Portal of Empire and Wealth: Jacopo Sansovino's Entrance to the Venetian Mint

Johnson, Eugene J.
September 2004
Art Bulletin;Sep2004, Vol. 86 Issue 3, p430
Academic Journal
Explores the building histories and architectural details of the Venetian Zecca or mint designed by Jacopo Sansovino, a premier architect of Venice in the sixteenth century. Examination of the portal's masonry; Description of the foundations of the Zecca; Meanings of the herms located at the entrance of the Zecca.


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