Compostela and Europe: The History of Diego Gelmirez : The Story of Diego Gelmirez
A fascinating journey through the history of one of Europe's benchmark Romanesque cities. The international nature of Santiago de Compostela cannot be understood without the figure of Diego Gelmirez (1070-1140). His long life was the definitive move forward for Santiago which led to its being one of Europe's benchmark Romanesque cities. Through the authors' new critical approaches and the reproductions of historical memoirs never shown before, this publication draws original political, economic and cultural maps of Romanesque Europe.
- Hardback | 432 pages
- 246 x 288 x 36mm | 2,521.96g
- 02 Nov 2010
- Milan, Italy
- 350 illustrations, 250 in colour
About Manuel Castineiras
Manuel Castiñeiras is Director of the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, Barcelona. Quitterie Cazes is Professor of Medieval Art. Klaus Herbers is Chair of Medieval History at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität, Erlangen-Nuremberg. Fernando Lopez Alsina is Chair of Medieval History and Ramón Villares is Chair of Contemporary History at Universidad de Santiago. Arturo Carlo Quintavalle is Professor of History of Medieval Art. Adeline Rucquoi is Director at Centre de Recherches Historiques, Paris. Alison Stones and John Williams are Professors of Medieval Art at University of Pittsburgh.