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C'est pendant la Renaissance (au XVe s. en particulier) que des artistes comme Brunelleschi,  Alberti, De Vinci... cherchèrent des méthodes géométriques et sûres pour représenter en volume même les objets les plus compliqués.// Paolo Uccello -  Le miracle de l'hostie , 1465-1469

The first fire in Rome was built by Francesco I da Carrara ( lord of Padua ) in 1386 , while staying in a hotel in the city , because he found that ' rooms were heated with a primitive system in Rome ' .

XII Century - The Second Renaissance Rome ... http://www.romeandart.eu/it/arte-xii-secolo.html

XII Century - The Second Renaissance Rome ... http://www.romeandart.eu/it/arte-xii-secolo.html

XII Century - The Second Renaissance Rome ... http://www.romeandart.eu/it/arte-xii-secolo.html

XII Century - The Second Renaissance Rome ... http://www.romeandart.eu/it/arte-xii-secolo.html

Cependant, ailleurs, comme au Japon, on développait la représentation en perspective cavalière, où les fuyantes sont parallèles entre elles, seule représentation du volume connue jusqu'aux échanges avec les occidentaux au XVIIIè s.//Japon, période d'Edo (XVIIe siècle)

Cependant, ailleurs, comme au Japon, on développait la représentation en perspective cavalière, où les fuyantes sont parallèles entre elles, seule représentation du volume connue jusqu'aux échanges avec les occidentaux au XVIIIè s.//Japon, période d'Edo (XVIIe siècle)

The medieval Zoccolette street and the ancient Roman domus http://www.romeandart.eu/it/arte-via-zoccolette.html  VISIT the ancient Roman houses discoveries between 1978 and 1982 during the restoration works of buildings. They preserved structures from the Roman period, four floors (two below ground and two above) and these formed the basis of a powerful and complex restructuring medieval, which raised the  buildings almost at the current situation.  Address: Via di San Paolo alla Regola, 16

The medieval Zoccolette street and the ancient Roman domus http://www.romeandart.eu/it/arte-via-zoccolette.html VISIT the ancient Roman houses discoveries between 1978 and 1982 during the restoration works of buildings. They preserved structures from the Roman period, four floors (two below ground and two above) and these formed the basis of a powerful and complex restructuring medieval, which raised the buildings almost at the current situation. Address: Via di San Paolo alla Regola, 16

Ils inventent le point de fuite, point où convergent les lignes qui représentent la profondeur et que l'on appelle les fuyantes (ou lignes de fuite) Au début du XVIe s. apparait la notion de ligne d'horizon, ligne imaginaire qui se situe toujours devant nous, à la hauteur des yeux.// Paolo Uccello -  Le miracle de l'hostie , 1465-1469

Ils inventent le point de fuite, point où convergent les lignes qui représentent la profondeur et que l'on appelle les fuyantes (ou lignes de fuite) Au début du XVIe s. apparait la notion de ligne d'horizon, ligne imaginaire qui se situe toujours devant nous, à la hauteur des yeux.// Paolo Uccello - Le miracle de l'hostie , 1465-1469

XII Century - The Second Renaissance Rome ... http://www.romeandart.eu/it/arte-xii-secolo.html

XII Century - The Second Renaissance Rome ... http://www.romeandart.eu/it/arte-xii-secolo.html

The medieval Zoccolette street and the ancient Roman domus http://www.romeandart.eu/it/arte-via-zoccolette.html  VISIT the ancient Roman houses discoveries between 1978 and 1982 during the restoration works of buildings. They preserved structures from the Roman period, four floors (two below ground and two above) and these formed the basis of a powerful and complex restructuring medieval, which raised the  buildings almost at the current situation.  Address: Via di San Paolo alla Regola, 16

The medieval Zoccolette street and the ancient Roman domus http://www.romeandart.eu/it/arte-via-zoccolette.html VISIT the ancient Roman houses discoveries between 1978 and 1982 during the restoration works of buildings. They preserved structures from the Roman period, four floors (two below ground and two above) and these formed the basis of a powerful and complex restructuring medieval, which raised the buildings almost at the current situation. Address: Via di San Paolo alla Regola, 16

When Brescia was under Roman rule, this square was the centre both of religious and political life.  The Capitolium Temple, prominently situated at the north end, had an arcade with a double order of columns, as can be seen from the remains of the arches on the former ground level.  The Basilica (the law courts) was situated on the south side: remains of this edifice can be seen incorporated into the nearby houses in Piazza Labus.

When Brescia was under Roman rule, this square was the centre both of religious and political life. The Capitolium Temple, prominently situated at the north end, had an arcade with a double order of columns, as can be seen from the remains of the arches on the former ground level. The Basilica (the law courts) was situated on the south side: remains of this edifice can be seen incorporated into the nearby houses in Piazza Labus.

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