture: ruins of the 17th century church of S. Bonaventura (after a design by Alberti)
Object Notes: Monterano was abandoned in 18th century as a result of both malaria and devastation by French troops. There are only ruins remaining.
Monterotondo
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239 Cathedral 47 items
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Artist Name: Castelli, Domenico; Bernini, Gian Lorenzo; Bernini, Gian Lorenzo; Bernini, Gian Lorenzo; Pistrini, Domenico; Crescenzi, Giovanni Battista; Zambieri, g.; Maratti, Carlo; Gherardi, Antonio (Reatino); Contini, Francesco
Antiquities: Roman sarcophagus
Post-medieval: Architecture 17th century; frescoes 17th century; sculpture . Two views of facade and one of flank; interior views of nave, organ, and altars; many views and details of frescoes, paintings, and Roman sarcophagus that serves as altar.
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240 Palazzo del Municipio 108 items
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Artist Name: Siciolante, Girolamo (Girolamo da Sermoneta); Soria, Giovanni Battista; Bril, Paul; Pietro da Cortona; Calandrucci, Giacinto
Antiquities: Sarcophagus, 3rd c. A.D.
Post-medieval: Frescoes 14th,16th,17th century); Sculpture 17th century; architectural sculpture 15-16th century . Comprehensive coverage of frescoes, and also of exterior flanks, courtyard, columns and fountain.
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239 S. Maria delle Grazie 35 items
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Artist Name: Capponi, Luigi; Romanelli, Giovanni Francesco; Speziale, Antonio; Cinelli, Giovanni
Post-medieval: Architecture 15th century; sculpture, Orsini tomb 15th century; painting 14th century; frescoes . Two exterior views, of facade and flank; interior views of nave, altars, sculpture, and painting; comprehensive coverage of the Orsini tomb.
Nazzano
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241 S. Antimo 44 items
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Nettuno
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242 Borgo Medievale 9 items
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Medieval: Architecture. Medieval doorways and windows.
242 Fontana di Nettuno 3 items
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Post-medieval: Sculpture. Fountain of Neptune rising out of the sea on his chariot.
242 Palazzo Colonna 4 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, corner tower of Marcantonio Colonna, 1569
Object Notes: structure is the former municipal seat
242 S. Giovanni 8 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, painting.
Norma
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243 Parrocchiale 21 items
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Ostia Antica
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246 Castle 19 items
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Exterior views with emphasis on turretted towers; views of courtyard, portals and terrace.
246 Episcopal Palace 60 items
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There are exterior views of the facade, with detailed views of the sarcophagi imbedded in it and the coat of arms over the main portal. There are interior views of the library and the main hall, with extensive coverage of the frescoes.
246 S. Aurea 40 items
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Exterior views of facade, portal, bell tower, flanks, rear, capitals, and adjacent Episcopal Palace. Interior views of nave, altars, paintings, and holy water stoup.
246 Scavi di Ostia Antica 93 items
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Palidoro
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247 SS. Filippo e Giacomo Apostoli 5 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture. Views of facade of parrocchiale, with coat-of-arms over the main portal.
247 Torre 3 items
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Medieval: Architecture. Rectangular tower with plaque and coat of arms over main doorway.
Palombara Sabina
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247 S. Giovanni in Argentella 8 items
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Antiquities: Fragments of moldings and vase; Roman sarcophagi
Medieval: Architecture (12-14th centuries); iconostasis with Cosmati style mosaic inlay (c. 1200); ciborium; frescos (13th century)
Object Notes: All photographs, other than those of frescos, are filed with Medieval architecture and architectural sculpture.
Poli
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249 Church 6 items
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Exterior views of 16th c. octagonal church, including facade, flank, cupola, and details of windows and Farnese crest.
249 General views 6 items
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Several distant views of town and surrounding countryside. Remaining views of unidentified church, piazza and street.
249 Palazzo dei Conti 75 items
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Artist Name: Cavaliere d'Arpino
Antiquities: Two views of Roman sarcophagus used as water basin.
Exterior views of 12th. c. palace, completely redone in 16th. c., including flank, palace chapel and long portal leading to courtyard. Several views of courtyard fountain and loggia, including ceiling frescoes. Many views of the salon and its frescoes. Views of private chapel, with altar painting by Cavaliere d'Arpino and alabaster statues. Many views of entrance hall and its frescoes.
249 Piazza del Municipio 2 items
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Two views of piazza on which Palazzo dei Conti is visible.
