Le Citt Italiane Nel Medioevo

Autore: Franco Franceschi
Editore: Il Mulino
ISBN: 9788815138255
Grandezza: 71,10 MB
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Vista: 5946
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The Italian Piazza Transformed

Autore: Areli Marina
Editore: Penn State Press
ISBN: 0271050705
Grandezza: 15,38 MB
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"Explores the history and architecture of two city squares, constructed by rival political parties, in the Italian city of Parma from 1196 to 1300"--Provided by publisher.

Medieval Rome

Autore: Chris Wickham
Editore: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0199684960
Grandezza: 55,94 MB
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'Medieval Rome' analyses the history of the city of Rome between 900 and 1150, a period of major changes in the city. It takes the urban economy, the social history of the different strata of society, the articulation between the city's regions and the cultural identity of Rome as seen in its processions, its material culture, its legal transformations and its sense of the past. These are the underpinnings of a major reinterpretation of the city's political history in the era of the 'reform papacy', one of the greatest crises in Rome's history.

The City State In Europe 1000 1600

Autore: Tom Scott
Editore: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199274606
Grandezza: 20,96 MB
Formato: PDF
Vista: 6062
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In this, the first comprehensive study of city-states in medieval Europe, Tom Scott analyzes reasons for cities' aquisitions of territory and how they were governed. He argues that city-states did not wither after 1500, but survived by transformation and adaption.

The Italian City State

Autore: Philip Jones
Editore: Clarendon Press
ISBN: 9780191590306
Grandezza: 76,74 MB
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Italy in the Middle Ages was unique among the countries of Europe in recreating, in a changed environment, the urban civilization of antiquity - the society, culture, and political formations of city-states. This book examines the origins and nature of this phenomenon from the fall of Rome to the eve of its consummation, the Italian Renaissance. The explanation is sought in Italy's singular `double existence' between two contrasted worlds - ancient and medieval. The ancient was characterised by the total predominance of the landed aristocracy in economy and society, enforced through a peculiar system of city states embracing town and country. The new medieval influences were marked by the separation of town, country and aristocracy, by the identification of towns with trade and a mercantile bourgeoisie, and by commercial and proto-industrial revolution. Italy shared in both worlds. It remained a land of cities and of an urbanized ruling class (except in the Norman South) and re-established territorial city states; but the staes were very different from those of antiquity, the city leaders in the commercial revolution, and Italy itself seen as a nation of shopkeepers, birthplace of capitalism. In this fascinating and ground-breaking study, Philip Jones traces in detail the tension and interaction between the two traditions, civic and patrician, mercantile and bourgeois, through all phases of Italian life to their culmination in two rival regimes of communes and despots.

Archeologia Medievale Numero Speciale Quarant Anni Di Archeologia Medievale In Italia La Rivista I Temi La Teoria E I Metodi

Autore: Sauro Gelichi
Editore: All’Insegna del Giglio
ISBN: 8878146072
Grandezza: 29,44 MB
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Nel 2014 sono trascorsi i quaranta anni dalla fondazione della rivista Archeologia Medievale. Considerando la velocità con la quale la disciplina si è sviluppata nel nostro Paese, il tempo intercorso si può ritenere sufficientemente lungo per un bilancio. Scopo di questo volume miscellaneo, dunque, è stato quello di tracciare criticamente una storia dell’archeologia medievale in Italia attraverso la lente di ingrandimento della rivista, che ne è stata, al tempo stesso, rappresentazione e fonte di indirizzo. Ad una serie di contributi di archeologi italiani, a cui è stato chiesto il compito di discutere una serie di tematismi che la disciplina ha sviluppato in questi anni e di analizzare i rapporti dell’archeologia medievale con altri settori della ricerca scientifica, si affiancano le riflessioni critiche di alcuni colleghi stranieri che, nel tempo, hanno avuto una lunga frequentazione con la rivista.

Medieval Lucca

Autore: M. E. Bratchel
Editore: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199542902
Grandezza: 71,81 MB
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The first scholarly study covering the history of both the city and the region of Lucca, from classical antiquity to the end of the fifteenth century

I Comuni Italiani

Autore: Giuliano Milani
Editore: Gius.Laterza & Figli Spa
ISBN: 8858118553
Grandezza: 39,29 MB
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Vista: 8139
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Le vicende politiche e civili delle città dell’Italia centro-settentrionale dalla fine dell’XI all’inizio del XIV secolo: le loro relazioni con gli altri poteri, il papato, l’impero, le signorie; gli sviluppi istituzionali, le tensioni sociali e le evoluzioni amministrative in duecento anni cruciali nella storia italiana.