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  • Title: History of Art: Lecture I: Cimabue, Giotto, and Other Italian Masters
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    • 73. Raphael: Pope Julius II. (Uffizi. Florence.)
  • Title: History of Art: Lecture II: Leonardo, Michelangelo and Raphael
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    • instance, under an Alexander VI, a Julius II or a Leo X. If, on the
    • by Pope Julius to decorate the Sistine Chapel, now in a far fuller sense
    • for the monument of Pope Julius; for, in fact, this was never finished,
    • Julius II, whose character undoubtedly contained a certain greatness,
    • the Creation of the World for Pope Julius. We see the dominion of the
    • Gorgias in Rome replaced by Pope Julius, and then by the Medici, Leo
    • X. In this connection we must realise that Pope Julius II, although
    • about Christian Art. Pope Julius, who replaced the political Borgia
    • of spiritual Rome. Of Julius II we must not fail to realise that he
    • and were fundamentally different in spirit from Julius II and even from
    • to feel Pope Alexander VI, or his son Caesar Borgia, or Julius II, as
    • Julius.
    • of St. Peter, according to the desires of Pope Julius. Under the influence
    • from the whole complex which Raphael did for Pope Julius II in order
    • of Popes — Alexander VI, Borgia, Julius II, Leo X, — men
    • was concerned. Julius II was an extraordinary man, inclined to every
    • 101. Pope Julius II. (Uffizi. Florence.)
  • Title: History of Art: Lecture V: Rembrandt
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    • 552. The Banquet of Julius Civilis or The leader of

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