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Published: Građevinar 71 (2019) 1
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Spatial development of the St. Michael Castle on the island of Ugljan

Katja Marasović, Vidović Rea

Abstract

In 1203, the Venetians built a fort on the island of Ugljan, above the town of Preko, opposite to the city of Zadar, so as to prevent reconstruction of the city demolished by the Crusaders. Based on scientific analysis of published papers, historical sources, and traces visible on the structure, the authors reveal new findings about the construction and transformation of St. Michael’s Fort, while also presenting spatial reconstructions of the fort in characteristic historical phases.

Keywords
fort, fortification, Venetians, St. Michael, Ugljan

HOW TO CITE THIS ARTICLE:

Marasović, K., Rea, V.: Spatial development of the St. Michael Castle on the island of Ugljan, GRAĐEVINAR, 71 (2019) 1, pp. 33-43, doi: https://doi.org/10.14256/JCE.2202.2017

OR:

Marasović, K., Rea, V. (2019). Spatial development of the St. Michael Castle on the island of Ugljan, GRAĐEVINAR, 71 (1), 33-43, doi: https://doi.org/10.14256/JCE.2202.2017

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Authors:
KATJA MARASOVIC3
Katja Marasović
Rea Gradevinar WEB
Vidović Rea