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Aristotele Fioravanti

(c. 1415—1486)


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(c. 1415–86).

Bolognese architect and engineer. He worked on many engineering problems in Bologna, Mantua, Venice, Rome, and Naples, and was in the service of the Sforzas in Milan (1458–64). In 1467 he was in Hungary, and spent the last decade of his life in Russia, working on various projects, including the Cathedral of the Dormition (or Assumption), Kremlin, Moscow (1475–9), in the Byzantine style.

Arte Lombarda, xliv–xlv (1976), 35–70, 79–82;Beltrami (1912)


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