This event occurs weekly, on Monday.
Venice & the Islamic World
From 828 when Venetian Merchants stole the relics of St. Mark from Alexandria to the fall of the Serene Republic of Venice to Napoleon in 1797, Venice was the frontier between Europe and Islam. Her painters and architects were profoundly influenced by the textiles, buildings, and technological developments of the Islamic world, and we will study outstanding examples of this cross-cultural development.
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