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Review Of Notable Men And Women Of Our Time, Brian Maxson Nov 2014

Review Of Notable Men And Women Of Our Time, Brian Maxson

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Paolo Giovio wrote his text in the aftermath of the sack of Rome by imperial troops in 1527, although the work remained unfinished at the time of the author's death some twenty-five years.


Review Of Reviving The Eternal City: Rome And The Papal Court, 1420-1447 By Elizabeth Mccahill, Brian Maxson Nov 2014

Review Of Reviving The Eternal City: Rome And The Papal Court, 1420-1447 By Elizabeth Mccahill, Brian Maxson

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Review Of Entering A Clerical Career At The Roman Curia, 1458–1471 By Kirsi Salonen And Jusi Hanska, Brian Maxson Oct 2014

Review Of Entering A Clerical Career At The Roman Curia, 1458–1471 By Kirsi Salonen And Jusi Hanska, Brian Maxson

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Review Of The Renaissance Of Empire In Early Modern Europe, Brian Maxson Oct 2014

Review Of The Renaissance Of Empire In Early Modern Europe, Brian Maxson

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This work offers a panoramic sweep of the use of Roman Imperial Iconographies and literary traditions from the 14th through 17th centuries.


Review Of Healthy Living In Late Renaissance Italy, Brian Maxson Jul 2014

Review Of Healthy Living In Late Renaissance Italy, Brian Maxson

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This work offers an interdisciplinary study of preventative health in 16th and 17th century Italy. Previous studies on the practice and prescription of early modern preventative health are few, and scholars have tended to assume that medical understanding of the body's humors remained relatively static during this period.


Review Of Isabella D’Este And Francesco Gonzaga: Power Sharing At The Italian Renaissance Court, Brian Maxson Apr 2014

Review Of Isabella D’Este And Francesco Gonzaga: Power Sharing At The Italian Renaissance Court, Brian Maxson

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The book reviewed depicts husband and wife, Francesco Gonzaga and Isabella d'Este, who worked together to direct the domestic and diplomatic affairs of Mantua far more than the scholarship on Isabella has usually assumed.


Review Of Humanism In Fifteenth-Century Europe., Brian Maxson Jan 2014

Review Of Humanism In Fifteenth-Century Europe., Brian Maxson

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This important book seeks to dispel the myth that humanism and humanists were unique to the Italian Peninsula during the Fifteenth Century.