Cathedral of Florence

   See Florence, cathedral of (1296-1350s).

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  • Campanile of the cathedral of Florence — (1334 1350s)    The construction history of the Campanile of the Cathedral of Florence is rather complex. In 1334, Giotto was appointed director of the Cathedral Works. Primarily a painter, he probably had little experience as architect, though… …   Dictionary of Renaissance art

  • Florence — • Located in the province of Tuscany (Central Italy) Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Florence     Florence     † …   Catholic encyclopedia

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  • Florence, cathedral of — (1296 1350s)    The Cathedral of Florence was begun by Arnolfo di Cambio in 1296. Twice the work was halted, first in 1310 when Arnolfo died, and later in 1348 when the Black Death struck. After contributions by Giotto and later Andrea Pisano, it …   Dictionary of Renaissance art

  • FLORENCE CATHEDRAL, ITALY —    The Cathedral of Florence, begun in the late 13th century and completed almost 150 years later, epitomizes Florentine political and economic dominance in Italy during the Renaissance. Begun in 1296 by the architect Arnolfo di Cambio, the… …   Historical Dictionary of Architecture

  • Cathedral — • The chief church of a diocese Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Cathedral     Cathedral     † …   Catholic encyclopedia

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  • Florence — /flawr euhns, flor /, n. 1. Italian, Firenze. a city in central Italy, on the Arno River: capital of the former grand duchy of Tuscany. 464,425. 2. a city in NW Alabama, on the Tennessee River. 37,029. 3. a city in E South Carolina. 30,062. 4. a… …   Universalium

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