Draughtsman engineers serving the Spanish monarchy in the sixteenth to eighteenth centuries / Alicia Cámara Muñoz (ed.) ; [Texts, Alfonso Muñoz Cosme, José Calvo López, Javier Ortega Vidal, Juan Miguel Muñoz Corbalán, Fernando Cobos, Carlos José Hernando Sánchez, Pablo de la Fuente de Pablo, Consuelo Gómez López, Antonio Bravo Nieto, Sergio Ramírez González, Maurizio Vesco, Annalisa Dameri, Isabelle Warmoes, Emilie D'Orgeix, Margarita-Ana Vázquez-​Manassero, Alicia Cámara, Ana García Serrano, Ángel Castellanos, Jesús López Díaz]

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Editor: [Madrid] : Fundación Juanelo Turriano, 2016
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This volume of the collection Juanelo Turriano Lectures on the history of engineeringcontains the findings of R&D+I research project HAR 2012-31117El dibujante ingeniero al servicio de la monarquía hispánica. Siglos XVI-XVIII (DIMH)[draughtsman engineers serving the Spanish monarchy in the sixteenth to eighteenth centuries], funded by the Spanish Ministry of the Economy and Competitiveness and implemented under the leadership of Alicia Cámara Muñoz, Head of the National Distance University’s (UNED) Art History Department. Authored by project researchers and other specialists, the chapters are grouped under four main sections: «Engineers vs architects, Illustrated design»; «Describing frontiers»; «Dissemination: Custom and form»; and «Digital humanities in the DIMH Project». Key aspects of engineers’ drawings, applied by the court to a number of purposes throughout the three centuries, are addressed under each heading. These illustrations and their authors were used by the crown to glean information on, control and transform cities and territories. The novel focus adopted enhances the understanding of the development, coding and usage of drawing. The participation of historians, art historians, architects and IT engineers attests to the interdisciplinary nature of the project and the changes taking place over the years in the study of images that lie halfway between art and science.

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PREFACE / Alicia Cámara
I. ENGINEERS VS ARCHITECTS, DESIGN DRAWING: 1. Drawing instruments, engineering methods and representation systems in sixteenth through eighteenth centuries fortification design / Alfonso Muñoz Cosme
2. From stonecutting to descriptive geometry. Orthographic projection and military engineering from the Middle Ages to the Enlightenment / José Calvo López
Eighteenth century engineers' and architects' drawings for the "Royal Sites" : survey record and design / Javier Ortega Vidal
4. Military map-making urgency in Early Eighteenth Century Spain. Ordinance of engineers and the Academy of Mathematics / Juan Miguel Muñoz Corbalán
5. Methodology applicable to the graphic analysis of fortification projects / Fernando Cobos
II. DESCRIBING FRONTIERS: 6. Keeping secrets and mapping frontiers: government and image in the Spanish Monarchy / Carlos José Hernando Sánchez
7. Luis Pizaño and his projects for Roses: idea, drawing, and decision / Pablo de la Fuente de Pablo
8. Alliance or defence: military strategy and diplomacy in the Spanish Monarchy's Seventeenth century projects for Western Liguria / Consuelo Gómez López
9. City, war and drawing in the Sisteenth century: from Tripoli to the Moroccan Atlantic / Antonio Bravo Nieto y Sergio Ramírez González
10. Designing the bastion against the turks: Sicily and Malta / Maurizio Vesco
11. Defending a border. Piedmont and Lombardy cities in the first half of the Seventeenth century / Annalisa Dameri
III. DISSEMINATION: CUSTOM AND FORM: 12. The rationalisation and codification ot the cartographic practises of French military engineers under Louis XIV / Isabelle Warmoes
13. The engineer, the royal academies, and the drawing of maps and plans in France in the Early Modern Period / Emilie d'Orgeix
"Looking at the world on two sheets of paper": the image of the orb and mathematics in the education of prince Philip III / Margarita Váquez_Manassero
15. "Tengo gran macchina di cose perr intagliare..." [I have a large collection of things to be engraved...]. The drawing of commander Tiburzio Spannocchi, chief engineer of the kingdoms of Spain / Alicia Cámara
IV. DIGITAL HUMANITIES IN THE DIMH PROJECT: 16. Modelling, access and visualization in the DIMH Spanish project / Ana García Serrano y Ángel Castellanos
17. Future answer to the historian: the current development ot the semantic web in the area of historical archives / Jesús López Díaz
BOOKS PUBLISHED BY FUNDACIÓN JUANELO TURRIANO.

