Few buildings have inspired a comparable mass of images

Few buildings have inspired a comparable mass of images

  • Spon 1678 J. Spon, Voyage d’Italie, de Dalmatie, de Grece et du Levant, fait aux annees 1675 et 1676 [. ], Lyon (chez Antoine Cellier le fils) 1678.
  • Wheler 1682 G. Wheler, Per journey into Greece [. ], printed for William Cademan, Sein Kettlewell, and Awnsham Churchill, London 1682.
  • Fischer von Erlach 1721 Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach, Entwurf einer Historischen Architektur, mediante Abbildung unterschiedener beruhmten Gebaude des Alterthums, Wien 1721.
  • Adam 1764 R. Adam, Ruins of the Palace of Emperor Diocletian, London 1764.
  • Lavallee 1802 J. Lavallee, Voyage historique et pittoresque de l’Istrie et de la Dalmatie, redige d’apres l’itineraire de Cassas, Paris (sous la Direction de Nee) 1802.

Lettere critica

  • Carbonara, Dalla Spiaggia 2005 G. Carbonara, M. Dalla Litorale (a cura di), Intelligenza e rifacimento dell’architettura. Saggi mediante onore di Messia Boscarino, Milano 2005.
  • Fiskovic 1950 C. Fiskovic, Prilog proucavanju i zastiti Dioklecijanove palale u Splitu [Contributo allo indagine ed appata difesa del seguito di Diocleziano a Spalato], “RAD JAZU” 279 (1950), 5-125.
  • Hubel 2012 Per. Hubel, Uberlegungen zum Verhaltnis von Theorie und Praxis der Denkmalpflege im 20. Jahrhundert. Das Beispiel Split, “Kunsttexte.de Di nuovo-Journal fur Kunst- und Bildgeschichte”, 2 (2012), 1-25, esposizione digitale
  • Vlasic Juric 2011 V. Vlasic Juric 2011, Dioklecijanova palaca na prikazima u grafickoj zbirci Nacionalne i Sveucilisne knjiznice u Zagreb, in “Kroatologija” 2 (2011), 205-216.

English abstract

At the end of the Second World War, an important www.datingranking.net/it/guyspy-review/ step sopra the history of preservation of Diocletian’s palace began per Croatia sopra the city of Split; this moment was one mediante which the iconographic tradition of the palace played per very special role. Few buildings around the world have verso history as complex as that of this ancient palace: the palace was transformed in a city, and recognized as an extraordinary monument by archeologists as well as art and architectural historians.

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