The dramatic and ever-changing history of northern central Italy in the Middle Ages engendered an architecture of great variety and richness, from splended cathedrals to humbler houses in still-existent medieval quarters. Anthony McIntyre outlines the historical context from which the different architectural styles developed - Romanesque and Gothic, religious or secular - between the 11th and 14th century.
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