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The imperial abbey of Farfa

architectural currents of the early Middle Ages

by Charles B. McClendon

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Published by Yale University Press in New Haven .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Farfa (Italy),
  • Italy,
  • Farfa.
    • Subjects:
    • Abbey of Farfa,
    • Architecture, Carolingian -- Italy -- Farfa,
    • Architecture, Romanesque -- Italy -- Farfa,
    • Architecture, Medieval -- Italy -- Farfa,
    • Farfa (Italy) -- Buildings, structures, etc

    • Edition Notes

      StatementCharles B. McClendon.
      SeriesYale publications in the history of art ;, 36
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNA5621.F359 M3 1987
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 197 p., 138 p. of plates :
      Number of Pages197
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2710750M
      ISBN 100300033338
      LC Control Number86003466

      The Imperial Abbey of Farfa: Architectural Currents of the Early Middle Ages. Yale University Press, McClendon,Charles. Rome and the Provinces: Studies in the Transformation of Art and Architecture in the Mediterranean World. New Haven Society of Archaeological Institute of A, royal abbey at Farfa, in the near vicinity of the seat of the papacy. In the follow-ing centuries the shifting fortunes of imperial and ecclesiastical power affected the situation of Farfa, so that at different times in the early middle ages (the period emphasized in this book) it experienced both lavish patronage and abandonment and devastation.

      The Linked Data Service provides access to commonly found standards and vocabularies promulgated by the Library of Congress. This includes data values and the controlled vocabularies that house them. Datasets available include LCSH, BIBFRAME, LC Name Authorities, LC Classification, MARC codes, PREMIS vocabularies, ISO language codes, and more. A MONASTIC DEATH RITUAL FROM THE IMPERIAL ABBEY OF FARFA 59 cific passages.8 A distinctively Cluniac feature of the Farfa ritual is the instruction that at the moment of death, the board is struck and all the brothers convene to sing the Credo.9 Another element that may be particular.

      This book by Charles B. McClendon is unique in combining an assessment of Farfa's place in the overall development of medieval architecture with an analysis of the abbey's historical role. McClendon has based his study on a detailed architectural survey of the medieval abbey church and on the extensive excavations of the site carried out under. Susan Boynton, Shaping a Monastic Identity: Liturgy and History at the Imperial Abbey of Farfa, (Ithaca, NY, and London, ), , and Susan Boynton, "The Uses of the Liber Tramitis.


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The Benedictine abbey of Farfa was one of the most important monastic centers of medieval Europe. As an imperial establishment, patronize and protected by Charlemagne and his successors yet situated only thirty miles northeast of Rome, Farfa was often found at the center of events involving the papacy and the Empire.

During the eleventh and early twelfth centuries, the imperial abbey of Farfa was one of the most powerful institutions on the Italian peninsula. In this period many of the lands of central Italy fell under its sway, and it enjoyed the protection of the emperor until the s, when it passed gradually into the control of the papacy.

At the same time, the monastery was an influential religious 4/5(1). Imperial ties and internal conflicts led to Farfa's loss of liberties and dependency upon the papacy. The book both depicts the competition between the empire and the papacy, and charts Farfa's losing struggle to maintain Benedictine standards and Cited by: The Benedictine abbey of Farfa was one of the most important monastic centers of medieval Europe.

As an imperial establishment, patronize and protected by Charlemagne and his successors yet situated only thirty miles northeast of Rome, Farfa was often found at. The Imperial Abbey of Farfa: Architectural Currents of the Early Middle Ages (Yale Publications in the History of Art) by McClendon, Charles and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Get this from a library.

The medieval Abbey of Farfa: target of papal and imperial ambitions. [Mary Stroll] -- "This is the first comprehensive study in English about the medieval imperial abbey of Farfa, which played a key role in the period of ecclesiastical reform, beginning in the mid-eleventh century.

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"CHAPTER EIGHTEEN: FREDERICK BARBAROSSA AND THE TWILIGHT OF FARFA" published on 01 Jan by Brill. During the eleventh and early twelfth centuries, the imperial abbey of Farfa was one of the most powerful institutions on the Italian peninsula.

In this period many of the lands of central Italy fell under its sway, and it enjoyed the protection of the emperor until the s, when it passed gradually into the control of the by: Princely abbeys and imperial abbeys. The distinction between a princely abbey and an imperial abbey was related to the status of the abbot: while both prince-abbots and the more numerous imperial abbots sat on the ecclesiastical bench of the College of ruling princes of the Imperial Diet, prince-abbots cast an individual vote while imperial abbots cast only a curial (collective) vote alongside.

Book Review: Shaping a Monastic Identity: Liturgy and History at the Imperial Abbey of Farfa, — by Susan Boynton.

Charles B. McClendon is professor and chair, department of fine arts, Brandeis University. He is the author of The Imperial Abbey of Farfa: Architectural Currents of the Early Middle Ages, published by Yale University Press.

"The Origins of Medieval Architecture fills a significant gap in every architectural history collection. Boynton has published seven books. The first, Shaping a Monastic Identity: Liturgy and History at the Imperial Abbey of Farfa, (), won the Lewis Lockwood Award of the American Musicological Society.

This is the first comprehensive study in English about the medieval imperial abbey of Farfa, which played a key role in the Papal Patrimony and in the competition between the Empire and the Papacy.

In her book, Shaping a Monastic Identity: Liturgy and History at the Imperial Abbey of Farfa,the author examines one of the most powerful institutions on the Italian peninsula during the eleventh and early twelfth centuries.

During this time, the Abbey of Farfa came to hold power over many of the lands of central Italy. The Medieval Abbey Of Farfa.- Target of Papal and Imperial Ambitions, By Mary StrOll. [Brill's Studies in Intellectual History, Volume 74] (Leiden: Brill.

xiii, ) Throughout the book the author follows closely primary source materials found in Farfa, and although at times the book reads a bit like a summary of Gregory of.

The Abbey of Farfa is a very fascinating place, full of peacefulness and simplicity, as simple as the Benedectine monks who live in its profound spiritual atmosphere. Their ordinary life is devoted to God and the Holy Virgin Mary. In the Abbey was declared national monument for. Shaping a Monastic Identity: Liturgy and History at the Imperial Abbey of Farfa, By Susan Boynton.

[Conjunctions of Religion and Power in the Medieval Past.] (Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press. xiv, ; 8-page color insert.

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Download Shaping A Monastic Identity books, During the eleventh and early twelfth centuries, the imperial abbey of Farfa was one of the most powerful institutions on the Italian peninsula. Calixtus II () transformed the orientation of the papacy by signing the Concordat of Worms with the emperor, Henry V, inresolving the conflict over imperial investiture of bishops.

As the tough-minded archbishop of Vienne, he had opposed the emperor and anyone else who stood in his way. As pope, he aggressively promoted the authority of the papacy, but suffered defeat in South.The Abbey of Farfa.

St. Lawrence Siro is considered the first founder of Farfa. After arriving in Italy from Syria with a group of monks, he settled first near Spoleto and then moved onto Sabina preaching the Gospel and performing numerous miracles. Torwards the end of his I if e he decided to settle in the valley of the river Farfa and on Mount Acuziano, not far from the ruins of a Roman.

NESTLED in the Sabine hills 30 miles north of Rome, the Imperial Abbey at Farfa was the most important monastery of the Carolingian period in Italy. Writers of .