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Chapters: San Sebastiano, Venice, ?ehzade Mosque, Mihrimah Sultan Mosque. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 18. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: San Sebastiano, Venice - San Sebastiano is located on the site of a former hospice wh Chapters: San Sebastiano, Venice, ?ehzade Mosque, Mihrimah Sultan Mosque. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 18. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: San Sebastiano, Venice - San Sebastiano is located on the site of a former hospice which was founded by the confraternity of Gerolimine fathers in 1393. Close to the hospice was an Oratory, built in 1396 and dedicated to Santa Maria Full of Grace and Justice. This was later expanded and in 1468 was converted into a church dedicated to Saint Sebastian the martyr who was one of the chief patrons against plague and pestilence in Europe. The church is therefore regarded as one of the great Plague-Churches of Venice, built to temper divine punishment, as the plague was viewed in the Middle Ages. Starting in 1506 a number of alterations including restructuring and enlargement, overseen by the architect Antonio Abbondi (known as Scarpagnino), gave the church its current appearance. The expansion was completed in 1548 and the church was finally consecrated in 1562. It has a single-nave layout designed on a Latin cross. It has an atrium, above which is a raised choir, and culminates in an apsidal presbytery under a cupola. The architectural style of the church is Renaissance. A restoration project was undertaken in 1867. San Sebastiano has a plain fa ade containing, on the pediment's apex, the figure of St. Sebastian wounded by arrows. Close to the door are small figures of St. Sebastian and St. Jerome, the two saints most closely associated with the church. Virgin and Child Enthroned with Saints, 1564-65, Paolo Veronese Coffer ceiling by Paolo Veronese Organ decorated by Paolo VeroneseFollowing a commission by Brother Bernardo Torlioni the Verona-born painter Paolo Veronese spent three periods between 1555 and 1570 decorating various parts of th...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=25383860


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Chapters: San Sebastiano, Venice, ?ehzade Mosque, Mihrimah Sultan Mosque. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 18. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: San Sebastiano, Venice - San Sebastiano is located on the site of a former hospice wh Chapters: San Sebastiano, Venice, ?ehzade Mosque, Mihrimah Sultan Mosque. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 18. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: San Sebastiano, Venice - San Sebastiano is located on the site of a former hospice which was founded by the confraternity of Gerolimine fathers in 1393. Close to the hospice was an Oratory, built in 1396 and dedicated to Santa Maria Full of Grace and Justice. This was later expanded and in 1468 was converted into a church dedicated to Saint Sebastian the martyr who was one of the chief patrons against plague and pestilence in Europe. The church is therefore regarded as one of the great Plague-Churches of Venice, built to temper divine punishment, as the plague was viewed in the Middle Ages. Starting in 1506 a number of alterations including restructuring and enlargement, overseen by the architect Antonio Abbondi (known as Scarpagnino), gave the church its current appearance. The expansion was completed in 1548 and the church was finally consecrated in 1562. It has a single-nave layout designed on a Latin cross. It has an atrium, above which is a raised choir, and culminates in an apsidal presbytery under a cupola. The architectural style of the church is Renaissance. A restoration project was undertaken in 1867. San Sebastiano has a plain fa ade containing, on the pediment's apex, the figure of St. Sebastian wounded by arrows. Close to the door are small figures of St. Sebastian and St. Jerome, the two saints most closely associated with the church. Virgin and Child Enthroned with Saints, 1564-65, Paolo Veronese Coffer ceiling by Paolo Veronese Organ decorated by Paolo VeroneseFollowing a commission by Brother Bernardo Torlioni the Verona-born painter Paolo Veronese spent three periods between 1555 and 1570 decorating various parts of th...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=25383860

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