249 S. Antonio 43 items
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Medieval: Exterior views of gothic church with bell cote. Details of rose window and portal. Post-medieval: 16th century frescos and stucco decoration
249 S. Pietro, Parish church 26 items
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Artist Name: Carlo Monaldi; School of Bernini; Francesco Trevisani; Pietro Bracci; School of Federico Barocci
Two exterior views of 17th c. church bell tower. Views of baroque interior nave, side altars, and altar paintings.
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250 S. Stefano 62 items
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Ponzano Romano
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250 Abbey of S. Andrea in Flumine 16 items
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Exterior views of abbey and church, originally built in fifth c., restored in 1959 and 1980. Interior views of apse frescos and apse arch decoration.
General Notes: The nine exterior views stored in Hutzel collection were part of coverage commissioned by Getty.
250 General views 1 item
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Street view.
250 Parish church 70 items
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Artist Name: Antonello da Messina
Exterior view of flank and facade and detail of 16th century campanile. Interior views of nave and ceiling; remaining views of paintings, some from S. Andrea in Flumine, and of reliquaries, crucifixes, statues.
Pratica di Mare
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251 Heroon di Enea 6 items
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Antiquities: 4th century brick, polygonal structure. Built over 7th c. BC tumulus, considered to be the tomb of Aeneas.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Roma e Dintorni (1977), p. 742
Rignano Flaminio
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258 SS. Abbondio e Abbondanzio 9 items
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Medieval: Architecture, fresco painting, architectural sculpture, sculptural fragments, architectural fragments
Object Notes: At 183 meters altitude, the church is erected on the quadrated walls of a pagan temple; it preserves the Romanesque campanile of the 12th century, the apse is of contemporary origins and the interior has frescoes of the 1200's.
258 SS. Vincenzo e Anastasio 98 items
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Artist Name: Fontbuoni, Anastasio; Zuccaro, Federico; Zuccaro, Taddeo
Antiquities: Fragments of architectural sculpture
Medieval: Architecture . Post-medieval: 16th century architecture and architectural sculpture, including stucco decoration; 16th century wooden crucifix; sculpted marble altars and tombs; frescos; paintings on canvas; stoup (1578)
Riofreddo
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258 Oratorio dell'Annunziata 35 items
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Two exterior views of romanesque church, and three interior views of nave and altar. Remaining views of frescoes.
General Notes: There are three color prints and matching negatives assigned H-numbers 34, 35, 36.
Roma
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263 Castello della Magliana 20 items
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Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture. Located in the vicinity of Rrome, this structure still stands in good condition, though no longer in use.
Rome
Abbazia delle Tre Fontane
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265 S. Maria Scala Coeli, S. Paolo alle Tre Fontane, SS. Vincenzo e Anastasio 60 items
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Artist Name: Giacomo della Porta; Fr. Zucchi; Giovanni de' Vecchi
Antiquities: Views of Roman floor mosaics of the four seasons, Roman fragments
Exterior of facade of 16th c. church by Giac. della Porta. Views of the octagonal interior, including ceiling, apse mosaic, and crypt with 12th c. floor. Exterior views of facade and flank of 5th c. church, renovated in 16th c. by Giac. della Porta. Interior views of three edicolas with fountains and relief sculptures of St. Paul's head. Views of paintings depicting the life of St. Paul. Exterior views of portico, cloister garden and facade of church founded in 625 and renovated 1221. Interior views of Romanesque interior, the nave, altar and remains of 16th c. frescoes.
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263 Casa dei Mattei 5 items
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Medieval: Architecture
263 Casal dei Pazzi 23 items
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Antiquities: Sarcophaghi; stele
Medieval: Sculptural fragments . Post-medieval: Architecture
263 Circus Maximus 5 items
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Antiquities: Roman circus and surrounding buildings
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI,Roma e Dintorni, 1977, p 432
Episcopal Complex
