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I have mentioned before Nolli’s map of Rome from 1748. I have found it a pleasurable, even indispensable accompaniment to my reading about the Renaissance in Rome. I have also mentioned the website maintained by the architecture and geography department of the University of Oregon (http://nolli.uoregon.edu and now at http://nolli.stanford.edu/legacy). This site includes background material, […]
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