Dissertazioni Sopra Le Antichita Italiane Gi Composte E Pubblicate In Latino Dal Proposto Lodovico Antonio Muratori E Da Esso Poscia Compendiate E Trasportate Nell Italiana Favella Opera Postuma Data In Luce Dal Propost

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Dissertazioni Sopra Le Antichita Italiane Gi Composte E Pubblicate In Latino Dal Proposto Lodovico Antonio Muratori E Da Esso Poscia Compendiate E Trasportate Nell Italiana Favella Opera Postuma Data In Luce Dal Proposto Gian Francesco Soli Muratori Suo Nipote Tomo Primo Terzo

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Dissertazioni Sopra Le Antichit Italiane Gi Composte E Pubblicate In Latino Dal Proposto Lodovico Antonio Muratori E Da Esso Poscia Compendiate E Trasportate Nell Italiana Favella Opera Postuma Data In Luce Dal Proposto Gian Francesco Soli Muratori Suo Nipote Tomo Primo Terzo

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Dissertazioni Sopra Le Antichita Italiane Gi Composte E Pubblicate In Latino Dal Proposto Lodovico Antonio Muratori E Da Esso Poscia Compendiate E Trasportate Nell Italiana Favella Opera Postuma Data In Luce Dal Proposto Gian Francesco Soli Muratori Suo Nipote Tomo 1 Parte 1 3 Parte 2

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Dissertazioni Sopra Le Antichita Italiane Gi Composte E Pubblicate In Latino Dal Proposto Lodovico Antonio Muratori E Da Esso Poscia Compendiate E Trasportate Nell Italiana Favella Opera Postuma Data In Luce Dal Proposto Gian Francesco Soli Muratori Suo Nipote Tomo 1 Parte 1 Tomo 3 Parte 2

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Dissertazioni Sopra Le Antichit Italiane Gi Composte E Pubblicate In Latino Dal Proposto Lodovico Antonio Muratori E Da Esso Poscia Compendiate E Trasportate Nell Italiana Favella Opera Postuma Data In Luce Dal Proposto Gian Francesco Soli Muratori Suo Nipote Divisa In Sei Tomi Tomo Primo Sesto

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In Aedibus Aldi

Author: Paul J. Angerhofer
Editor: Brigham Young Univ Library
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The Poetry Of Petrarch

Author: Petrarch
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Ineffable sweetness, bold, uncanny sweetness that came to my eyes from her lovely face; from that day on I'd willingly have closed them, never to gaze again at lesser beauties. --from Sonnet 116 Petrarch was born in Tuscany and grew up in the south of France. He lived his life in the service of the church, traveled widely, and during his lifetime was a revered, model man of letters. Petrarch's greatest gift to posterity was his Rime in vita e morta di Madonna Laura, the cycle of poems popularly known as his songbook. By turns full of wit, languor, and fawning, endlessly inventive, in a tightly composed yet ornate form they record their speaker's unrequited obsession with the woman named Laura. In the centuries after it was designed, the "Petrarchan sonnet," as it would be known, inspired the greatest love poets of the English language--from the times of Spenser and Shakespeare to our own. David Young's fresh, idiomatic version of Petrarch's poetry is the most readable and approachable that we have. In his skillful hands, Petrarch almost sounds like a poet out of our own tradition bringing the wheel of influence full circle.

The History Of The Civil Wars Of France

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Dino Compagni S Chronicle Of Florence

Author: Dino Compagni
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Dino Campagni's classic chronicle gives a detailed account of a crucial period in the history of Florence, beginning about 1280 and ending in the first decade of the fourteenth century. During that time Florence was one of the largest cities in Europe and a center of commerce and culture. Its gold florin was the standard international currency; Giotto was revolutionizing the art of painting; Dante Alighieri and Guido Cavalcanti were transforming the vernacular love lyric. The era was marked as well by political turmoil and factional strife. The inexorable escalation of violence, as insult and reprisal led to arson and murder, provides the bitter content of Compagni's story. Dino Compagni was perfectly placed to observe the political turmoil. A successful merchant, a prominent member of the silk guild, an active member of the government. Gompagni—like Dante—sided with the Whites and, after their defeat in 1301, was barred from public office. He lived the rest of his life as an exile in his own city, mulling over the events that had led to the defeat of his party. This chronicle, the fruit of his observation and reflection, studies the damage wrought by uncontrolled factional strife, the causes of conflict, the connections between events, and the motives of the participants. Compagni judges passionately and harshly. Daniel Bornstein supplements his lucid translation with and extensive historical introduction and explanatory notes.