Thursday, July 11, 2013

Interactive Map updates

Our Interactive Map of Medieval Naples has now logged over 59,000 views; and we continue to update and revise it. Our latest update includes new information on the late ancient and medieval port, the Byzantine baths at Sta. Chiara, revisions to the ancient and early medieval shoreline, and a few new images for our linked Naples image galleries.

Several of these changes are in response to Paul Arthur's positive and thoughtful review of Caroline Bruzelius and William Tronzo's Medieval Naples: An Architectural and Urban History in Speculum 88.1 (January 2013) and to update information just published in Ronald G. Musto's Medieval Naples: A Documentary History 400-1400.

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