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Architettura cistercense in Italia settentrionale: Santa Maria di Abbadia Cerreto

digital Architettura cistercense in Italia settentrionale:
Santa Maria di Abbadia Cerreto
Articolo
rivista ARTE LOMBARDA
fascicolo ARTE LOMBARDA - 2015 - 1-2
titolo Architettura cistercense in Italia settentrionale: Santa Maria di Abbadia Cerreto
autore
editore Vita e Pensiero
formato Articolo | Pdf
online da 12-2015
issn 0004-3443 (stampa)
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Cerreto Lodigiano Abbey, both founded and built during the second half of Twelveth century, reppresents an example of huge outstanding interest in the history of studies about Cistercian architecture. Even though its good conservation, the Abbey isn’t still properly considerated by the official and specialized Storiography. Nevertheless the Abbey is a rare model, not only confined to a cistercian matter, of a building still attached to what the medioeval original project was supposed to be, fufilled in short times and superficially modified during the following centuries by alterations and renovations. This fact, correlated to a verified analysis of – slight – restaurations which concerned the Abbey in the last years of Nineteenth century, demonstrates an easy key to the reading of the walls of the monument, favouring the interpretation of the different building phasis of the site. The Cerreto reality, as it has been possible to prove, joins with full rights the «bernardine» architecture in the northern part of Italy, as real paradigm of building tradition. These rinomate studies have been precisely connected to this archittectual contest since ever, as it has been verified both by the sequence of progressive steps and the workforce created in the socalled «yards-school» of Cistercian Order.

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