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HA3212

    HA3212

    UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK

    Summer Examinations: 2000/2001

    ROME BEFORE AVIGNON: PAPAL PATRONAGE IN ROME 1198-1304

    Time allowed: 3 hours.

    Candidates must attempt ALL questions.

    Each question carries the same weight and candidates are advised to spread their time evenly between the questions.

    Refer to each image by the number and letter on the back.

    Read carefully the instructions on the answer book and make sure that the particulars required are entered on each answer book.

    Photographs and photocopies MUST NOT be defaced or removed from the examinations room.

    1. Identify and date A and B as closely as possible, and compare their treatment of ceremonial gesture.

    2. Identify and date A and B as closely as possible, and discuss their differing approaches to Franciscan architecture.

    3. Identify and date A and B as closely as possible, and contrast their re-use of antique sarcophagi.

    4. Identify and date A and B as closely as possible, and compare the differing historical treatment of papal coronations.

    5. Identify A and B and compare the treatment of the iconography of Christ in relation to earlier prototypes.

    6. Identify A and B and compare the style and architectural decoration of both arcades.

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      PHOTOMASTER

      HA3212

      UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK

      Summer Examinations: 2000/2001

      ROME BEFORE AVIGNON: PAPAL PATRONAGE IN ROME 1198-1304

      1.A San Paolo fuori le mura, Apse mosaic: Honorius III before Christ, 1216/1218.

      B Città del Vaticano, Pinacoteca Vaticana. Giotto Stefaneschi triptych, Cardinal Giacomo Stefaneschi before Christ.

      2.A Assisi, San Francesco, Upper Church Nave, c. 1240/1250.

      B Rome, Santa Maria in Aracoeli, Nave, c. 1260/1270.

      3.A Rome, S.Maria in Aracoeli, Tomb of Senator Luca Savelli, (1266)

      B Viterbo, San Francesco alla Rocca: Pietro di Oderisio, Tomb Pope Clement IV, (1268).

      4.A Rome, SS. Quattro Coronati, Cappella San Silvestro. Pope Sylvester receives the tiara from Constantine, c. 1246.

      B Città del Vaticano, Biblioteca Apostolica. Vat.Lat.4932 f. 1r., Coronation of Pope Boniface VIII.

      5.A Ascoli Piceno, Museo Civico, "Cope of Nicholas IV", Head of Christ.

      B Rome, Sancta Sanctorum, Head of Christ, fresco.

      6.A Rome, San Paolo fuori le mura. Vassallectus cloister detail, c.1230.

      B Viterbo, Palazzo Papale, Papal loggia, c.1270.

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