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Sammelwerk  Studies on Florence and the Italian Renaissance in Honour of F.W. Kent
Howard, PeterHewlett, Cecilia [Hrsg.]. - Turnhout (2016)


In Reihe: Europa sacra / 20
Deskriptoren: Europa Kent (Grafschaft) Florenz Spätmittelalter Festschriften
Sprache: Englisch
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Inhalt

Buchbeitrag   

'A Paradise Inhabited by Devils': Bill Kent and his Florentine Renaissance
Howard, Peter. • S. 1-33

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Between the Palace and the Piazza: Locating Power and Agency in Bill Kent's Florence
Brown, Alison. • S. 35-52

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'La cara e buona imagine paterna di voi': Ideal Images of Patriarchs and Patrons as Models for the Right Ordering of Renaissance Florence
Kent, Dale V.. • S. 53-72

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Asserting Presence: Strategies of Medici Patronage in Renaissance Florence
Paoletti, John T.. • S. 73-94

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The Magnificent Arbitrator: Lorenzo de' Medici and the Patrician Families in Florence
Fabbri, Lorenzo. • S. 95-114

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Carried Away: Lorenzo's Triumphs of 1491
Newbigin, Nerida. • S. 115-132

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'With his authority she used to manage much business': The Career of Signora Maria Salviati and Duke Cosimo I de' Medici
Tomas, Natalie. • S. 133-149

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Mercantile and Other Friendships in Early Renaissance Tuscany
James, Carolyn. • S. 151-168

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Michelangelo's Brothers 'at my shoulders'
Wallace, William Edward. • S. 169-180

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Transmission of Intangible Goods in Vasari: Talent, Names, Kinship
Klapisch-Zuber, Christiane. • S. 181-198

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Protecting Dowries in Law in Renaissance Florence
Kuehn, Thomas J.. • S. 199-216

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Commissioni and Commessi in Florence: A Preliminary Assessment of the Introduction, Diffusion, and Role of Annuities in Florence, c. 1400-1580
Polizzotto, Lorenzo. • S. 217-233

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'Grande passatenpo honesto': Filippo Strozzi's Garden at Naples
Lillie, Amanda. • S. 234-256

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Florentine Exiles and Venetian Patricians: The Soderini Family and the Forging of New Ties
Burke, Ersie. • S. 257-275

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Begging for Favours: The 'New' Clares of S. Chiara Novella and their Patrons
Strocchia, Sharon Therese. • S. 277-294

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'Tis Better to Give than to Receive: Client-Patronage Exchange and its Architectural Implications at Florentine Convents
Weddle, Saundra. • S. 295-316

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Saint Peter, the Carmelites, and the Triumph of Anghiari: The Changing Context of the Brancacci Chapel in Mid-Fifteenth-Century Florence
Eckstein, Nicholas A.. • S. 317-338

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Rural Pilgrims and Tuscan Miracle Cults
Hewlett, Cecilia. • S. 339-358

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The Tailor's Song: Notes from the Savonarolan Underground in Grand-Ducal Florence
Rosenthal, David. • S. 359-372

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Authority and Punishment in the Letters of Hildegard of Bingen and Catherine of Siena
Monagle, Clare. • S. 373-386

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Catherine of Siena, Florence, and Dominican Renewal: Preaching through Letters
Mews, Constant J.. • S. 387-404

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'With open doors' in the Tor de' Specchi: The Chiesa Vecchia Frescoes and the Monks of Santa Maria Nova
Troup, Cynthia. • S. 405-429

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Leonardo Bruni and the Rise of Official Historiography in Renaissance Florence
Ianziti, Gary John. • S. 431-448

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Interpretation and Translation: Leonardo Bruni and the Art of Translation in Quattrocento Florence
Rizzi, Andrea. • S. 449-464

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Ser Giovanni di Francesco, Forger of Coins and Man of 'Ingegno'
Böninger, Lorenz. • S. 465-478

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"Curbing Ambitions of the Throat": Alimentary Sumptuary Law in Early Modern Italy
Kovesi, Catherine. • S. 479-495

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The One about Michelangelo and the Onions: Jokes and Cultural Anxiety in the Early Sixteenth Century
Burke, Jill. • S. 495-516