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BBC西班牙艺术  | BBC The Art of Spain-The Dark Heart


     本集继续向西班牙的中心进发,探寻16世纪到17世纪的西班牙艺术。这是一个非凡的黄金时代,一个黑暗和野蛮的心。一起看西班牙帝国的兴衰,他们如何残暴的征服新世界。最美丽的艺术就在这里。 


    He journeys to the country’s scorched centre to explore Spanish art of the 16th and 17th centuries, a period that became known as the Golden Age. Tracing the rise and fall of the Spanish Empire, the brutal conquest of the New World, and the religious madness of the Inquisition he discovers how a history so violent produced such beautiful art.



 

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At /first sight, these buildings look like traditional displays of wealth. But look a little closer and something else is going on. The owner of this palace built his chimneys to resemble Inca/ temples, like the ones the Spanish plundered. On the Pizarro family palace, the parapet is decorated with Inca-style statues. And at the center of the coat of arms, groups of Inca prisoners are bound together with chains.



The architectural equivalent of a head on a stick, this is the triumphant architecture of conquest.





During the course of the conquest of Peru, thousands of Incas died, some from European diseases, but many as the result of Spanish butchery.





Francisco Pizarro was one of the most brutal of all the conquistadors. He raped and pillaged and he duped the king of the Incas, persuading him to give him all his gold in exchange for his life, and then just garroting him anyway. The blood of the Incas is the cement that holds all of these magnificent palaces together.








But the conquistadors were more than mercenaries. They saw themselves as missionaries, and their conquest of the new world was just another front in the great religious war that was consuming 16th- century Spain.





If you want to understand the conquistador mentality, you have to realize that it was wildly believed throughout Spain that God had given to these Catholic people the new world and all its treasures, preciously so that they can combat the enemies of Catholicism, the Protestants, the Muslims. They genuinely believed that God was on their side.




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At first sight, these buildings look like traditional displays of wealth, but look a little closer, and something else is going on.

The owner of this palace built his chimneys to resemble Incas temples, like the ones the Spanish planted. On the Pizarro family palace, the parapet is decorated with Incas style statues. But at the center of the coat of arms, groups of Incas prisoners are bound together with chains.

The architectural equivalent of a head on a stick, this is a triumphant architecture of conquest.

During the course of the conquest of Peru, thousands of Incas died, some from European diseases, but many as a result of the Spanish butchery.

Francisco Pizarro was one of the most brutal of all the conquistadors who raped and pillaged, and duped the King of the Incas, persuading him to give him all his gold in exchange for his life, and then just * him anyway. The blood of the Incas is the cement that holds all of these magnificent palaces together.

But the conquistadors were more than mercenaries. They saw themselves as missionaries and that conquest of the new world was just another front in the great religious war that was consuming 16th century Spain.

If you want to understand the conquistador mentality, you have to realize that it widely believed throughout Spain that God had given to these Catholic people the new world and all its treasures, precisely so that they could combat the enemies of Catholicism, the Protestants, the Muslims. They genuinely believe that God was on their side.
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[Homework]2013-01-16 黑暗的心 The Dark Heart-14

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At first sight, these buildings look like traditional displays of wealth. But look a little closer and something else is going on. The owner of this palace built his chimney ressembles Incan Temples, like the ones that Spanish landed. On the palazzo Family Palace, the parapets are decorated with Incan style statues. But at the centre of the coat of arms, groups of Inca prisoners are bound together with chains.

The architecture is equivalent of a head on a stick. This is the triumphant architecture of conquest.

During the course of the conquest of Peru, thousands of Incas died, some from European diseases, but many as a result of Spanish butchery.

Francisco Pizarro was one of the most brutal of all the conquistadors. He raped and pillaged, he duped the king of Incas, persuading him to give him all his gold in exchange for his life and then just garroting him anyway. The blood of the Incas is the cement that holds all of these magnificent palaces together.

But the conquistadors were more than mercenaries. They saw themselves as missionaries and that conquest of the new world was just another front in the great religious war that was consuming 16th century's Spain.

If you want to understand the conquistadors' mentality, you have to realize that it was widely believed throughout Spain that God had given to these Catholic people the new world and all its treasures, precisely so that they could combat the enemies of Catholicism--the Protestants, the Muslims. They genuinely believed that God was on their side.
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[Homework]2013-01-16 黑暗的心 The Dark Heart-14

At the first sight, these buildings look like traditional displays of wealth. But look a little closer and something else is going on. The owner of this palace built his chimneys to resemble Incan temples, like the ones Spanish planted. On the Pizarro family palace, the parapet is decorated with Inca style statues. At the center of the coat of arms, groups of Inca prisoners are bound together with chains.

The architectural equivalent of a head on a stick, this is the triumphant architecture of conquest.


During the conquest of Peru, thousands of Incas died, some from European diseases, but many as the result of Spanish butchery.


Francisco Pizarro was one of the most brutal of all the conquistadors. He raped and pillaged. He duped the king of the Incas, persuading him to give him all his gold and exchange for his life, and just gr*ting him anyway. The blood of the Incas is the cement that holds all these magnificent palaces together.


But the conquistadors were more than mercenaries. They saw themselves as missionaries, and that conquest of the new world was just another front in a great religious war that was consuming 16th century Spain.


If you want to understand the conquistador mentality, you have to realize that there's a wildly belief throughout Spain that God had given to these Catholic people the new world and all its treasures, preciously so that they can combat the enemies of Catholicism, the Protestants, the Muslims. They genuinely believed that God was on their side.



This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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At /first sight, these buildings look like traditional displays of wealth. But look a little closer and something else is going on. The owner of this palace built his chimneys to resemble Inca/ temples, like the ones the Spanish plundered. On the Pizarro family palace, the parapet is decorated with Inca-style statues. And at the center of the coat of arms, groups of Inca prisoners are bound together with chains.

The architectural equivalent of a head on a stick, this is the triumphant architecture of conquest.


During the
course of the
conquest of Peru, thousands of Incas died, some from European diseases, but many as the result of Spanish butchery.


Francisco Pizarro was one of the most brutal of all the conquistadors. He raped and pillaged
and he duped the king of the Incas, persuading him to give him all his gold in exchange for his life, and then just garroting him anyway. The blood of the Incas is the cement that holds all of
these magnificent palaces together.


But the conquistadors were more than mercenaries. They saw themselves as missionaries, and
their conquest of the new world was just another front in the great religious war that was consuming 16th-
century Spain.


If you want to understand the conquistador mentality, you have to realize that
it was wildly believed throughout Spain that God had given to these Catholic people the new world and all its treasures, preciously so that they can combat the enemies of Catholicism, the Protestants, the Muslims. They genuinely believed that God was on their side.


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