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Church of San Pietro a Pettine - Trevi (PG)
It stands on the slopes of the San Martino hill, near the ancient path that descended from Trevi to the valley towards Foligno, and is owned by a farm with the same name.
The 11th century church is one of the oldest and most architecturally advanced in the area, even if it maintains the typical characteristics of rural churches, with the semi-circular apse, the double arched bell gable, reworked in a later period and placed centrally on the facade.
The masonry is very old, especially the right side of the facade; the door, unlike the other churches in the area, has an architrave.
Various materials from older buildings were reused in the construction, including an epigraph currently positioned on the floor of the presbytery.
Inside, to the right of the apse, Christ on the Sepulcher and Madonna and Child, under this figure there is the inscription: Hoc oP (us) F (ecit) F (yesterday) CHRISTOPHANUS GREGORII. 1525, frescoes by Paolo Bontulli from Percanestro.
to the left of the apse a sturdy figure of St. Peter, from the early 1400s of fine workmanship, recently attributed to Bartolomeo da Miranda.
Along the left wall, Madonna with Child and Saint Anthony of Padua, also from the 1400s.
In this church there was an early Christian epigraph and a painted cross from the 14th century today in the municipal art gallery.
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  • Copyright: Silvio Sorcini (Silvio1953) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 18398 W: 130 N: 38958] (209465)
  • Genre: Lugares
  • Medium: Color
  • Date Taken: 2019-02-27
  • Exposición: f/0.8, 30 segundos
  • Versión de la foto: Versión original, Workshop
  • Date Submitted: 2021-04-16 0:24
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