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ID: 700000163Record Type: Built Work
San Lorenzo (church (building); Brunelleschi, Filippo (Italian architect, sculptor, 1377-144...; begun 1421)
Note: Large church located at the center of the main market district of Florence. Noted as the burial place of several of the Medici family, from Cosimo il Vecchio to Cosimo III. Founded in 393, rebuilt in 11th century; current structure dates to 15th century.
Titles:
San Lorenzo (preferred,C,U,undetermined,U,U)
S. Lorenzo (C,U,undetermined,U,U)
Basilica di San Lorenzo (C,U,undetermined,U,U)
Catalog Level: item
Work Types:
church (building) [300007466] (preferred)
..... (Objects Facet, Built Environment (Hierarchy Name), Single Built Works (Hierarchy Name), single built works (built environment), <single built works by specific type>, <single built works by function>, ceremonial structures, religious structures, religious buildings)
basilica [300170443]
..... (Objects Facet, Built Environment (Hierarchy Name), Single Built Works (Hierarchy Name), single built works (built environment), <single built works by specific type>, <single built works by form>, <single built works by form: massing or shape>)

Classifications:
architecture (preferred)
Italian art

Creation Date: begun 1421

Creator Display:
Brunelleschi, Filippo (Italian architect, sculptor, 1377-1446); completed after his death [preferred,VP]
architect Brunelleschi, Filippo (Italian architect and sculptor, 1377-1446) [500018169]
Locations:
Firenze [7000457] Firenze province (province), Tuscany (region (administrative division)), Italy (nation), Europe (continent), World (facet) (Geographic)
Address Note: 43.7749°N; 11.2539°E
Display Materials: Carrara marble, brick, and other stone
Carrara marble [300011576]
.......(Materials Facet, Materials (Hierarchy Name), materials (matter), <materials by composition>, inorganic material, rock, metamorphic rock, marble (rock), <marble by color or pattern>, white marble)
brick (clay product) [300010463]
.......(Materials Facet, Materials (Hierarchy Name), materials (matter), <materials by composition>, inorganic material, clay, clay products)
stone (worked rock) [300011176]
.......(Materials Facet, Materials (Hierarchy Name), materials (matter), <materials by composition>, inorganic material, rock, <rock by form>)

Dimensions: not available
Cultures:
Italian (preferred)

Style/Period/Group/Movement:
Renaissance [300021140] (preferred,N/A)
.....(Styles and Periods Facet, Styles and Periods, <styles| periods| and cultures by region>, European, <European styles and periods>, <Renaissance-Baroque styles and periods>)

General Subject:
architecture (preferred )

Specific Subjects:
Lawrence, Saint
..... Iconography Candidate
monastic church (building) [300007519]
.....(Objects Facet, Built Environment (Hierarchy Name), Single Built Works (Hierarchy Name), single built works (built environment), <single built works by specific type>, <single built works by function>, ceremonial structures, religious structures, religious buildings, churches (buildings), <church buildings by location or context>) (AAT)
church (institution) [300312247]
.....(Agents Facet, Organizations (Hierarchy Name), organizations (groups), institutions (organizations), <institutions by activity>, religious institutions) (AAT)

Related Works:
depicted in .... Wooden Model for the Façade of San Lorenzo, Florence [700000162]
..........(model (representation); Michelangelo Buonarroti (Italian, 1475-1564) ; completed 1555; Museo della Casa Buonarroti (Florence, Firenze province, Tuscany, Italy); unavailable)

List/Hierarchical Position:
..... Top of the CONA hierarchy
.......... Built Work
Sources and Contributors:
San Lorenzo........ [VP]
........ Millon and Smyth, Michelangelo Architect (1988)
........ Fletcher, History of Architecture (1975)
S. Lorenzo........ [VP]
........ Fletcher, History of Architecture (1987) 886
Basilica di San Lorenzo........ [GRISC,VP]
........ GRI Special Collections Finding Aids databases (2012-)
........ Fletcher, History of Architecture (1996)
Subject: ....... [VP,GRISC]
....................... Millon and Smyth, Michelangelo Architect (1988)
....................... Fletcher, History of Architecture (1987)
Note:
English ..... [VP]
..... Fletcher, History of Architecture (1975)
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