dell'Acero's first aim consists of contributing both
to the simple knowledge and to the in-depth investigation
of the least known aspects of the Tuscan territory,
which are however charming, rich in history and significant
from the point of view of nature and environment.
The purpose of this
series consists of recording the heritage of Romanesque
Tuscan architecture thanks to a methodical research
carried out in a systematic way in single territories
representing more or less homogeneous areas geographically,
but most of all from a historical, political and religious
point of view.
These volumes are directed to a large reading public,
because, besides their general approach based on serious
and philologically correct research, they offer a complete
outline of all the Romanesque churches and remains of
buildings which can be found in this area, which is
the object of our search. Therefore they represent a
real guide for all those people who wish to visit and
know this important aspect of the territory, very characteristic
of the history of Tuscan architecture.
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Format: cm 31x29; pagg. 228; 134 big coloured plates; with four-coloured
dust jacket; italian-english text. cover price € 48,00
This work is a broad presentation about monuments
and rural centres which have maintained their primal structure
better than other.
Romanesque Churches in Florence
and in the Countryside to the North of the Arno River
Format: cm 30x21; pp. 160; 40 coloured plates; 80 pictures;
cover price € 36,15
As the sixth volume of the series, this publication deals with
the Romanesque buildings in Florence and in the area between
the city and the first Apennine reliefs.
Romanesque Churches in the Florentine
Fprmat: cm 30x21; pp. 260; 126 coloured plates; 191 pictures;
coloured plastic-coated; cover price € 41,32
Thanks to this great volume we have greatly enlarged the outline
of Romanesque churches in the Florentine countryside which had
begun with the publication on Mugello and Val di Sieve, by embracing
the entire medieval diocese of Florence to the south of the
Romanesque Style in Mugello and
Format: cm 30x22; pp. 292; 288 black-and-white llustrations;
plastic-coated binding with four-coloured dust jacket; cover
price € 41,32
This book embraces all the Sieve basin, from Barberino di Mugello
to Pontassieve, and offers a rich catalogue of forty-two sacred
buildings - some of which are presented here for the first time
because they were discovered through this search.