Leon Battista Alberti, Part 2
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In 1447, When Nicholas V became the Pope, he appointed Leon Battista Alberti as the architectural advisor.
architectural advisor?! YAY
In 1450, the unfinished Malatesta temple (Tempio Malatestiano) was the first building that Leon Battista Alberti designed and attempted to construct based on his architectural principals.
In 1450, Alberi wrote De Re Aedificatoria
In 1452, he completed De re aedificatoria, a treatise on architecture, using as its basis the work of Vitruvius and influenced by the archaeological remains of Rome.
In 1472, he died on April 25, in Rome at the age of 72.
In 1482, De re aedificatoria, was published.
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