The "Piero Project" began when Marilyn came to the Computer Lab I managed at Princeton University in 1988 and requested a technology-guided solution to showing the "narrative disposition" of long fresco and mosaic cycles in Italian churches of the Middle Ages and Renaissance. She was just completing her large-scale study of these cycles, some of which numbered as many as twenty or thirty scenes in a sequence. She had created a computer database of nearly 250 examples dating between 431 and 1600 CE and it had become clear that traditional photographs and diagrams were not going to be adequate to illustrate her topic... [This is a chapter excerpted from "Medieval Renaissance Baroque: A Cat's Cradle for Marilyn Aronberg Lavin," edited by David A. Levine and Jack Freiberg (Italica Press, New York, 2010).]
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