Journal Convivium, vol. 10.1

Convivium 10.1 (2023)

The Architecture of Medieval Port Cities: Italy and the Mediterranean

  • Pages: 183 p.
  • Size:160 x 240 mm
  • Illustrations:13 b/w, 120 col., 5 maps b/w, 2 maps color
  • Language(s):English, Italian
  • Publication Year:2023

  • ISBN: 978-2-503-60362-9
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    Sarah K. Kozlowski & Kristen Streahle: Navigating between Port Cities. Past and Present


    Elizabeth Kassler-Taub: The Urban Waterscape of Early Modern Palermo

    Ali Asgar Hussamuddin Alibhai: A Tale of Two Port Cities. Al-Mahdiyya, Palermo, and the Timber Trade of the Medieval Mediterranean

    Teresa Colletta: Arsenali marittimi e città portuali del Mediterraneo medievale. Gli arsenali di Napoli, metropoli portuale del Trecento

    Renard Gluzman: To See Venice in a Grain of Sand. An Experiment in Writing a Microhistory of Waterway Erosion Instigated by a Shipwreck, 1607–1622

    Aristea S. Gratsea: The Bay of Fraschia. Characteristics and Function in the Maritime and Shipping Activities of Venetian Crete (15th–16th Centuries)

    Ana Marinković & Petar Strunje: Between Plague and Trade. Topography and Typology of the Maritime Lazzarettos in Dubrovnik

    Joseph C. Williams: The Mobility of Builders in Medieval Port Cities. The Foreign Masters of Dubrovnik Cathedral

    Joseph M. Silva: Securing the Mediterranean. Cosimo i de’ Medici and Portoferraio

    Karen Rose Mathews: Between Two Rivers and the Sea. Pisa’s Identity as a Port City in the Middle Ages

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