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          Oldest known city view of 威尼斯 discovered

          Line drawing of 威尼斯

          A researcher from the University of St Andrews has unearthed the oldest known city view of 威尼斯, dating from the 14th century.

          The discovery, by Dr Sandra Toffolo from the School of History, was made during research for her monograph Describing the City, Describing the State. Representations of 威尼斯 and the Venetian Terraferma in the Renaissance, which will be published in early 2020.


          Dr Sandra Toffolo


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          “The discovery of this city view has great consequences for our knowledge of depictions of Venice, since it shows that the city of 威尼斯 already from a very early period held a great fascination for contemporaries.”

          For further information visit Dr Toffolo’s research profile.

          Issued by the University of St Andrews Communications Office.


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          3 thoughts on "Oldest known city view of 威尼斯 discovered"

          1. Michael Waters 说:

            I find this article very disingenuous. This manuscript has been known since it was published by Kathryn Moore in 2009, a decade before Dr Toffolo claims to have “discovered” it.

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