Objects & Places from Brunelleschi's Dome: How a Renaissance Genius Reinvented Architecture

Ross King
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Santa Maria del Fiore

This was a cathedral that took over one hundred years to build and had an architecturally complicated dome.

Florence

This city in Italy was established by Lucius Cornelius Sulla during the height of the Roman Republic.

Palazzo Vecchio

This was a town hall in the 1300s.

Florence Cathedral's Campanile

This is an impressive 280-foot tower designed by the painter Gioto and completed in 1359 after more than two decades of work.

Baptistry of San Giovanni

The competition to build bronze doors for this place played a pivotal role in Filippo Brunelleschi's career.

Rome

This is where Filippo Brunelleschi lived on and off for 13 years.

The Domus Aurea, or the Golden House of Nero

This place inspired Filippo in his creation of a special dome.

Pantheon

This is a place in Rome that has a large dome with no supporting beams.

Santa Reparata

This cathedral was...

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