When the Protestant Queen Anne was succeeded by the unpopular Hanoverian George I in 1714, James III was still unmarried and had no children, so Stuardo hoped that James might recognise him as the Jacobite heir.
When James married and had two sons, Stuardo hoped that his cousin would at least receive him as a Stuart prince.
By looking at his plan of the ‘porticho del Champitolio’, it is possible to reconstruct not only what Francesco di Giorgio saw on the Monte Tarpeo, but also what Poggio Bracciolini, Flavio Biondo, Pietro del Massaio and others saw there.
It was apparently a notable site, an evocative ruin worthy of commentary, artistic representation, and imaginative reconstruction. Houghton Virgil’s poetry has frequently appeared in illustrated editions, and regularly has provided subjects for other works of art, including some of the most celebrated masterpieces of the western tradition.
Particular attention is given to the way Catherine was represented before and after her canonization in 1461.
This explains why a relief attributed to Donatello that has been associated with her tomb may date 1430, while a figure of the saint by an artist close to Isaia of Pisa was made c. The paper also examines the consequences of placing the tomb under the altar of the Capranica Chapel in 1579, and of moving the monument under the high altar of the church in 1855, when Santa Maria sopra Minerva was restored according to neo-gothic principles.Although his father was illegitimate and he himself a Catholic, Stuardo hoped that he might one day become King of England.The Glorious Revolution resulted in opposition between supporters of the Protestant Succession to the British thrones and supporters of the exiled Catholic Stuarts, James II and then his son James III.Nonetheless, Francesco di Giorgio unwittingly documented the last standing columns of the Temple of Jupiter Optimus Maximus. Stuart and Stuardo: James III and his Naepolitan cousin pp.221–244 Edward Corp King Charles II’s first illegitimate son, the little known Jacques de La Cloche, married a lady in Naples and had a posthumous son, born in 1669 and known as Don Giacomo Stuardo.The objective of this study is to use this varied evidence to contribute to our understanding of the archaeological and topographical development of this area, through an analysis of the different periods in which this burial ground was utilized.(Article in Italian) in Roman society, and argues that the often hostile views of the aristocracy have led to the continued marginalisation of this prominent group within scholarly discussions of religion and society.Each phase of her tomb shows how Catherine has been venerated from 1380 until the present.What Francesco di Giorgio saw on the Capitoline Hill 1470.Grooming the hair sat under that difficult umbrella term, , which related to all manner of adornment and refinement.A key question for the study of ancient popular culture is whether it is possible to see through this largely élite literary construction and discern something of the underlying realities of everyday life.