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Scarecrow Press, 2007. — 505 p. Italy is a country that exercises a hold on the imagination of people all over the world. Its long history has left an inexhaustible treasure chest of cultural achievement. The historic cities of Rome, Florence, and Venice are among the most sought-after destinations in the world for tourists and art lovers, and Italy's natural beauty and cuisine...
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Routledge, 1995. — 512 p. The French invasion of Italy under Charles VIII in 1494-1495 has long been seen as inaugurating a new and wretched era in Italian history. The present volume, the work of an international team of contributors, seeks to question that assumption by focusing anew on the intricate politics of Renaissance Italy and the long history of Angevin attempts to...
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University of Michigan Press, 2005. — 239 p. Geoffrey Malaterra's Deeds of Count Roger is the most important extant account of the Norman conquest of Muslim Sicily (1061-1091). This volume includes a translation of the Latin original as well as an introduction, notes, and maps. The Deeds of Count Roger fills a gap in the primary literature pertaining to the earliest phase of Latin...
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Manchester University Press, 2012. — 406 p. This student-friendly volume brings together English translations of the main narrative sources, and a small number of other relevant documents, for the reign of Roger II, the founder of the kingdom of Sicily. The kingdom created by King Roger was the most centralized and administratively advanced of the time, but its genesis was fraught...
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Routledge, 2000. — 340 p. This book is a wide ranging and engaging account of the conquest of southern Italy and Sicily by the Normans during the eleventh century. The central figure in this conquest was Robert "Guiscard" (the cunning), son of a minor landowner from western Normandy who, as Duke of Apulia, became the dominant ruler of southern Italy, and was a key figure in the...
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Yale University Press, 2001. — 289 p. In the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, Rome was an aged but still vigorous power while Spain was a rising giant on track toward becoming the world's most powerful and first truly global empire. This book tells the fascinating story of the meeting of these two great empires at a critical moment in European history. Thomas Dandelet explores...
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Cambridge University Press, 2004. — 365 p. This book deals with the crucial relationship between war and state formation in early modern Europe. Through his participation in the Nine Years War (1688-1697) and the War of the Spanish Succession (1701-1714), Victor Amadeus II, Duke of Savoy, acquired a reputation for unrivaled "Machiavellian" diplomacy on the international stage....
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Harry Abrams Publisher, 1983. — 268 p. История Италии, написанная коллективом авторов, охватывает период от основания античной Римской Империи до наших дней. Оригинальность данной книги заключается в том, что итальянская история излагается здесь через призму как государств, так и итальянской культуры, искусства и наиболее выдающихся людей страны.
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Random House, 2015. — 400 p. John Julius Norwich weaves the turbulent story of Sicily into a spellbinding narrative that places the island at the crossroads of world history. “Sicily,” said Goethe, “is the key to everything.” It is the largest island in the Mediterranean, the stepping-stone between Europe and Africa, the link between the Latin West and the Greek East. Sicily’s...
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Johns Hopkins University Press, 1997. — 707 p. Originally published in 1985. Frederic C. Lane and Reinhold C. Mueller, in the first volume of Money and Banking in Medieval and Renaissance Venice, discuss Venice's economic achievement in terms of the complex system the city's inhabitants developed to manage moneys of account and coins. Money merchants of Venice developed a system...
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Little Brown Book Group, 2017. — 432 p. Henry James wrote of Venice: 'You desire to embrace it, to caress it, to possess it, whereas Mark Twain found St Mark's 'so ugly propped on its long row of thick-legged columns, its back knobbed with domes, it seems like a vast, warty bug taking a meditative walk'. Reactions to Venice have been, throughout the ages, astonishingly different....
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Vintage, 1989. — 673 p. Traces the rise of great trade Venetian Empire of this city from its 5th century beginnings all the way through until 1797 when Napoleon put an end to the thousand year-old Republic. 32 pages of black and white photos, 4 maps and charts.
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Longmans, 1967. — 372 p. This book is about the 'other' Norman Conquest. It is the story of Robert Guiscard, perhaps the most extraordinary European adventurer between Caesar and Napoleon. In one year, 1084, he had both the Eastern and Western Emperors retreating before him and one of the most formidable of medieval Popes in his power. It is also the story of his brother Roger,...
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Routledge, 2019. — 312 p. Isabella d'Este, Marchioness of Mantua (1474-1539), is one of the most studied figures of Renaissance Italy, as an epitome of Renaissance court culture and as a woman having an unusually prominent role in the politics of her day. This biography provides a well-rounded account of the full range of her activities and interests from her childhood to her...
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The John Hopkins University Press, 2009. — 264 p. The city-state of Venice, with a population of less than 100,000, dominated a fragmented and fragile empire at the boundary between East and West, between Latin Christian, Greek Orthodox, and Muslim worlds. In this institutional and administrative history, Monique O'Connell explains the structures, processes, practices, and laws by...
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University of Toronto Press, 2019. — 490 p. This study re-examines Venice's political economy from the viewpoint of its ordinary people orpopolani who, despite the commonly held view that they were excluded from political life by the nobility ornobili, actually organized and ran for themselves hundreds of corporations within the city-state. Mercy was central to thispopolani's...
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Cambridge University Press, 2015. — 433 p. Against the backdrop of England's emergence as a major economic power, the development of early modern capitalism in general and the transformation of the Mediterranean, Maria Fusaro presents a new perspective on the onset of Venetian decline. Examining the significant commercial relationship between these two European empires during the...
