Historia Del Caualier Perduto Di Pace Pasini All Illustrissimo Sig Il Sig Gio Francesco Loredano

Autore: Pace Pasini
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Vista: 106
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Il Barocco In Italia E Nei Paesi Slavi Del Sud Atti Del Convegno Di Studi Venezia 17 20 Novembre 1980

Autore: Vittore Branca
Editore: Olschki
ISBN:
Grandezza: 36,95 MB
Formato: PDF
Vista: 6250
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Memorie Storiche Della Chiesa Vicentina Dal 1563 Al 1700 2 V

Autore: Giovanni Mantese
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Vista: 9671
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The Life And Works Of Vittorio Carpaccio

Autore: Pompeo Molmenti
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Grandezza: 33,85 MB
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Vista: 3982
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At Home In Renaissance Italy

Autore: Marta Ajmar
Editore: Victoria & Albert Museum
ISBN: 9781851774890
Grandezza: 57,93 MB
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Vista: 7750
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"This beautifully illustrated book is the first to look at the role of the urban Italian house in the development of Renaissance art and culture. "The Renaissance Home" brings together a wide range of objects, from furniture and kitchen utensils to popular prints, jewellery and everyday dress, to reveal how the homes of the upper- and middle-classes made a crucial contribution to the flowering of the visual arts in 15th- and 16th-century Italy. Drawing on a wide array of sources including inventories, account-books, letters, treatises, and archaeological and conservation reports, it offers a completely fresh exploration of the fascinating domestic world of Renaissance Italy."

Small Books And Pleasant Histories

Autore: Margaret Spufford
Editore: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521312189
Grandezza: 75,10 MB
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Dr Spufford's book examines the profits made by these publishers, the scale of their operations, and the way the 'small books' were distributed throughout the country. It also examines their content, and compares the English chapbooks with their French counterparts.

La Mort De Cesar

Autore: Voltaire Voltaire
Editore: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781533417718
Grandezza: 53,12 MB
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Vista: 7643
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Venice Austria And The Turks In The Seventeenth Century

Autore: Kenneth Meyer Setton
Editore: American Philosophical Society
ISBN: 9780871691927
Grandezza: 22,20 MB
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Vista: 4688
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Kenneth M. Setton. Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society, Vol. 192. Cloth 7 x 10. $35. Masterful study of Crusades & Papacy & the Levant specialist who uses Venetian archives among others to present Venetian relations with the Ottoman Empire. Shows their successes against the Turks as consequences of Austria's victories in Eastern Europe. Material on Venice is heretofore unpublished & all is presented in Setton's usual thorough & interesting manner. The Lines of Nazca.

The Malaspina Expedition 1789 1794

Autore: Andrew David
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The Calandria

Autore: Bernardo Dovizi (da Bibbiena)
Editore: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781489583277
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A 500 year old play about a foolish husband, a desperate housewife, a greedy necromancer, some misbehaving servants, and a pair of almost identical twins with a talent for cross-dressing. Twins Lidio and Santilla were separated as small children when their home was destroyed by Saracens. Santilla escaped slavery by disguising herself as a boy and assuming her brother's identity. Nearby, Lidio has taken to dressing as a girl and calling himself Santilla in order to visit his much older lover under the very nose of her dim-witted husband. The trouble is, they look so much alike, not even the servants can tell them apart. Written by a cardinal, this Italian Renaissance play was deemed so racy that barely a page of translation has survived the Victorian era. Still as funny and almost as shocking as ever, this annotated translation preserves the meaning, the poetry, and ribald humor, while using modern English to ensure it is as entertaining as it was when first performed in the time of Da Vinci, Machiavelli, and Michelangelo.