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Italia Amalfi5 Museo diocesano

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Amalfi is the main town of the coast on which it is located, named Costiera Amalfitana (Amalfi Coast), and is today an important tourist destination together with other towns on the same coast, such as Positano, Ravello and others. Amalfi is included in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
At the top of a staircase, Saint Andrew's Cathedral (Duomo) overlooks the Piazza Duomo, the heart of Amalfi. The cathedral dates back to the 11th century; The cloister leads into the Basilica of the Crucifix, dating from the 10th century and containing more treasures. Originally there were two churches, both with three naves. The first one (the Church of the Crucifix) is the old Cathedral, reconstructed between 959 and 1004; the basilica now houses the cathedral's museum and treasury

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Italia Amalfi5 Museo diocesano

  1. 1. The Amalfi Coast boasts one of the most stunning views in Italy What stands out amongst Amalfi's many riches is without a doubt the magnificent Cathedral, a true jubilation of art dedicated to Sant'Andrea patron of the city The Tuscan poet and writer Renato Fucini (1843-1921) once wrote, “Judgment Day will feel like any other day to the people of Amalfi who will go to Paradise.”
  2. 2. The cloister leads into the Basilica of the Crucifix, dating from the 10th century and containing more treasures. The basilica now houses the cathedral's museum and treasury The cloister Basilica of the Crucifix Duomo Originally there were two churches, both with three naves. The first one (the Church of the Crucifix) is the old Cathedral, reconstructed between 959 and 1004; the second, wider and with a transept, was built some time before 1066, when its bronze doors were cast in Constantinople.  
  3. 3. The Basilica of the Crucifix
  4. 4. The Basilica of the Crucifix
  5. 5. Anonymous sculptor early 14th century
  6. 6. Madonna on a throne XV century Polychromed and carved wood Pierced screen early XIII century (from the altar of the crypt)
  7. 7. Coronation of the Virgin also named Virgin Mary of the Snow Tommaso Malvito (?) 15th century
  8. 8. Virgin Mary of the Snow (fragment) Madonna dell’Idria Giuda Tedeschi 1490
  9. 9. Polyptych The Annunciation; Ascension of the Virgin; Apostles and histories of the Virgin (predella) Late 16th century Neapolitan mannierist painter
  10. 10. Polyptych XVIth century
  11. 11. Falca Corteo marino XVI century
  12. 12. Our Lady of the rosary Aert Mijtens (1556-1602) Madonna delle grazie between Sts Andrew and James (Madonna del latte)1505
  13. 13. Madonna delle grazie between Sts Andrew and James (detail) 1505
  14. 14. Madonna and child fresco early XV century Maestro di Antonio and Onofrio Penna (?)
  15. 15. Pieta wits Saints Andrew and Emidio First decade of the XVI century
  16. 16. CeilingSaint Andrew XIII Saint Peter 1595
  17. 17. Saint Peter The Apostle Nunzio Maresca (attr) 1595 carved and polychromed wood (from the high altar of the Cathedral)
  18. 18. Fresco © John Bragg
  19. 19. Silver altar paneling (Antependium) engraved and embossed silver 1713 Pilgrim at the tomb of S. Andrew which shows the miracle of Manna and two episodes of the martyrdom of Saint Andrew
  20. 20. Altar frontal  1713
  21. 21. Altar frontal (1713) Pilgrim at the tomb of Saint Andrew
  22. 22. Altar frontal (1713) Martyrdom of Saint Andrew
  23. 23. Crocifissione Ippolito Borghese 1605
  24. 24. Bridal gift set 15th century
  25. 25. Prelate and San Gennaro the Bishop - Unknown Southern sculptor late 17th century
  26. 26. Reliquary (wood and bleached ox bone) 15th century
  27. 27. Reliquary 15th century The box contained the relics of Saints Cosmas and Damian which, together with those of St. Andrew, were transported to Amalfi by Cardinal Capuano in 1204 from Constantinople
  28. 28. Reliquary Head - Saint Catherine of Alexandria - 15th century - embossed silver The head was once placed on a big wooden golden bust containing a shrine for the relics of S. Catherine of Alexandria
  29. 29. Goldsmith work adapted for liturgical use Jug 1698
  30. 30. Sedan - Neapolitan manufacture XVIII
  31. 31. Mitre Neapolitan manufacture 13th - 14th century
  32. 32. It is considered the most valuable European middle ages mitre. The bottom is decorated by about 19,330 Eastern pearls that describe foliage motifs of Gothic elegance. In titulo and in circulo are applied gold plates, bearing cabochon gems surrounded by other small gems and pearls
  33. 33. Closet doors (carved and polychromed wood) the second half of the 17th century
  34. 34. The four doors were made for the will of Mons. Quaranta (1649-1678) as closures of a closet-case for the relics of the Saints preserved in the Cathedral.
  35. 35. Sound: Angelo Branduardi - Domenica e lunedì; Il Cantico delle Creature Text: Internet Pictures: Sanda Foişoreanu Internet All  copyrights  belong to their  respective owners Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu https://plus.google.com/+SandaMichaela 2018

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