The monastery of Sant’Ilario was one of the most prestigious and ancient religious institutions of Early Medieval Venice. It was founded in the dawn of Venice’s history and it was the site of many ducal burials during the Early Middle Ages. Its importance is clear, even if considering only the circumstances of its foundation: about ten years after the moving of the capital from Malamocco to Rivo Alto, the Doges Giustiniano and Agnello Partecipazio allowed the monks of San Servolo, an island south of Venice, to move to a more suitable place.

Time travelling. Multidisciplinary solutions to reveal historical landscape and settlements (the case study of Sant'Ilario, Mira, Ve)

Elisa Corro';Cecilia Moine;Sandra Primon
2019

Abstract

The monastery of Sant’Ilario was one of the most prestigious and ancient religious institutions of Early Medieval Venice. It was founded in the dawn of Venice’s history and it was the site of many ducal burials during the Early Middle Ages. Its importance is clear, even if considering only the circumstances of its foundation: about ten years after the moving of the capital from Malamocco to Rivo Alto, the Doges Giustiniano and Agnello Partecipazio allowed the monks of San Servolo, an island south of Venice, to move to a more suitable place.
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