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(részletek)1486 | Publication
The publication and translation of Vitruvius gave rise to many attempts at reconstituting his description of a theatre.
(részletek)1511 | Giocondo's reconstruction
Edition by Giovanni Giocondo, printed in Venice.
(részletek)1521 | Cesariano's reconstruction
Cesare di Lorenzo Cesariano translated the book into Italian with his reconstructions of the Vitruvius description. Cesariano's reconstruction of a Roman theatre was based on the description by Vitruvius. The exterior is roughly correct: a semi-circle of three storeys with open arches. But Cesariano imagined the interior to be divided into parterre and galleries, as in the courtyards that he probably knew in Italy.
(részletek)1545 | Serlio's reconstruction
Seven Books on Architecture, Book II. "On Perspective" by Sebastiano Serlio deals with Roman architecture and perspective, and contains three theatrical scenes (comic, tragic, and satiric) and a stage plan and cross section which were highly influential in Renaissance theatre.
(részletek)50. 's 16. század | Barbaro's reconstruction

(1556) An Italian translation with extended commentary of Vitruvius' Ten Books of Architecture, published as Dieci libri dell'architettura di M. Vitruvio. The work was dedicated to Cardinal Ippolito II d'Este, patron of the Villa d'Este at Tivoli.

 

(1567) He later published a Latin edition entitled M. Vitruvii de architectura. The original illustrations of Vitruvius' work have not survived, and Barbaro's illustrations were done specially by Andrea Palladio. As well as being important as a discussion of architecture, Barbaro's commentary was a contribution to the field of aesthetics in general. El Greco, for example, owned a copy. Earlier translations had been made, by Fra Giovanni and Como, but this work was considered the most accurate version to date. Barbaro clearly explained some of the more technical sections and discussed the relationship between nature and architecture, though he also acknowledged the way Palladio's theoretical and archeological expertise contributed to the work.

IN: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniele_Barbaro


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Vitruvius 1486-ban megjelent De architectura című tanulmánykötete számtalan díszletkészítő művészt ihletett meg. Megpróbálták a római kori színpad hagyományait feléleszteni a gyakorlatban. A pódium mögött függönnyel ellátott különböző típusú mansion-pódium sorakozott fel. Minden bejáratnál olvasható volt a szereplő neve. A képen „Terentius színpada” látható, a darabot illusztráló kiadásból.

 

 

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