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1440s in architecture

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1440s in architecture


  • 1440s - Great Tower of Tattershall Castle, Lincolnshire, England, is probably largely completed.
  • 1440
  • Guildhall, London, is completed.
  • Sidi Yahya Mosque in Timbuktu is completed.
  • 1441
  • The nave of the Church of the Holy Spirit, Heidelberg, Germany (begun in 1410), is completed.
  • Construction of Herstmonceux Castle in England is begun.
  • 1442
  • The Porta della Carta, built by Giovanni and his son Bartolomeo Bon, completes the Doge's Palace, Venice.
  • Chapel of All Souls College, Oxford, consecrated.
  • 1443 - The Castle of Zafra is completed.
  • 1445
  • Church of San Pablo, Valladolid is begun.
  • Palazzo Medici in Florence is begun by Michelozzo.
  • 1446
  • July 25 - The foundation stone of King's College Chapel, Cambridge, England is laid by King Henry VI of England.
  • Approximate date
  • Jama Masjid of Herat in Afghanistan is completed
  • Construction of Palazzo Rucellai in Florence, probably designed by Leon Battista Alberti and executed, at least in part, by Bernardo Rossellino, is begun.
  • Construction of Ockwells Manor in Berkshire, England, is begun.
  • 1446–1450 - Reconstruction of choir of Mont Saint Michel Abbey in Normandy is begun.
  • c. 1447 - Llotja dels Mercaders (Silk Exchange) in Palma, Majorca, designed by Guillem Sagrera, completed.
  • Births

  • c. 1440 - Reginald Bray born in Worcester, England (d. 1503)
  • c. 1443 - Giuliano da Sangallo born in Florence (d. 1516)
  • c. 1444 - Donato Bramante born in Monte Asdrualdo (modern-day Fermignano), Italy (d. 1514)
  • Deaths

  • 1446: April 16 - Filippo Brunelleschi dies in Florence (b. 1377)
  • References

    1440s in architecture Wikipedia

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