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283-288 S. Giovanni in Laterano, Baptistery, Cathedral, Cloister 898 items
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Artist Name: Borromini, Francesco; Galilei, Alessandro; Boulanger, Flaminio; Vico di Raffaele; Algardi, Alessandro; Ottoni, Lorenzo; Rusconi, Giuseppe; Mazzuoli, Giuseppe (the Elder); Legros, Pierre (the Younger); Monnot, Pierre Etienne; Rossi, Angelo de; Rusconi, Camillo; Moratti, Francesco; Giovanni di Stefano da Siena; Ghini, Simone di Giovanni; Donatello; Olivieri, Pier Paolo; Della Porta, Giacomo; Bregno, Andrea (Andrea da Milano); Giotto; Isaia da Pisa; Giardini, Francesco; Valle, Filippo; Vassalletto, Pietro; Arnolfo di Cambio; Bracci, Pietro; Ludovisi, Bernardino; Maini, Giovanni Battista; Ligorio, Pirro; Daniele da Volterra; Raggi, Antonio; Rossi, Giovanni Francesco; Muratori, Domenico Maria; Benefial, Marco; Nasini, Giuseppe Nicola; Odazzi, Giovanni; Melchiorri, Giovanni Paolo; Conca, Sebastiano; Luti, Benedetto; Trevisani, Francesco; Procaccini, Andrea; Garzi, Luigi; Chiari, Giuseppe; Ghezzi, Pier Leone; Raimondi, Q.; Tenerani, Pietro; Gnaccarini, F.; Stocchi, A.; Gaiassi, V.; Bezzi, A.; Sermoneta, Girolamo (Girolamo da Sermoneta); Monaldi, Carlo; Reni, Guido; Cornacchini, Agosto; Lironi, Giuseppe; Montauti, Antonio; Longhi, Onorio; Finelli, Giuliano; Carcani, Filippo; Del Duca, Giacomo; Cesare, Giuseppe (il Cavaliere d'Arpino); Gentileschi, Orazio; Nebbia, Cesare; Baglioni, C.; Paris Nogari; Roncalli, Cristofano; Ricci, Giovanni Battista; Landini, Taddeo; Valsoldo, Giovanni Antonio; Cordier, Nicolas; Buonvicino, Ambrogio; Buzio, Ippolito; Mariani, Camillo; Lucchetti, Giuseppe; Barna da Siena; Vespignani, Francesco; Torriti, Jacopo; Jacopo da Camerino; Grandi, Francesco; Tadolini, Giulio; Teodoro della Porta; Laurenziano, Giacomo; Egidio della Riviera; Targone, P.; Scilla da Viggiu; Pippi, Nicolo; Deodatus; Venusti, Marcello; Alberti, Giovanni; Nicola da Guardiagrele; Ciampelli, Agostino; Pulzone, Scipione; Capponi, Luigi; Pietro da Piacenza; Uberto da Piacenza; Fontana, Domenico; Vassalletto; Arnolfo di Cambio; Master of the Terni Dormition; Fusco, Orazio; Master Uberto da Piacenza; Pietro da Piacenza; Capponi, Luigi; Bregno, Andrea (Andrea da Milano); Deodatus; Vassalletto, Pietro
Exterior views of 5th c. baptistery, restored in the 17th c. Interior views of baptismal urn (16th c.), carved walls, ceiling and wall painting; of mosaics and bronze doors in Cappella del Battista; of altar and mosaics in Cappella di S. Venanzio; of mosaic and statue in Cappella di S. Giovanni Evangelista. Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, sculptural fragments, fresco painting, painting, coffering, tiling, stucco. Views 756-886 are of the cathedral. Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculptural fragments, architectural fragments, tombstones, mosaics, sculpture, fresco painting, sculptural relief.
Object Notes: Hutzel includes guidebook in German on the site. prints matched to negs
General Notes: Views 756 thru 886 are of the Baptistery.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Roma e Dintorni (1977), p. 238
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260 Fontana della Navicella 1 item
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View of fountain made from Roman ship model.
General Notes: Views extracted from numerical sequence for S. Maria in Domnica.
260 Fontana delle Tartarughe 5 items
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Artist Name: Giacomo della Porta; Taddeo Landini
General and detail views of late Renaissance fountain in the Piazza Mattei.
260 Forum Boarium 6 items
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Specific Location: Tempio d' Ercole
Antiquities: 1st century BC architecture
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Roma and Dintorni, 1977, p. 426
260 Forum of Trajan 19 items
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Antiquities: general and detail views of the Forum of Trajan, "Dacian" from attic zone
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Roma e Dintorni, 1977, pp 130-132
260 Forum Romanum 13 items
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Antiquities: general and detail views of the Forum Romanum, views to Colosseum, Forum of Augustus
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Roma e Dintorni, 1977, pp 109-114
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265-266 Gesu 282 items
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Artist Name: Baciccia; Andrea Pozzo; Giacomo Borgognone
Antiquities: Sarcophagus
Exterior views of Baroque facade and cupola. Interior views of main altar and chapel altars. Extensive coverage of nave ceiling fresco by Baciccia, sculpted altar by Pozzo, and corridor by Pozzo and Borgognone. Paintings and sculpture in sacristy and church, and views of elaborately embroidered cope.
General Notes: Three numerical sequences have been fused into a single sequence.
