Dalmatia Praeromanica: Early Medevial Architecture in Dalmatia

Dalmatia Praeromanica: Early Medevial Architecture in Dalmatia

Autor: Tomislav MarasovićUrednik: Nenad Cambi
Publisher: Književni krug Split, Muzej hrvatskih arheoloških spomenika; Arhitektonski fakultet Sveučilišta u ZagrebuMjesto izdanja: Zagreb, SplitGodina izdanja: 2013ISBN: 978-953-6229-94-9
Katedra za teoriju i povijest arhitekture
The book entitled Dalmatia Praeromanica: Early Medevial Architecture in Dalmatia; 4th volume on architecture: South Dalmatia, Bosania and Herzegovina, Monte Negro is the final of four-volume set on Pre-Romanesque and Early Romanesque built heritage of Dalmatia.The entire edition is the first comprehensive synthesis of all aspects of topical borders of Dalmatia as well as an in-depth analysis of its areas. It has been written by one of the most eminent contemporary Croatian architectural historians, prof. emeritus Tomislav Marasović, Ph.D. who deserves due credit for his continuous built heritage and thus holds a prominent place in the history of Croatian architectural and cultural scientific research. This is book is undoubtedly an outstanding work on Pre-Romanesque period in Dalmatia and a comprehensive guide into a vast segment of its built heritage. The edition is intended for a wide professional audience proving them with creative inspiration for their future.