In dicta ecclesia omni die fit maramma et non est pecunia. Restauri e penuria di fondi nella cattedrale di Agrigento tra il XII e il XV secolo, in La cattedra di Gerlando- Giornate di studio sulla Cattedrale di Agrigento in memoria del canonico Domenico De Gregorio.

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[automatically translated] In the fourteenth century the noble families, merchant and notary of Agrigento and, primarily, the Chiaromontes played a key role in the commission of the frescoes of the Cathedral, around which developed a lively urban area. The only certain information about the perpetrators of the "maramma" of the cathedral date back to the first half of the fifteenth century, when it was prosecutor Salvatore de Palmerio, rich and discussed class family member of one of the known original chivalrous of Naro.
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationIn dicta ecclesia omni die fit maramma et non est pecunia. Restauri e penuria di fondi nella cattedrale di Agrigento tra il XII e il XV secolo
Pages193-202
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - 2010

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