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267 Gesu e Maria 75 items
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Artist Name: Brandi, Giacinto; Aprile, Francesco; Cavallini, Francesco; Maglia, Michele; Mazzuoli, Giuseppe; Ferrata, Ercole; Guidi, Domenico; Rainaldi, Carlo
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, frescoes, stucco, gilding
General Notes: Located next to S. Giacomo in Augusta, built by Rainaldi in 1675. Church was built for the Bolognetti family, and has come to be called "church of the beautiful tomb monuments" (Hutzel notes), making it resemble a Baroque theater. Restoration of fresco cycle depicting life and death of a martyr from 13th century Roman school. Site has been sent in duplicate. One set of negatives (37) and two sets of prints (72). There should be one more print, but no. 15 from the original set is missing.
267 Maddelena 59 items
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Artist Name: Spanish, 18th century; Parrocel, Etienne I; Fontana, Carlo; Rossi, Giovanni Antonio de'; Quadrio, C.; Conca, Sebastiano; Laurana, Francesco; Sardi, Giuseppe; Gesuelli, Francesco; Gaulli, Giovanni Battista; Giordano, Luca; Monaldi, Carlo; Rocca, Michele
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, fresco, stucco
Object Notes: Rococo church of 18th century, facade by Sardi in 1735.
267 Madonna dei Monti 30 items
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Artist Name: Casolani, Cristofano; Giovanni da San Giovanni; Nogari, Paris; Italian, 15th century; Albacini, Achille; Muziano, Girolamo; Nebbia, Cesare; Durante, Alberti (del Nero); Della Porta, Giacomo
Post-medieval: Architecture, painting, frescoes, stucco reliefs, sculpture, decorative arts, furniture
Object Notes: Counter-Reformation church constructed at the end of the sixteenth century by della Porta (1580).
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265 Oratorio dei Filippini 17 items
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Two exterior views of 17th c. church by Borromini, three views of corridor and remaining views of the Sala Borromini, with details of the ceiling fresco.
General Notes: H-numbers are not consecutive because views are taken from sequence for S. Maria in Vallicella.
265 Oratorio di S. Giovanni in Oleo 2 items
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Artist Name: Bramante; Borromini
Two exterior views of octagonal 16th c. structure.
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261 Palazzo Corsetti 72 items
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Antiquities: Sculptural fragments
Views of 17th c. simple facade and courtyard withdetail views of mounted architectural and sculptural fragments. Interior views of coffers, painting, fresco painting, silver icon.
General Notes: Views 111-152 are extracted from via di Monserrato sequence.
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260 Palazzo del Commendatore 53 items
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Artist Name: Maratti, Carlo; Nanni di Baccio Bigio
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, fresco painting.
Object Notes: The palazzo is the seat of the president of the hospital of Borgo S. Spirito; built inbetween 1567-71 after design of Nanni di Baccio Bigio; linear facade; fantastic clock of 1827. Hospital was founded in 1198 by Pope Inncenzo III. Frescoes in salons, c. 1,000 square meters. 53 negatives have already been filed away.
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261 Palazzo Farnese 14 items
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Artist Name: Michelangelo; Della Porta, Giacomo; Sangallo, Antonio da (the Younger)
Exterior views of facade and flank of 16th century (1514) palazzo by Antonio da Sangallo the younger, continued by Michelangelo, completed by della Porta. Detail views of windows and portal.
General Notes: Some views are taken from the via di Monserrato sequence and have been assigned new numbers.
261 Palazzo Lante 40 items
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Artist Name: Trevisani, Francesco; Sansovino, Jacopo (Jacopo d' Antonio Tatti)
Post-medieval: Architecture, courtyard views, architectural sculpture; painting (ceiling and wall frescoes), sculptural reliefs.
Object Notes: Palace was commissioned by Pope Leone X of the Medici at beginning of 16th century. After World War II, palace was taken over by city of Rome and in 1955, restoration began, finishing in c. 1958. Located on Piazza S. Eustachio.
261 Palazzo Madama 6 items
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Artist Name: Marucelli, Paolo; Cigoli, Lodovico
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculptural relief
Object Notes: Erected in the 16th century by the Medici, named for "Madame Margherita d'Austria", daughter of Charles V and wife of Alessandro de Medici, later Ottavio Farnese. Inhabited by cardinals, Leone X and Clemente VII, and Caterina de Medici; since 1871 is seat of the Senate. Constructed in 1649.
261 Palazzo Quirinale 15 items
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Post-medieval: Tapestries. (Also decorative furniture, etc.).
General Notes: No information sheet provided by Hutzel, tapestries not mentioned in TCI.
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262 Palazzo Ricci 23 items
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Artist Name: Nanni di Baccio Bigio; Polidoro da Caravaggio; Maturino da Firenze
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, frescoes. Renaissance building with frescoes by Maturino da Firenze and Polidoro da Caravaggio on the exterior walls.
General Notes: Views extracted from via di Monserrato sequence.
