San Constanza, Rome; tomb of Galla Placida and tomb of Theodoric, Ravenna: plans, sections and perspectives
|View||Plan | Exterior | Interior|
|Library Reference||SR 72.03//FLE|
|Subject||Tombs ; Churches ; Mausoleums|
SOURCE: Sir Banister Flight Fletcher (revised by R. A. Cordingly). A History of architecture on the comparative method, 17th ed. (London: Athlone Press, 1961), p.296 NOTES: San Constanza was erected in 330 AD by the emperor Constantine as a mausoleum to his daughter Constantia. It was converted into a church in 1256. The tomb of Galla Placida, Ravenna dates from 420 AD and the tomb of Theodoric, Ravenna, dates from 530 AD.
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