By Paula Lieber Gerson
According to papers provided at a symposium held in 1981 on the Cloisters
(in conjunction with an exhibition entitled The Royal Abbey of Saint-Denis
in the time of Abbot Suger (1122-1151) and at Columbia University,
sponsored through the foreign heart for Medieval paintings and the Medieval and Renaissance
Interdisciplinary stories Committee of Columbia collage.
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9 The content of the oration, lacking in Pius’s account, is readily imagined. Of immediate importance was Trajan’s Spanish origins and responsibility for constructing the artificial harbor perpetuated in the city’s name, Porto. Carvajal would have passed to the reputation of the emperor for beneficent rule and military achievement, which was recognized with exceptional honors in his own day and in the Christian era. The Roman Senate honored him with the title Optimus Princeps and permitted his burial within the sacred boundaries of the city.
Harvard Art Museums / Fogg Museum, Gift of Belinda L. Randall from the collection of John Witt Randall, R11053. Photo: Imaging Department © President and Fellows of Harvard College. was responsible for accomplishing that program, first as representative of Pedro González de Mendoza, titular cardinal of the basilica (1478–95), and thereafter in his own name. 2 Arriving in Rome in 1482, Carvajal received a ready welcome. 4 After Pedro de Mendoza died in January 1495, Carvajal succeeded him as titular of the basilica and pursued additional renovations right up to his own death in December 1523.
Xxxiii XVI. Tempietto, crypt. Photo courtesy of Alessandro Vasari. xxxiv XVII. Tempietto, crypt. View to left of altar. Photo courtesy of Alessandro Vasari. xxxv XVIII. Tempietto, crypt. Entrance with light shaft. Photo courtesy of Alessandro Vasari. xxxvi XIX. Tempietto, crypt. Light shaft. Photo courtesy of Marcello Leotta. xxxvii XX. Tempietto, crypt. Vault. Photo courtesy of Alessandro Vasari. xxxviii XXI. Tempietto, crypt. Pavement and central aperture seen from altar. Photo courtesy of Alessandro Vasari.
Abbot Suger and Saint-Denis: A symposium by Paula Lieber Gerson