262 Palazzo Rondanini 61 items
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Artist Name: Valvassori, Gabriele; Doni, Adone; Gamelin, Jacques; Ponzio, Flaminio
Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, sculptural relief, stucco, painting, frescoes, mosaics, decorative arts (furniture, goldwork, clocks, etc.
Object Notes: The palace was later called "Sanseverino" and is now the location of the Banca dell'Agricultura. The building dates from 1744-8. It was the former residence of Giuseppe Cesari (Cavaliere d'Arpino).
262 Palazzo Venezia 50 items
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Artist Name: Monaldi, Carlo; Giuliano da Maiano
Antiquities: Sculptural fragment
Medieval: Architectural sculpture, sculptural fragments, sculpture . Post-medieval: Architectural sculpture, sculpture, stucco, gilding, architecture, tapestries
Object Notes: Cortile, above all interesting for Roman, early medieval and Renaissance monuments, sarcophagi, fountain settings, statues, portrait busts, etc.
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264 Museo degli Strumenti Musicali 175 items
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263 Palazzo Venezia, Museo 29 items
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Artist Name: Jacopo della Riviera
Post-medieval: Tapestry collection in the "Sala Regia"
Object Notes: Occupying the rooms of the Balbo apartment, where Paul II lived and gathered together his collections. German and French tapestries of the 16th century, all manufactured at Brussels, and five Italian tapestries by Riviera after cartoon drawings by Giov. Franc. Romanelli in 1637-42.
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260 Piazza Campitelli 2 items
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Two views of the piazza on which are located two buildings, probably Palazzo Albertoni and Palazzo Gaspari.
260 Piazza della Rota 8 items
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Views of building facades on the Piazza, which is located on Via Monserrato. Two views of S. Catarina della Rota, a 12th c. church with 18th c. facade. Two views of facade on via S. Girolomo della Carita, a street off the Piazza.
General Notes: These views extracted from Via Monserrato numerical sequence.
260 Piazza Farnese 4 items
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Artist Name: Rainaldi, Girolamo
Post-medieval: One view of piazza and three detail views of one of the twin fountains attributed to Girol. Rainaldi (1626).
General Notes: Views taken from the via di Monserrato sequence.
260 Piazza Navona 22 items
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Artist Name: Antonio della Bitta; Zappala, Gregorio; Bernini, Gian Lorenzo; Fancelli, Giacomo Antonio; Poussin, Claude; Raggi, Antonio; Mari, Giovanni Antonio; Amici, Luigi; Borromini, Francesco; Baratta, Francesco; Della Porta, Giacomo
General views of the piazza (ancient circus of Dominiziano), with details of Fontana del Moro, Fontana dei Fiumi, and Fontana del Nettuno.
260 Piazza S. Francesco di Paola 3 items
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View of the "salita Borgia" running under a palazzo in front of which stands a votive column.
General Notes: Forms part of numerical sequence for S. Francesco di Paola.
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261 Piccola Farnesina 27 items
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Artist Name: Sangallo, Antonio da (the Younger); Enrico Gui; Le Roy (Regis)
Antiquities: Sculpture, sculptural fragments
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, fresco painting
Object Notes: Constructed in 1523 by Frenchman Le Roy, and attributed to Sangallo the Younger. Lily of France was combined with Farnesiani lily, leading to name of palace, which has nothing in common with Villa Farnesina. In the interior is found the Museo Barracco of antique sculpture.
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263 Ponteficio Ateneo Angelicum 8 items
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View of academy's facade, with detail views of crests, portico statue and fountain. (Unable to verify fountain's location in this monument.)
General Notes: These views part of numerical sequence for SS. Domenico e Sisto, which is next door.
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260 Porta S. Paolo 5 items
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Views of both sides of the Porta.
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268 S. Agata 17 items
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Artist Name: Recalcati, Giacomo Onorato; Troppa, Girolamo
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting
Object Notes: Popular among inhabitants of Trastevere since it houses the "Madonna de Noantri, patron of the quarter and fulcrum of a popular series of summer festivals. Located next to San Crisogono.
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268-269 S. Agnese fuori le Mura 153 items
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Medieval: Architecture, architectural fragments, sculptural fragments, sculpture . Post-medieval: Architectural sculpture, fresco painting
Object Notes: Erected in 342 by Costanza, daughter or niece of Constantine on the site of the catacombs holding the remains of S. Agnese. Marble staircase dates from 1590.
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268 S. Agnese in Agone 19 items
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Artist Name: Rainaldi, Carlo; Borromini, Francesco; Grande, Antonio del; Baratta, Giovanni Maria (the Elder); Rainaldi, Girolamo
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting.
