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Collection of Essays  Florentine Studies. Politics and Society in the Renaissance Florence
Rubinstein, Nicolai [Publ.]. - London (1968)


Descriptors: Florence Collections of papers Rubinstein, Nicolai (1911-2002)
Language: English
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The Myth of Florence
Weinstein, Donald. • p. 15-44

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Il buon tempo antico
Davis, Charles Till. • p. 45-69

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The army of the Florentine Republic from the twelfth to the fourteenth century
Waley, Daniel Philip. • p. 70-108

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The Florentine territorial state and civic humanism in the early Renaissance
Becker, Marvin Burton. • p. 109-139

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Indirect taxes or Gabelles at Florence in the fourteenth century: the evolution of tariffs and problems of collection
La Roncière, Charles-Marie Bourel de. • p. 140-192

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From manor to mezzadria: a Tuscan case-study in the medieval origins of modern agrarian society
Jones, Philip James. • p. 193-241

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Santa Maria Impruneta: A rural commune in the late Middle Ages
Herlihy, David. • p. 242-276

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Labour Conditions in Florence around 1400: Theory, Policy and Reality
Roover, Raymond de. • p. 277-313

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The Ciompi Revolution
Bruckner, Gene A.. • p. 314-356

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How the Medici Became the Pope's Bankers
Holmes, George Andrew. • p. 356-380

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Florence and Papacy in the Earlier Fifteenth Century
Partner, Peter D.. • p. 381-402

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Pisa and Florence in the fifteenth century: aspects of the period of the first Florentine domination
Mallett, Michael E.. • p. 403-441

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Florentine Constitutionalism and Medici Ascendancy in the Fifteenth Century
Rubinstein, Nicolai. • p. 442-462

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The Venetian constitution in Florentine political thought
Gilbert, Felix. • p. 463-500

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The end of Florentine liberty: the Fortezza da Basso
Hale, John Rigbey. • p. 501-532