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Book: The Archaeology of Stari Bar

Chapter: 4. The Fashioning of a Venetian Colony

DOI: 10.1558/equinox.24859


Chapter 4 discusses the transformation of the city under Venetian rule, a moment when the city achieved a very precise physiognomy, being endowed by powerful city walls and characterized by the presence of a series of Venetian type architectural forms. This 'Venetian' fashion is also reproduced in various components of the city's and regions' material culture, such as domestic items like glass and pottery.

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