Object Notes: Founded under Pope Innocent X in 1652 with construction carried out by the Rainaldis, passing to Borromini. The site is located above the traditional site of the martyrdom of St. Agnes, above the circus of Domiziano dating from the 1st century A.D.
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269 S. Agostino 18 items
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Artist Name: Mastro Sebastiano Fiorentino; Sansovino, Jacopo (Jacopo d' Antonio Tatti); Vanvitelli, Luigi; Gagliardi, P.; Raphael; Venusti, Marcello; Nucci, Avanzino; Cotignola, G.B.; Umbrian, 15th century; Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri); Guercino; Bracci, Pietro; Bernini, Gian Lorenzo; Byzantine; Isaia da Pisa; Lanfranco, Giovanni; Baratta, Giovanni Maria (the Elder); Ferrata, Ercole; Cafa, Melchiorre; Bergondi, Andrea; Guidi, Domenico; Muziano, Girolamo; Sansovino, Andrea; Caravaggio, Michelangelo Merisi da; Murena, C.; Romanelli, Giovanni Francesco; Capponi, Luigi; Jacopo da Pietrasanta
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting
Object Notes: Erected between 1479 and 1483 by Pietrasanta and Fiorentino. Stylistically homogenous, with minor restorations of 18th and 19th centuries. Facade as style of early Roman Renaissance.
269 S. Alessandro 45 items
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Medieval: Architecture, architectural fragments, architectural sculpture, sculpture.
Object Notes: Located off of the Via Nomentana in direction of Mentano. Church dates from 7th century. Cemetery from 3rd century in which are buried three martyrs, Alessandro, Erenzio, Teodulo. Basilica was erected on spot of first two tombs in era of Constantine.
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270 S. Anastasia 34 items
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Artist Name: Bernini, Gian Lorenzo; Gimacchi, Carlo; Cerruti, Michelangelo; Mola, Pier Francesco; Baldi, Lazzaro; Trevisani, Francesco; Aprile, Francesco; Ferrata, Ercole; Benzoni, G.B.; Arrigucci, L.
Medieval: Architectural sculpture . Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, frescoes. Facade by Arrigucci (1636). Interior (1722).
Object Notes: Located on via S. Teodoro.
270 S. Andrea al Quirinale 26 items
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Artist Name: Raggi, Antonio; Legros, Pierre (the Younger); Gaulli, Giovanni Battista; Brandi, Giacinto; Courtois, Jacques; Maratti, Carlo; Mazzanti, Lodovico; Odazzi, Giovanni; Bernini, Gian Lorenzo
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting, frescoes, stucco, coffers
Object Notes: Bernini defined this as his best work, begun in 1658 and finished in 1671. Located on via XX Settembre
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270-271 S. Andrea della Valle 134 items
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Artist Name: Della Porta, Giacomo; Maderno, Carlo; Rainaldi, Carlo; Fontana, Carlo; Raggi, Antonio; Grimaldi, Giovanni Francesco; Galimberti, Francesco; Monti, Francesco; Nobili, F.; Caroselli, Angelo; Rondone, Franc.; Paolo Romano (Paolo di Mariano di Tuccio Taccone); Bregno, Andrea (Andrea da Milano); Ferrucci, Francesco di Giovanni; Ferrucci, Sebastiano di Francesco; Lanfranco, Giovanni; Algardi, Alessandro; Domenichino; Preti, Mattia; Cignani, Carlo; Taruffi, Emilio; Bazzani, Cesare; Guidi, Domenico; Castelli, Matteo; Passignano, Domenico; Mochi, Francesco; Buonvicino, Ambrogio; Bernini, Pietro; Stati, Cristoforo; Bernini, Gian Lorenzo; Coccia, Francesco; Giorgetti, Giuseppe; Olivieri, Pier Paolo
Post-medieval: Architecture, frescoes, stucco, painting, sculpture, architectural sculpture, sculptural relief
Object Notes: Exhibiting the passage from Counter-Reformation to Baroque, it is one of the most vast churches in Rome (the most vast with one nave), and its cupola, which measures 80 meters in heighth is the heighest after that of S. Peter's. Construction was initiated in 1591 by Olivieri, the cupola was completed in 1625 by Maderno.
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271 S. Antonio da Padova 7 items
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Artist Name: Carimini. Luca
Post-medieval: 19th century architecture (1886); views of face, portico, portal.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI, Roma e Dintorni, 1977, p. 382
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272 S. Balbina 60 items
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Artist Name: Cosma, Giovanni; Mino dal Reame; Fontbuoni, Anastasio
Medieval: Architectural plans, architecture, cosmati tiling, sculpture, fresco painting, sculptural fragments. Post-medieval: Sculptural relief, architectural sculpture, architecture, painting, fresco painting, sculpture. On viale Baccelli.
