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The example of El Salvador provides one such instance. This form of action was repeated again some six years later when the Chapter was faced with similar financial difficulties. Mengs, A R Arenillas, J A El Salvador in Seville only utilised stone for its principal structural elements, whilst the cupola, vaults, and some of the envelope walls were built from brick, because it was a lighter and cheaper option Mendoza Work on construction stopped completely.

La iglesia en el mundo medieval y moderno. En Juan de la Cosa trazou o primeiro mapa no que figuraban as costas americanas.

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The Epistle side of the nave. Accompanying this was an elongation of the time frame. The reconstruction of the collegiate church of El Salvador commenced in Fig. These essentially scenographic elements of the exterior and interior without doubt claimed a considerable portion of work that had previously been part of the larger architectural project. Barrio Gozalo, M It is one thing to observe it and another to pronounce it.


Was it the economic crisis that led to the abandonment of stone as the material of primary architectural expression for large-scale architecture in Seville, or was it a shift in the manner in which architecture was beginning to be conceived? Cathedral building in the age of crisis: The completion of the Sagrario, with its elaborately carved stone vaults, is the last example of this tradition in Seville.

As paredes son en talude, en tronco piramidal, como a tumba do papa Sisto IV. The central sections of the paper focus on the city of Seville and in particular the construction of the church of the Sagrario. As new territories were gained from north to south, mosques were initially adapted and reconfigured to serve the Christian rite that modrrno now enacted inside.

With the stabilisation of the Castilian economy towards the end of the seventeenth century came a renewed programme of large-scale architectural construction in Seville. Nominal wages had increased due to high inflation, garciaa the real wages of workers had decreased owing to the devaluation of the Castilian currency.

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Serrera, Sel M En la imprenta real. It could also be read as a spiritual manoeuvre, sealing a pact between the citizens of a meelro, its Church and God, gambling, as it were, for a better future through architecture Cruz Isidoro Arquitectura sevillana del siglo XVII. Distinct from its northern European counterparts, the cathedral-age of Spain lasted well into the eighteenth century.

Was the aesthetic result of yeserias so desirable that a price higher than stonework was accepted? Jovellanos, G M El fin de un privilegio: Summary During the economic, social and political crises that affected seventeenth century Spain, a new form of architectural practice emerged.


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The shortfalls in funds and the associated cash flow issues were further compounded by the taxes payable to the Crown — subsidio and the excusado — for the war campaigns being waged, an inescapable condition faced by all dioceses Higueras Maldonado The incomplete Cathedral of Valladolid. It is curious that the amount paid for work in plaster — a supposedly cheap and common material — should cost almost fifty percent more than the same task in stone.

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Bravo Bernal, A M Begun in the same year as the Chapter House, it was completed in ten years. Historical Myth and National Identity. The cities of Andalusia were not the only sites of large-scale cathedral construction. Un siglo de inestabilidades. Una cosa es verlo, historiia otra decirlo.

The project was aimed at addressing the inadequacies of the extant chapel, deemed to be inappropriate in scale and poor in condition. This is exemplified in the transition that occurred during the prolonged construction of the Sagrario of Seville Cathedral.

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