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By C. S. Lewis

Sehnsüchtig warten Lucy und Edmund darauf, wieder nach Narnia gerufen zu werden. Und das Wunder geschieht! Gemeinsam mit ihrem schrecklichen Cousin Eustachius Knilch befinden sie sich plötzlich an Bord der"Morgenröte", dem Schiff König Kaspians von Narnia. Gemeinsam sollen sie die verschwundenen sieben Lords finden - eine gefährliche Reise, die sie bis ans Ende der Welt führt.

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C. 1515 The painter Raphael designs the pleasure palace called Villa Madama at Rome. A great age of palace building commences within the city, as the town’s major families and important church officials compete against one another to build ever more imposing structures. 1519 Michelangelo designs the New Sacristy at the Church of San Lorenzo in Florence. The Château de Chambord is begun in France. c. 1520 Antonio da Sangallo, younger brother of Giuliano da Sangallo, receives the commissions for a number of important churches and urban palaces in Florence and Central Italy.

The Medici Palace that Michelozzo designed became the nerve center of the Medici banking and business concerns as well as the family’s domestic residence. At the time the Medici was a family of comparatively new wealth that lacked a noble title. Cosimo de’ Medici consequently wanted to use his new palazzo to project the right image. We know, for instance, that he had originally approached Brunelleschi to design the building, but he rejected the architect’s plans because he felt that they were too ostentatious and elaborate.

1580 Andrea Palladio dies. His last important design is for the Olympian Theater at Vicenza. Wollaton Hall is begun in England. 1583 The Renaissance-styled St. Michael’s Church is begun at Munich. 3 OVERVIEW of Architecture and Design TRADITION AND CHANGE. In 1300 most Europeans lived in cities that resembled fortresses more than the spaces modern people would associate with urban life. Long-standing warfare and insecurity in medieval Europe had caused people to huddle together closely within the confines of towns protected by walls and battlements.

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