Landscape and Identity in Early Modern Rome: Villa Culture at Frascati under the Borghese Eraby Tracy L. Ehrlich
Pub. Date: 10/14/2002
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Demonstrates how architecture and landscape forge the identity of a Roman noble house. See more details below
Demonstrates how architecture and landscape forge the identity of a Roman noble house.
Table of ContentsPart I. The Roman Setting: 1. Papacy and aristocracy; 2. The Borghese; Part II. Frascati in the Renaissance: Tusculo Restituto: 3. The revival of villeggiatura in the Farnese era; 4. The first papal villas; Part III. Frascati in its Heyday: the Borghese at the Villa Mondragone: 5. Architecture and ceremony; 6. Otium cum negotium; Part IV. Land, Landscape, and Family Lore: 7. An agricultural enterprise; 8. A dynastic seat; 9. Land into landscape.
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