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Sammelwerk  The Routledge history of the Renaissance
Caferro, William P. [Hrsg.]. - New York, NY (2017)


In Reihe: The Routledge histories
Deskriptoren: Spätmittelalter
Sprache: Englisch
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Inhalt

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Introduction: the Renaissance question
Caferro, William P.. • S. 1-10

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The ‘economic' thought of the Renaissance
Maifreda, Germano. • S. 13-29

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A makeshift renaissance: North India in the "long" fifteenth century
Sheikh, Samira. • S. 30-45

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"By imitating our nurses": Latin and vernacular in the Renaissance
Refini, Eugenio. • S. 46-61

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Individualism and the separation of fields of study: Jacob Burckhardt and Ercole Ricotti
Caferro, William P.. • S. 62-74

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Riddles of Renaissance philosophy and humanism
Kircher, Timothy. • S. 75-102

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Object lessons and raw materials
McCall, TimothyRoberts, Sean. • S. 105-124

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Imagination and the remains of Roman antiquity
Stenhouse, William. • S. 125-139

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Sporus in the Renaissance: the eunuch as straight man
Crawford, Katherine. • S. 140-151

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Heritable identity markers, nations, and physiognomy
Johnson, Carina L.. • S. 152-166

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Biondo Flavio on Ethiopia: processes of knowledge production in the Renaissance
Kelly, Samantha L.. • S. 167-182

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Traditions of Byzantine astrolabes in Renaissance Europe
Hayton, Darin. • S. 183-191

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Reading Machiavelli in sixteenth-century Florence
Moyer, Ann E.. • S. 192-210

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Why visit the shops? Taking up shopping as a pastime
Mosher Stuard, Susan. • S. 213-227

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Throwing Aristotle from the train: women and humanism
Ross, Sarah Gwyneth. • S. 228-241

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Mechanisms for unity: plagues and saints
Cohn, Samuel Kline. • S. 242-258

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Dead(ly) uncertainties: plague and Ottoman society in the age of the Renaissance
Varlik, Nükhet. • S. 259-274

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Mapping Florence and Tuscany
Eckstein, Nicholas A.. • S. 275-286

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Exercise and leisure: sport, dance, and games
Arcangeli, Alessandro. • S. 287-301

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War, entrepreneurship, and politics
Sutherland, Suzanne. • S. 302-318

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From frontier principality to early modern empire: limitations and capabilities of Ottoman governance
Sahin, Kaya. • S. 321-336

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Commerce and credit in Renaissance Florence
McLean, Paul D.Padgett, John F.. • S. 337-357

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Against the fisc and justice: state formation, market development, and customs fraud
Tazzara, Corey. • S. 358-372

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Representations of the Florentine Republic at the royal court in the Kingdom of Hungary
Prajda, Katalin. • S. 373-385

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From the palazzo to the streets: women's agency and networks of exchange
Moran, Megan. • S. 386-401