Corpus Basilicarum Romae Christianarum: Le Basiliche Cristiane Antiche di Roma (Sec. IV-IX)
by Krautheimer, Richard, et al.
1937. 5 vols., XVIII, 323, XI, 327, XI, 309, XI, 322, IX, 298 pp. corpus in Italian, with an introduction, detailed description, and analysis of each church and available archeological material, copious notes, bibliographies and chronologies for each church, altogether 1176 text illus. from photographs, old drawings, etc., 102 folding and double-page plates from measured drawings. Sm. folio. Cloth. Vatican City (Pontificio Istituto di Archeologia Cristiana/Institute of Fine Arts) 1937-1980. (Monumenti di Antichità Cristiana, Series 2, Vol. 2). Arntzen J 93. The crowning achievement of the field's foremost scholar and an indispensable work. The corpus details nearly 80 churches, each profusely and finely illustrated, with the final volume devoted to S. Giovanni in Laterano, S. Paolo fuori le Mura, and Old St. Peter's. The co-authors of the work are Spencer Corbett, Wolfgang Frankl, and Alfred Frazer. (Inventory #: 28178)
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