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

Autore: Pace Pasini
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Grandezza: 76,78 MB
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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
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Memorie Storiche Della Chiesa Vicentina Dal 1563 Al 1700 2 V

Autore: Giovanni Mantese
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Vista: 8976
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Il Marinaio Comedia

Autore: Gerolamo Parabosco
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Vista: 1071
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Le Due Cortigiane

Autore: Lodovico Domenichi
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Il Pastor Fido

Autore: Battista Guarini
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The Venetian Patriciate Reality Versus Myth

Autore: Donald E. Queller
Editore: University of Illinois Press
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The Ceremonial City

Autore: Ian Fenlon
Editore: Yale University Press
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This wide-ranging study vividly presents the major events that took place in Venice in the 1570s, culminating in a deadly outbreak of the plague that claimed one-quarter of the Venetian population. Analyzing reactions to this dramatic decade, Iain Fenlon throws fresh light on the historical machine that produced the distinct civic and cultural ethos of the city and uncovers new aspects of its urban topography, ceremony, and cultural life. At the heart of the book is a detailed account of four historical events: the formation of the Holy League, a coalition that brought the Republic into conflict with the Ottoman Empire; the victory of that League against the Turkish fleet at the battle of Lepanto; the ceremonial welcoming of Henry III of France to the city in 1574; and the devastating plague of 1575–77. The author considers how these events, above all the victory at Lepanto, were reconfigured in the realms of memory and myth, and he describes in detail a religious matrix that provides the key to the civic ethos of the city in this era.