St. Donat and Alcuin's Acrostics: Case Studies in Carolingian Modulation
Art historian Rozmeri Basic examines a modular way of thinking as a point of departure for the analysis of selected examples of architecture and literature, revealing that the church of St. Donat in Zadar, Croatia, and Alcuin's acrostics share some common principles of form.
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