The power and the glorification : papal pretensions and the art of propaganda in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries /
"Studies the propagandistic and political features of five prominent series of frescoes originating in papal Rome in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. Discusses the manipulation of historical events for propagandistic purposes, the importance of inscriptions in controlling interpretation, and t...
|Main Author:||Jong, Jan L. de.|
University Park, Pa. :
Pennsylvania State University Press,