General Notes: Hutzel accounts for 65 prints; however, #9, #10, #39, #59, #61 and #62 are not included in the group of photos. (Perhaps they are with wall painting or mosaics?). There is also a note (from Emily?) that unmatched negatives are in mylar sleeves at the front of the group - but these are also not located.
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271 S. Bartolomeo de Insula 80 items
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Artist Name: Nicola di Angelo; Vassalletto, Pietro; Trevisani, Francesco; Carracci, Antonio; Torriani, Orazio
Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculptural fragments, architectural fragments . Post-medieval: Painting, stucco, architectural sculpture, architecture, fresco painting, sculpture
General Notes: Originally built in the 10th century by German Kaiser Ottone II, on the island of the Tiber River, over the ruins of the Roman temple Esculapio. Enlarged in the 12th century, this renovation was destroyed in a flood in the mid 16th century. Current facade dates from 1624 by Torriani.
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273 S. Benedetto in Piscinula 31 items
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Medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, painting, frescoes, intarsia. Post-medieval: Painting, fresco, altarpiece
273 S. Bernardino 25 items
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Artist Name: Baglione, Giovanni; Gagliardi, Bernardo
Post-medieval: 17th century architecture (1625), paintings on canvas, fresco paintings, church furnishings
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Lazio (1981), p. 325
273 S. Bernardo alle Terme 118 items
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Artist Name: Odazzi, Giovanni; Sacchi, Andrea; Fancelli, Giacomo Antonio; Hoffmann, C.; Rainaldi, Rinaldo; Mariani, Camillo
Post-medieval: 16th century architecture (1598), sculpture, painting Caterina Nobili Sforza, countess of Santa Fiora, patron.
Bibliographic Citation: Brief Citation: TCI/Roma e Dintorni (1977), p. 312-13
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274 S. Brigida 41 items
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Artist Name: Puccini, Biagio
Exterior views of 18th c. church on Piazza Farnese. Interior views of altar, celing frescoes, sculpture, sculptural relief, paintings, mosaics, stained glass.
General Notes: Exterior views taken from via di Monserrato sequence.
274 S. Carlo ai Catinari 25 items
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Interior views of 17th c. church's nave, altar, apse fresco, cupola, architectural sculpture.
274 S. Caterina da Siena 54 items
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Artist Name: Cafa, Melchiorre; Pietro da Cortona; Canuti, Domenico Maria; Haffner, Enrico; Bernini, Gian Lorenzo; Conca, Sebastiano; Allegrini, Francesco; Romanelli, Giovanni Francesco; Finelli, Giuliano; Bracci, Pietro; Soria, Giovanni Battista
Post-medieval: Church by Soria dates from 1638-40. Sculpture, frescoes, painting, architectural sculpture, architecture, stucco
274 S. Caterina dei Funari 73 items
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Artist Name: Guidetti, Guidetto; Muziano, Girolamo; Zuccaro, Federico; Pulzone, Scipione; Agresti, Livio (Ricciutello); Venusti, Marcello; Raffaellino da Reggio; Massari, Lucio
Post-medieval: Architecture, painting, fresco, sculpture . In the vicinity of Palazzo Mattei in Jewish quarter
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275 S. Cecilia in Trastevere 160 items
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Artist Name: Maderno, Carlo; Conca, Sebastiano; Arnolfo di Cambio; Maderno, Stefano; Bril, Paul; Roncalli, Cristofano; Reni, Guido; Lotto, Lorenzo; Pintoricchio; Tiberio d'Assisi; Pasturo; Antonio da Viterbo (Il Pastura); Fuga, Ferdinando
Antiquities: Mosaics, architectural fragments
Medieval: Architectural sculpture, architectural fragments, sculptural fragments, sculpture, mosaics, floor tiling . Post-medieval: Painting, frescoes, architectural sculpture, sculpture, architecture, stucco, marble, gilding
Object Notes: Built over an already existing church of the 5th century by Pope S. Pasquale I in the 9th century. Suffered damaged and plundering; rebuilt in 1110. Completely redone in 15th century, 17th century and 18th century. Styles from 10th-present century are existent here.
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276 S. Cesareo 31 items
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Interior views of 16th c. church, including pergamo, ceiling, crypt and details of 2nd c. crypt floor mosaic.
276 S. Chiara 29 items
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Artist Name: Maderno, Carlo; Carimini, Luca; Francesco da Volterra
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, sculptural relief, painting, fresco
Object Notes: Erected for S. Carlo Borromeo in 1565.
