APA 6th Edition Križić Roban, S. (1997). Podrumski prostori kanoničkih kurija Kaptol 20 i 24 u Zagrebu. Peristil, 40 (1), 107-115. Preuzeto s https://hrcak.srce.hr/150762
MLA 8th Edition Križić Roban, Sandra. "Podrumski prostori kanoničkih kurija Kaptol 20 i 24 u Zagrebu." Peristil, vol. 40, br. 1, 1997, str. 107-115. https://hrcak.srce.hr/150762. Citirano 29.03.2020.
Chicago 17th Edition Križić Roban, Sandra. "Podrumski prostori kanoničkih kurija Kaptol 20 i 24 u Zagrebu." Peristil 40, br. 1 (1997): 107-115. https://hrcak.srce.hr/150762
Harvard Križić Roban, S. (1997). 'Podrumski prostori kanoničkih kurija Kaptol 20 i 24 u Zagrebu', Peristil, 40(1), str. 107-115. Preuzeto s: https://hrcak.srce.hr/150762 (Datum pristupa: 29.03.2020.)
Vancouver Križić Roban S. Podrumski prostori kanoničkih kurija Kaptol 20 i 24 u Zagrebu. Peristil [Internet]. 1997 [pristupljeno 29.03.2020.];40(1):107-115. Dostupno na: https://hrcak.srce.hr/150762
IEEE S. Križić Roban, "Podrumski prostori kanoničkih kurija Kaptol 20 i 24 u Zagrebu", Peristil, vol.40, br. 1, str. 107-115, 1997. [Online]. Dostupno na: https://hrcak.srce.hr/150762. [Citirano: 29.03.2020.]
Sažetak The construction of the first canonical houses in Kaptol corresponds with the foundation of the diocese. The earliest data of their construction were recorded in the Kaptol statutes dating back to 1334. At the time, the residences were made of wood, and the recent research has moved the beginnings of the construction of the first masonry houses back in time (the unveiling of two gothic stone portals of the residence at 26 Kaptol). The majority of the canonical residences were built in the late 17th and during the 18th centuries, and some of them contain parts of the earlier-day construction. This phenomenon is best witnessed by the cellars. Although the residences may have been wooden, their cellars were often built of solid materials. The earlier-day construction parts of the residences at 18,22, and 25 Kaptol can be seen in some underground rooms, which differ from the rest of the building by the shape of the vaults and thickness of the walls.
Two residences stand out from the others because of the layout of their cellars. The residence at Kaptol 20 was built in the 30s of the 18th century on the foundations of an older construction — i.e. on a "double" cellar which was mentioned in the 1687 visitations. The cross vault and the unique L-shaped ground plan point to the fact that the cellars are remains of an older construction which was probably destroyed in the 1731 fire.
The residence at 24 Kaptol underwent major reconstruction in 1741 so that it would take extensive restoration works in order to display the parts of the original construction. The distinctive features of this cellar are its two parallel rooms, one of them shorter, narrower, and slightly concavely shaped with a barrel vault. The bigger, front cellar room is characterised by different construction styles, i.e. it was built in several stages.