History of Florence, from the founding of the city through the Renaissance.

New York, F. Ungar Pub. Company [1961] .

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Subjects Florence (Italy) -- History.
Italy -- Florence.
Renaissance -- Italy.
Description 536 pages illustrations 24 cm
Copyright Date [1961]
Notes Includes index.
Contents Etruscan and Roman Florence -- Italy and her invaders -- Darkness over Florence -- Florence and the religious revival of the eleventh century -- The countess Matilda and the emergence of communal autonomy in Tuscany and Florence -- The twelfth century : the consular phase of communal autonomy -- The Tuscan League of 1197; replacement of the consuls by the Podestà€; the religious revival of the begging friars -- The Buondelmonte murder; Guelphs and Ghibellines; triumph and failure of Frederick II -- Il primo popolo of the first democracy, 1250-60 -- The fall of the Hohenstaufens and the Ghibelline collapse in Tuscany, 1260-70 -- The second democracy : the priors and the ordinances of justice, 1282-93 -- A tragic interlude : the blacks, the whites, and Pope Boniface VIII -- The last emperor -- Florence encounters the problem of the despot, 1313-43 -- Seeing Florence with Giovanni Villani -- Democracy versus oligarchy : the final struggle, 1343-82 -- Aspects and problems of the new urban economy -- Intellectual change : the coming of humanism -- The fine arts : the first of medieval phase -- The triumphant oligarchy, 1382-1434 -- The government of Cosimo de' Medici -- The government of Piero de' Medici and of Lorenzo the Magnificent to the end of the war with the pope and Naples, 1480 -- The magnificent Lorenzo, 1480-92 -- Intellectual change : the humanism of the Laurentian Age -- The fine arts : the second or quattrocento phase -- The Savonarola episode, 1494-98 -- The revived republic : the story of a living corpse, 1498-1512 -- Florence an annex of the papacy, 1512-27 -- Heroic end of the republic, 1527-30 -- The cinquecento : climax and disintegration of Florentine culture -- Epilogue : the great lethargy.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Italy
Network Numbers (OCoLC)405592
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Schevill, Ferdinand, 1868-1954.
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