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The Pazzi Conspiracy


Author : Harold Acton
language : en
Publisher: W W Norton & Company Incorporated
Release Date : 1979-01-01


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Florentine Historiography And The Pazzi Conspiracy


Author : Patricia Robison Bechi
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 1992


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Florence


Author : Michael Levey
language : en
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Release Date : 1998


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Looks at the political and artistic history of the city of Florence in Italy, from its earliest times through the nineteenth century

Images Of Quattrocento Florence


Author : Stefano Ugo Baldassarri
language : en
Publisher: Yale University Press
Release Date : 2000


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This anthology provides a panoramic view of fifteenth-century Florence in the words of the city's own citizens and visitors. The fifty-one selections offer glimpses into Renaissance thought. Together, the documents demonstrate the social, political, religious, and cultural impact Florence had in shaping the Italian and European Renaissance, and they reveal how Florence created, developed, and diffused the mythology of its own origins and glory. The documents point up the divergences in quattrocento accounts of the origins of Florence, and they reveal the importance of the city's economy, social life, and military success to the formation of its image. The book includes sources that elaborate on the city's accomplishments in literature and the visual arts, others that present major trends in Florentine religious life, and still others that attest to the acclaim and admiration that Florence evoked from foreign visitors. The editors also provide an informative introduction, a detailed chronology of fifteenth-century Italy, maps, photographs, an annotated bibliography, and a biographical sketch of the author of each document.

The Earthly Republic


Author : Benjamin G. Kohl
language : en
Publisher: Manchester University Press
Release Date : 1978


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The gradual secularization of European society and culture is often said to characterize the development of the modern world, and the early Italian humanists played a pioneering role in this process. Here Benjamin G. Kohl and Ronald G. Witt, with Elizabeth B. Welles, have edited and translated seven primary texts that shed important light on the subject of "civic humanism" in the Renaissance.Included is a treatise of Francesco Petrarca on government, two representative letters from Coluccio Salutati, Leonardo Bruni's panegyric to Florence, Francesco Barbaro's letter on "wifely" duty, Poggio Bracciolini's dialogue on avarice, and Angelo Poliziano's vivid history of the Pazzi conspiracy. Each translation is prefaced by an essay on the author and a short bibliography. The substantial introductory essay offers a concise, balanced summary of the historiographcal issues connected with the period.

Victims Villains In Vasari S Lives


Author : Andrew Ladis
language : en
Publisher: UNC Press Books
Release Date : 2008


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Giorgio Vasari's The Lives of the Artists (1550, 1568) has been a key subject of study for students of the Italian Renaissance over the hundreds of years since its publication. Vasari's compelling biographies of eminent fourteenth-, fifteenth-, and sixtee

Europe 1500 1600


Author : J. A. P. Jones
language : en
Publisher: Nelson Thornes
Release Date : 1997


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Challenging History encourages your students to take responsibility for their own learning through individual research. It motivates your students with accessible and attractive layouts, clear vocabulary and text and and engages their interest, providing them with intellectual and analytical challenges. Evidence sections, talking points and well structured activities encourage students to think deeply about the issues presented to them. Covering all key aspects of European history, the Challenging History series provides a wealth of information from the fifteenth to the twentieth century.