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Published in the framework of R&D+I project HAR 2012-31117, El dibujante ingeniero al servicio de la monarquía hispánica. Siglos XVI-XVIII (DIMH) [draughtsman engineers serving the Spanish monarchy in the sixteenth to eighteenth centuries]. Funded by the Spanish Ministry of the Economy and Competitiveness. Head researcher, Alicia Cámara Muñoz.

Tít. orig. de la serie: Lecciones Juanelo Turriano de Historia de la Ingeniería



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This volume of the collection Juanelo Turriano Lectures on the history of engineeringcontains the findings of R&D+I research project HAR 2012-31117El dibujante ingeniero al servicio de la monarquía hispánica. Siglos XVI-XVIII (DIMH)[draughtsman engineers serving the Spanish monarchy in the sixteenth to eighteenth centuries], funded by the Spanish Ministry of the Economy and Competitiveness and implemented under the leadership of Alicia Cámara Muñoz, Head of the National Distance University’s (UNED) Art History Department. Authored by project researchers and other specialists, the chapters are grouped under four main sections: «Engineers vs architects, Illustrated design»; «Describing frontiers»; «Dissemination: Custom and form»; and «Digital humanities in the DIMH Project». Key aspects of engineers’ drawings, applied by the court to a number of purposes throughout the three centuries, are addressed under each heading. These illustrations and their authors were used by the crown to glean information on, control and transform cities and territories. The novel focus adopted enhances the understanding of the development, coding and usage of drawing. The participation of historians, art historians, architects and IT engineers attests to the interdisciplinary nature of the project and the changes taking place over the years in the study of images that lie halfway between art and science.

Tabla de Contenidos

PREFACE / Alicia Cámara
I. ENGINEERS VS ARCHITECTS, DESIGN DRAWING: 1. Drawing instruments, engineering methods and representation systems in sixteenth through eighteenth centuries fortification design / Alfonso Muñoz Cosme
2. From stonecutting to descriptive geometry. Orthographic projection and military engineering from the Middle Ages to the Enlightenment / José Calvo López
Eighteenth century engineers' and architects' drawings for the "Royal Sites" : survey record and design / Javier Ortega Vidal
4. Military map-making urgency in Early Eighteenth Century Spain. Ordinance of engineers and the Academy of Mathematics / Juan Miguel Muñoz Corbalán
5. Methodology applicable to the graphic analysis of fortification projects / Fernando Cobos
II. DESCRIBING FRONTIERS: 6. Keeping secrets and mapping frontiers: government and image in the Spanish Monarchy / Carlos José Hernando Sánchez
7. Luis Pizaño and his projects for Roses: idea, drawing, and decision / Pablo de la Fuente de Pablo
8. Alliance or defence: military strategy and diplomacy in the Spanish Monarchy's Seventeenth century projects for Western Liguria / Consuelo Gómez López
9. City, war and drawing in the Sisteenth century: from Tripoli to the Moroccan Atlantic / Antonio Bravo Nieto y Sergio Ramírez González
10. Designing the bastion against the turks: Sicily and Malta / Maurizio Vesco
11. Defending a border. Piedmont and Lombardy cities in the first half of the Seventeenth century / Annalisa Dameri
III. DISSEMINATION: CUSTOM AND FORM: 12. The rationalisation and codification ot the cartographic practises of French military engineers under Louis XIV / Isabelle Warmoes
13. The engineer, the royal academies, and the drawing of maps and plans in France in the Early Modern Period / Emilie d'Orgeix
"Looking at the world on two sheets of paper": the image of the orb and mathematics in the education of prince Philip III / Margarita Váquez_Manassero
15. "Tengo gran macchina di cose perr intagliare..." [I have a large collection of things to be engraved...]. The drawing of commander Tiburzio Spannocchi, chief engineer of the kingdoms of Spain / Alicia Cámara
IV. DIGITAL HUMANITIES IN THE DIMH PROJECT: 16. Modelling, access and visualization in the DIMH Spanish project / Ana García Serrano y Ángel Castellanos
17. Future answer to the historian: the current development ot the semantic web in the area of historical archives / Jesús López Díaz
BOOKS PUBLISHED BY FUNDACIÓN JUANELO TURRIANO.

Notas

Published in the framework of R&D+I project HAR 2012-31117, El dibujante ingeniero al servicio de la monarquía hispánica. Siglos XVI-XVIII (DIMH) [draughtsman engineers serving the Spanish monarchy in the sixteenth to eighteenth centuries]. Funded by the Spanish Ministry of the Economy and Competitiveness. Head researcher, Alicia Cámara Muñoz.

Tít. orig. de la serie: Lecciones Juanelo Turriano de Historia de la Ingeniería


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