Session Title

A Tale of Two Cities: The Legacy of Medieval Kingship in Palermo and Naples

Sponsoring Organization(s)

Special Session

Organizer Name

Antonino Tranchina; Stefano D'Ovidio

Organizer Affiliation

Bibliotheca Hertziana; Univ. degli Studi di Napoli Federico II

Presider Name

Tanja Michalsky

Presider Affiliation

Bibliotheca Hertziana

Paper Title 1

Santa Chiara as Landmark, Burial Site, and Processional Destination in Early Modern and Contemporary Naples

Presenter 1 Name

Elisabetta Scirocco

Presenter 1 Affiliation

Bibliotheca Hertziana

Paper Title 2

The Tomb and the City: Postmedieval Life of Robert the Wise's Monument

Presenter 2 Name

Stefano D'Ovidio

Paper Title 3

Reframing Rogerian Mosaics in Early Modern Palermo

Presenter 3 Name

Antonino Tranchina

Paper Title 4

Norman Revival and the Cult of Santa Rosalia in Seventeenth-Century Palermo

Presenter 4 Name

Clare Kobasa

Presenter 4 Affiliation

Philadelphia Museum of Art

Start Date

9-5-2019 1:30 PM

Session Location

Schneider 1280

Description

This session includes studies that consider the incidence of being capital in medieval Palermo and Naples, and examines the persistence of royal echoes in both cities during the post-medieval times, with regards to shaping and experiencing urban and monumental settings. Antonino Tranchina

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May 9th, 1:30 PM

A Tale of Two Cities: The Legacy of Medieval Kingship in Palermo and Naples

Schneider 1280

This session includes studies that consider the incidence of being capital in medieval Palermo and Naples, and examines the persistence of royal echoes in both cities during the post-medieval times, with regards to shaping and experiencing urban and monumental settings. Antonino Tranchina