The age of humanism; Europe, 1480-1530. [Translated by Katherine M. Delavenay and E.M. Gwyer]

New York, McGraw-Hill [1964, c1963] .

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Subjects Art, Renaissance.
Description 347 p. illus., plates (40 col.), facsims., ports. 35 cm.
Notes "Published under the auspices of the Council of Cultural Co-operation following the first art exhibition of the Council of Europe, 'Humanist Europe,' organized in 1954 in Brussels by the Belgian Government."
Includes bibliographies.
Contents Garrett Mattingly, a personal appreciation, by L. Gershoy.--Garrett Mattingly, historian, by J. H. Hexter.--The unity of the Renaissance, by J. Gadol.--Bartolomeo Facio and his unknown correspondence, by P. O. Kristeller.--The Sienese State in the Renaissance, by D. L. Hicks.--The early Renaissance in England. by D. Hay.--Gunpowder and the Renaissance, by J. R. Hale.--A sixteenth-century encyclopedia, by G. Strauss.--William Allen's use of Protestant political argument, by R. M. Kingdon.--Lingard and the St. Bartholomew, by P. Hughes.--Franco-Spanish diplomacy and the ...
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