Do Colégio de Santo Antão ao Alto de São João: território, obras e materiais da Quinta de Xabregas (século XVIII)

Translated title of the contribution: From Santo Antão College to Alto de São João: territory, construction and materials of Quinta of Xabregas (18th century)

Maria João Pereira Coutinho, Inês Gato de Pinho

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Abstract

The remaining heritage from the first period of the So- ciety of Jesus in Portugal is composed of colleges, no- vitiates, professed houses, residences and recreational farms, among other types of houses, but there are gaps in terms of studies regarding its construction process- es and the materials used in its buildings.
The study of the recreation farms in particular, is usual- ly listed and analysed as satellite properties belonging to colleges, since specific studies of their implantation and construction as independent properties are still rare even nowadays.
Our research aims, through the analysis of a case study, that of the farm of Xabregas, assigned to the administration of the Santo Antão-o-Novo College in Lis- bon, to enlarge the knowledge available of its implanta- tion in the environing landscape. It also seeks to show the constructive and material aspects of a building little studied by Jesuit historiography, and to contribute to the history of the construction of Santo Antão College.
Translated title of the contributionFrom Santo Antão College to Alto de São João: territory, construction and materials of Quinta of Xabregas (18th century)
Original languagePortuguese
Pages (from-to)115-135
Number of pages20
JournalCadernos do Arquivo Municipal de Lisboa
Volume16
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2021

Keywords

  • Companhia de Jesus
  • Época Moderna
  • Colégio de Santo Antão-o-Novo

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