Compleso monumentale s. lorenzo maggiore part one

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Compleso monumentale s. lorenzo maggiore part one

  1. 1. Slide and elaboration by Antonio Florino General description in English
  2. 2. The complex has so wanted to develop a cultural offer is based, also, on use of such experiential. Visitors will therefore be welcomed and guided the ancient Roman market, will live again, thanks to the actors in costume, colors, smells, gestures, practices and traditions of ancient Rome. The visit starts from the cloister, which lies at the heart of a well surmounted by a statue of San Lorenzo, Cosimo Fanzago. The cloister was rebuilt in 1771, the area occupied by a structure of the fourteenth century. Within the cloister of which we visit today, on the left, we can observe the remains of a Tholos (round structure) down to about 8 meters, the underground archaeological tour is on a narrow road (milestones), where you can see various environmental SALE - Chapter Hall Between two four-light tufa, through a portal of the fourteenth century, leads to a striking environment with often richly frescoed and the chapter house. It takes its name from the Chapter, or a meeting of brothers that took place here, to give assignments. The chapter house was built at the time of the Swabian domination (1234-1266). The precious decoration of this room are attributed to Louis Rodriguez and were built in 1608. they depict stylishly decorated with grotesques, the Order of Friars Minor Conventual who have distinguished themselves in particular cultural and religious merit. The family tree shows the glory Franciscan missionary friars and scholars as well as those who have become cardinals, popes and saints. EXCAVATIONS The archaeological site can be visited today, dates back to the imperial age, while there are only few traces refers to the time of the Greek city. The visit starts from the cloister, which lies at the heart of a well surmounted by a statue of San Lorenzo, Cosimo Fanzago. The cloister was rebuilt in 1771, the area occupied by a structure of the fourteenth century. Within the cloister of which we visit today, on the left, we can observe the remains of a Tholos (round structure) down to about 8 meters, the underground archaeological tour is on a narrow road (milestones), where you can see a variety of environments: the Treasury, where there was the treasure guarded the city's public, after the Treasury following nine workshops of two rooms each. In these shops you can see elements of the business and craft activities in the market, such as an oven, tanks for dyeing fabrics, etc.. At the end of the hinge on the right, you reach the criptoportico (covered market), divided into small rooms, each of which bears stone benches, used for the display of goods. The last room of the porch is communicating with a new sector of the archaeological area. You enter a large room at a time, when you see a motional waterworks dating from the late Hellenistic accommodation market which was used to incalanare the flow of water in a situation of steep slopes. Next to the pool is a complex of three large rooms adjoining a time, with a mosaic floor and a bath-fountain, the impluvium, in the central room. In the refined complex can probably recognize a choir, or a building for the meetings of religious associations or trade. In this whole area of ​​wall hangings are seen remakes of late ancient and medieval times.
  3. 7. The Cloister
  4. 23. Chapter House
  5. 35. The access to the archaeological zone. A little Pompeii
  6. 69. Incredible in the heart of old Naples
  7. 76. We interrupt for now but will return soon to give you other emotions By Antonio Florino [email_address]

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