Event: LIFE AND DEATH IN A RENAISSANCE SQUARE
Organizer: BRITISH INSTITUTE OF FLORENCE
Speakers: Kevin Murphy
Date: Sep 21st 6:00pm Central European Time. Equivalent times:
Americas - PT: Sep 21st 9:00am | ET: Sep 21st 12:00pm.
Europe - UK: Sep 21st 5:00pm | CET: Sep 21st 6:00pm.
APAC - CST/HKT/SGT: Sep 22nd 12:00am | AET: Sep 22nd 2:00am.
"Like many ‘piazze’ dotted around the city of Florence, the piazza Santa Trinita is essentially an empty, irregular space characterised by the absence of buildings. However, during the Renaissance the buildings surrounding it worked a powerful cohesive action on local families and individuals by expressing many shared civic and religious identities. The piazza also became a preferred venue for proud statements of personal identity, especially through the piazza-facing facades of its family palaces, and the decoration of the same families’ burial chapels in the church of Santa Trinita..."
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS AND CREDITS
British Institute of Florence