Medieval Naples
An Architectural
& Urban History
400–1400

by Caroline Bruzelius
& William Tronzo

List of Illustrations
vi
Preface
by Ronald G. Musto
ix
Chapter 1: Naples in the Early Middle Ages
by William Tronzo
1
“Portusque et litora mundi hospita”:
The Material Form of the Early Medieval City
1
Catacombs
12
Sta. Restituta and the Stefania
24
San Giovanni in Fonte
32
The Early Development of the Medieval City
41
Chapter 2: Naples in the High & Late Middle Ages
by Caroline Bruzelius
49
Religious Foundations and Urban Topography
49
The Patronage of Pious Confraternities, the Angevins and the Churches of the Friars
62
Tuscan Artists in Naples
80
Naples Becomes a Capital
84
The Angevin Reconfiguration of the City
98
Bibliography
115
General and Multiperiod
115
Late Antiquity
117
The Ducal Period
118
The Normans
118
The Hohenstaufen
119
The Angevins
119
Online Resources
124
Appendices
Tavola Strozzi
126
Map of Medieval Naples
128
Alphabetical Key to Map with Thumbnail Images
130
Index
135




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