276 S. Clemente 57 items
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Medieval: Architecture, sculpture, fresco painting
General Notes: Situated about 300 meters from the Coloseum, it takes the name of Pope Clemente, third successor to S. Peter. Although the photos are filed as "medieval", there has been some renovation in the interior dating from the Baroque period, and examples of later painting.
Accompanying Material: Hutzel sent guidebook, now housed in Center Library
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278 S. Costanza 131 items
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Medieval: Mosaics, architecture, architectural fragments, sculptural fragments, frescoes. Post-medieval: Fresco painting.
Object Notes: Dating from Paleo-Christian era in Rome, the church is really a mausoleum erected in the 4th century for Constantine's children (namely his daughter Costanza). It then became the baptistry of S. Agnese and in the 13th century an independent church. Mosaics are a complete series of works of the 4th century. Comprises two separate shipments. First shipment included 16 medieval mosaic prints/negatives and 2 post-medieval fresco painting prints/negatives. Second shipment included 95 medieval architecture, architectural fragments, sculptural fragments, mosaics, and frescoes; and 18 post-medieval fresco painting prints/negatives.
278 S. Crisogno 31 items
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Artist Name: Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri); Cavallini, Pietro; Soria, Giovanni Battista; Bernini, Gian Lorenzo; Bracci, Pietro; Mazzuoli, Giuseppe (the Elder); Galli, Pietro; Marchionni, Carlo
Medieval: Architecture, architectural fragments, architectural sculpture. Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, coffered ceiling, sculpture, relief work, painting.
General Notes: Hutzel notes that these photos were taken prior to 1960, before post-war restorations took place. The actual church dates to 1127-9, with the name S. Crisogono traced back to 5th century. Soria reconstructed the church in the 17th century.
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279-280 S. Croce in Gerusalemme 347 items
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Artist Name: Gregorini, Domenico; Passalacqua, Pietro; Antoniazzo Romano (Antonio di Benedetto Aquilo); Sansovino, Jacopo (Jacopo d' Antonio Tatti); Melozzo da Forli; Giaquinto, Corrado; Maratti, Carlo
Medieval: Cosmati pavement, architecture (facade) . Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, frescoes: "Leggenda della Santa Croce," Antoniazzo Romano (attr) & "S. Elena sale al cielo," Corrado Giaquinto; mosaic ceiling in Cappella di S. Elena; coats-of-arms
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281 S. Dorotea 17 items
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Artist Name: Nelli, Giovanni Battista
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, painting, frescoes
Object Notes: 18th century origins, yet catalogues of 1445 describe a chapel dedicated to SS. Silvestro and Dorotea on this spot). Restored in 1738 with architecture by Nelli, same creator of the plan of Rome.
281 S. Egidio 21 items
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Artist Name: Colonna, Fil.
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting
Object Notes: Exhibits original line of late Cinquecento construction, despite various remodelings. Church is almost always closed to the public.
281 S. Eligio degli Orefici 35 items
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Artist Name: Peruzzi, Baldassare; Ponzio, Flaminio; Romanelli, Giovanni Francesco; Matteo da Lecce; Zuccaro, Taddeo; Vecchi, Giovanni dei; Raphael
Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, painting, religious reliquaries
Object Notes: On Via Giulia along banks of the Tiber. Designed by Raphael. Construction began in 1516. Facade from 1602 by Ponzio. Interior in form of Greek cross.
281 S. Eligio dei Ferrari 43 items
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Artist Name: Siciolante, Girolamo (Girolamo da Sermoneta); Pulzone, Scipione; Batoni, Pompeo; Vannini, Giovanni
Post-medieval: Architecture, sculpture, painting, religious reliquaries (17-18th centuries), sculptural relief, stucco
Object Notes: Constructed in first half of 16th century by confraternity of the blacksmiths.
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282 S. Eustachio 46 items
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Artist Name: Canevari, Antonio; Salvi, Nicola; Fuga, Ferdinando; Zoboli, Giacomo; Morelli, Paolo
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture and decoration, sculptural portrait busts, sculpture, painting
282 S. Francesco di Paola 79 items
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Artist Name: Pietro da Cortona; Giuseppe Chiari; Sebastiano Conca; Giulio Romano
Exterior views of facade, capitals, architectural sculpture. Interior views of nave and altar, achitectural sculpture, ceiling frescoes, side altars, sculpture, paintings, scresty, collegio.
General Notes: Views of Piazza S. Francesco di Paola were extracted from this numerical sequence and filed separately.
282 S. Giacomo degli Spagnoli 25 items
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Artist Name: Foschini, Arnaldo; Carimini, Luca; Torrigiano, Pietro; Pellegrino; Modena; Sangallo, Antonio da (the Younger)
Post-medieval: Architecture, architectural sculpture, sculpture, painting.