HALTADEFINIZIONE® at the exhibition "The Codex Maimonide and the Norsas"
An exhibition organized by Gino Famiglietti and Salvatore Settis at the Archivio di Stato in Rome.
The exhibition in Rome gives visitors the possibility to admire a selection of high-value medieval manuscripts: the Codex Maimonides, written in 1349, is the most important artwork on display. It is an illuminated book containing the translation from Arabic to Hebrew of the work by Mosès Maimonides (1138-1204), philosopher, medical doctor and jurist, one of the most esteemed Jewish intellectuals of the Middle Ages.
HALTADEFINIZIONE® has faithfully reproduced the Madonna della Vittoria by Mantegna. Today it is held in the Louvre Museum and was previously seen in the Church of Santa Maria della Vittoria in Mantua. This faithful reproduction of the painting is a perfect match for the precious codexes in the exposition, given its history involving the Norsa family and Francesco II Gonzaga, Marquis of Mantua.
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