On the opposite side of it we may turn our eyes to Cortona, and notice two good artists.
If Perugia had seemed ancient, Cortona appeared antediluvian.
They had now reached a place formed by nature for an ambuscade, where the Trasimenus comes nearest to the mountains of Cortona.
Luca was born at Cortona, and was a pupil of Piero della Francesca.
Toward the middle of April they set out, going in the direction of Cortona.
The campanile of this church is a picturesque feature of Cortona.
In the tomb of Pythagoras near Cortona, with a span of about 10 ft., only four voussoirs were employed.
Cortona has through all ages lived on, but not much more than lived on.
He went at once to Rome, and entered the school of Pietro da Cortona.
At Cortona we are glad that things Etruscan are undoubtedly uppermost.