Italian Renaissance studies; a tribute to the late Cecilia M. Ady.


New York, Barnes & Noble, 1960.

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Subjects Ady, Cecilia M. (Cecilia Mary), 1881-1958.
Humanism.
Italian literature -- History and criticism.
Italy -- Civilization.
Italy -- History -- 16th century.
Renaissance -- Italy.
Description 507 p. illus., port. 23 cm.
Notes Bibliographical footnotes.
Contents Introduction: An approach to the Renaissance, by E. F. Jacob. --Italy and barbarian Europe, by D. Hay. -- Italian humanism in western Europe, by R. Weiss. -- War and public opinion in Renaissance Italy, by J. R. Hale. --The financial oligarchy in Florence under Lorenzo, by L. F. Marks. -- Politics and constitution in Florence at the end of the fifteenth century, by N. Rubinstein. -- Ludovico Sforza and his vassals, bly D. M. Bueno de Mesquita. --The end of Malatesta rule in Rimini, by P. J. Jones. -- The 'Budget' of the Roman Church in the Renaissance Period, by P. Partner. -- The early Medici as patrons of art, by E. H. Gombrich. -- Maccabean histories in the Sistine ceiling, by E. Wind. -- Songs of dance and carnival, by M. Bowra. -- Latin verse of the high Renaissance, by J. Sparrow. -- Lorenzo, Machiavelli and the Italian language, by C. Grayson. -- An Italian astrologer at the court of Henry VII, by J. Armstrong. -- Archaeology and romance in Renaissance Italy, by C. Mitchell. -- Biographical note by J. Hale.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00408317
(OCoLC)408317
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