Le piazze quadrate ad angoli chiusi nelle città siciliane di fondazione. Alcuni casi di studio

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Abstract

[automatically translated] Of the cities founded in Sicily square between the sixteenth and eighteenth centuries by the baronial class usually accommodates the seat of political and religious power, he revealed itself in the mansion of the founder and the Mother Church, and with its position directs the plot road, which is knitted rule orthogonal. A special case, not widespread in Sicily, is represented by the square with closed corners, crossed the center line of the sides by a cross roads, whose best-known examples can be identified in the streets of Cattolica Eraclea (1610) and Palma di Montechiaro (1637 ), which are analyzed in the text.
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationAtlante delle città fondate in Italia dal tardomedioevo al Novecento. Italia centro-meridionale e insulare
Pages145-154
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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Antista, G. (2013). Le piazze quadrate ad angoli chiusi nelle città siciliane di fondazione. Alcuni casi di studio. In Atlante delle città fondate in Italia dal tardomedioevo al Novecento. Italia centro-meridionale e insulare (pp. 145-154)