The classical heritage and its beneficiaries.


Cambridge [England] University Press, 1954.

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Subjects Altertum.
Civilization, Western -- History.
Civilization, Western.
Cultuurgeschiedenis.
Geestesgeschiedenis.
Klassieke oudheid.
Receptie.
Rezeption.
Description vii, 591 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date 1954.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents chapter 1. The background -- chapter 2. The Greek East -- chapter 3. The Carolingian age -- chapter 4. The pre-scholastic age -- chapter 5. The scholastic age -- chapter 6. Collapse and new beginnings -- chapter 7. The high Renaissance -- chapter 8. The end of the Renaissance and the appearance of new patterns in classical education and scholarship -- chapter 9. Education and the classical heritage -- Appendix 1: Greek MSS. in Italy during the fifteenth century -- Appendix 2: The translations of Greek and Roman classics before 1600.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)388094
(OCoLC)ocm00388094
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Bolgar, R. R.
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