The Temple of Venus and Rome and Santa Francesca Romana at the Roman Forum: Preservation and Transfo

The First Architecture: From the Velia to the Vestibule of the Golden House of NeroThe Primitive Landscape: The Roman Forum and the Velia hillThe First Settlements in the Roman ForumThe Etruscan MarkThe Velia From Republican to Imperial RomeAugustus and the Giulio Claudia DynastyNero’s Urban Project: From the Domus Transitoria to the Domus AureaThe Place Transformed: The Temple of Venus and Rome of HadrianFlavian ArchitectureHellenism, Mithraism and the Eleusinian MysteriesHadrian, Architect of the Urbs: Conservation and Innovation of the Classical TempleThe Temple of Venus and RomeThe Fortune of the Temple After Hadrian: The Antonines and Maxentius’s Intervention After the Fire of ad 283Decadence, Destruction and Recovery of the Place: The Churches of Ss. Peter and Paul and S. Maria Nova and Alexander IIIFrom Pagan to ChristianThe Constantinian BasilicasByzantine Rome, Rome in RuinsHonorius I and the Expolio of the Temple of Venus and RomeThe Church of Ss. Peter and PaulSanta Maria Nova From Ninth to Fourteenth CenturiesThe Frangipane RoccaCultural Renaissance: The Work of Alexander III and the ‘International Style’The Gothic Intervention of Honorius IIICivitas and Delimitation of Space: The First MonasteryArchitectural Preservation and Transformation, Patronage and Innovation: The Olivetan Benedictine Monks, Carlo Lambardi and Gianlorenzo BerniniThe Olivetans in Santa Maria Nova and the Regeneration of the PlaceSanta Francesca Romana and S. Maria NovaThe First Renaissance in Rome and the Tridentine Reforms in Santa Maria NovaThe Canonization of S. Francesca Romana and the Transformation of the Church (1612–14)The New Urban Dimension of the Church: The Facade of S. Francesca Romana (1614–15)Bernini’s ConfessioneThe Monastery and “L’universale ristabilimento” of the Middle of the Eighteenth CenturyThe New Conservation Ideology: Giuseppe Valadier and Giuseppe CamporeseThe End of the Seventeenth Century: A New Architectural AwarenessThe Changes at the End of the Roman Settecento: Archaeology, Conservation and the Taste for the AncientNapoleonic Rome: Looting, Count of Tournon’s Program and the Archaeological ParkDemolition and Reintegration of the Monastery of Santa Maria NovaThe Arch of Titus . . . or the Arch of Pius?The Love for the Ruins and The Grand TourArchitectural Conservation in the Second Half of the Nineteenth-Century: Restoration Versus ConservationThe Transformations for Roma Capitale and the Monumental Complex at the End of the Nineteenth CenturyThe First Vienna School, Alois Riegl and the KunstwollenConservation and Architectural Project: Giacomo Boni as Pioneer of the ‘Critical Conservation’Giacomo Boni: ‘The Method’, Instruments and EducationBoni, Ruskin, Webb and SPABThe Innovation in the Conservation of the Cloister of the Monastery of Santa Maria Nova: From ‘com’era, dov’era’ to Scientific ‘Stratigraphic Architectural Conservation Design’Giovannoni and Mussolini: Romanità and ModernityThe Via dell’Impero and the Destruction of the VeliaThe Restoration of the Temple of Venus and Rome and the Athens and Italian Conservation ChartersTheory of Conservation: Cesare Brandi on Painting, Sculpture and . . . Architecture?Boni, Cirilli, Scarpa, Brandi and VenturiThe Roman School of Conservation, the ‘Critical Conservation’Rebuilding the Velia: Reflections on Architectural and Urban Conservation in the Second Half of the Twentieth CenturyOld and New: The Contemporary DiscourseThe Continuous ArchitectureThe Skilful Conservation of the Architectural IdeaThe Conservation Project as Preservation and Transformation of Pre-existencesConclusionList of Abbreviations
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