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Title: The influence of Italian mannerism upon Maltese architecture
Authors: Hughes, James Quentin
Keywords: Architecture -- Malta -- History
Cassar, Girolamo, 1520-1592
Architecture -- Italy -- History
Renaissance -- Italy
St John’s Co-Cathedral (Valletta, Malta)
Valletta (Malta) -- Buildings, structures, etc.
Issue Date: 1953
Publisher: Malta Historical Society
Citation: Hughes, J.Q. (1953). The influence of Italian mannerism upon Maltese architecture. Melita Historica, 1(2), 104-116.
Abstract: English architect James Quentin Hughes discusses the integration of Italian architecture, whose roots lie in the Renaissance, with Maltese architecture. He talks about the history of different styles of architecture and how they eventually made their way to the Maltese islands.
Appears in Collections:MH, Volume 1, No. 2 (1952)
MH, Volume 1, No. 2 (1952)

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