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The John Hopkins University, 2002. — 561 p. Venice Reconsidered offers a dynamic portrait of Venice from the establishment of the Republic at the end of the thirteenth century to its fall to Napoleon in 1797. In contrast to earlier efforts to categorize Venice's politics as strictly republican and its society as rigidly tripartite and hierarchical, the scholars in this volume...
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University of Chicago Press, 1974. — 334 p. In this magisterial history, National Book Award winner William H. McNeill chronicles the interactions and disputes between Latin Christians and the Orthodox communities of eastern Europe during the period 1081–1797. Concentrating on Venice as the hinge of European history in the late medieval and early modern period, McNeill explores...
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Oxford University Press, 2001. — 240 p. Based on a fascinating body of previously unexamined archival material, this book brings to life the lost voices of ordinary Venetians during the age of Catholic revival. Looking at scripts that were brought to the city's ecclesiastical courts by spouses seeking to annul their marriage vows, this book opens up the emotional world of intimacy...
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Pegasus, 2013. — 368 p. A colorful new history of Venice that illuminates the character of the great city-state by shining a light on some of the most celebrated personalities of European history—Petrarch, Marco Polo, Galileo, Titian, Vivaldi, and Casanova. The Republic of Venice was the first great economic, cultural, and naval power of the modern Western world. After winning the...
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Brepols, 2015. — 352 p. This book focuses on three Italian cities in the early middle ages, Rome, Ravenna and Venice, and looks at them in a new light. The unifying element linking them was their common Byzantine past, since they remained in the sphere of imperial power after the creation of the Lombard kingdom in the late 6th century, up to 750. What happened to them when their...
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Нови Сад, 2006. — 241 с. Од праисторијских времена до римских освајања. Римска Италија до пада царства. Остроготи и Византија. Италија под Византијом и Лонгобардима. Италија под Францима, феудална анархија и римско-немачко царство. Прва борба између папства и царства и Нормани на југу. Комуне и краљевство. Гвелфи и гибелини, племићи и пучани. Папска власт, анжујци и сињорије....
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М.: Восточная литература, 1994. — 160 с. — ISBN 5-02-017836-5. В XIII-XV вв. Черноморье стало важнейшим перекрестком экономических и политических связей между Западом и Востоком. Автор монографии ставит задачу исследовать мореплавание того времени: типы кораблей и условия навигации, черноморское пиратство и корсарство, маршруты навигации, состав экипажей. Венецианская Республика...
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Диссертация на соискание ученой степени кандидата исторических наук: 07.00.03 — Всеобщая история. — Ярославский государственный университет. — Москва, 2018. — 301 с. Научный руководитель: доктор исторических наук, профессор Канинская Г.Н. Объект исследования: "Союз итальянских женщин" в период 1944-1968 гг. Цель: комплексное изучение истории "Союза итальянских женщин" как...
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The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008. — 310 p. Historian Eric R. Dursteler reconsiders identity in the early modern world to illuminate Veneto-Ottoman cultural interaction and coexistence, challenging the model of hostile relations and suggesting instead a more complex understanding of the intersection of cultures. Although dissonance and strife were certainly part of this...
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Profile Books, 2006. — 288 p. The Medici are famous as the rulers of Florence at the high point of the Renaissance. Their power is derived from the family bank, and this book tells the fascinating, frequently bloody story of the family and the dramatic development and collapse of their bank (from Cosimo who took it over in 1419 to his grandson Lorenzo the Magnificent who presided...
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Pegasus Books, 2011. — 448 p. By the end of the fifteenth century, Florence was well established as the home of the Renaissance. As generous patrons to the likes of Botticelli and Michelangelo, the ruling Medici embodied the progressive humanist spirit of the age, and in Lorenzo de' Medici (Lorenzo the Magnificent) they possessed a diplomat capable of guarding the militarily weak...
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William Morrow, 1999. — 364 p. At its height Renaissance Florence was a centre of enormous wealth, power and influence. A republican city-state funded by trade and banking, its often bloody political scene was dominated by rich mercantile families, the most famous of which were the Medici. This enthralling book charts the family's huge influence on the political, economic and...
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Pegasus Books, 2016. — 430 p. A dazzling history of the modest family that rose to become one of the most powerful in Europe, The Medici is a remarkably modern story of power, money, and ambition. Against the background of an age that saw the rebirth of ancient and classical learning Paul Strathern explores the intensely dramatic rise and fall of the Medici family in Florence, as...
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London: Routledge, 2010. — 235 p. Daniel Waley and Trevor Dean illustrate how, from the eleventh century onwards, many dozens of Italian towns achieved independence as political entities, unhindered by any centralising power. Until the fourteenth century, when the regimes of individual ‘tyrants’ took over in most towns, these communes were the scene of a precocious, and very...
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Oxford University Press, 2017. — 309 p. Electing the Pope in Early Modern Italy, 1450-1700 offers a radical reassessment of the history of early modern papacy, constructed through the first major analytical treatment of papal elections in English. Papal elections, with their ceremonial pomp and high drama, are compelling theater, but, until now, no one has analyzed them on the...
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Leiden: Brill, 2013. — 520 p. Naples was one of the largest cities in early modern Europe, and for about two centuries the largest city in the global empire ruled by the kings of Spain. Its crowded and noisy streets, the height of its buildings, the number and wealth of its churches and palaces, the celebrated natural beauty of its location, the many antiquities scattered in its...
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М.: ЦК МОПР, 1932. — 56 с. В брошюре рассказано о положении итальянских крестьян в годы фашистской диктатуры, вскрыта классовая сущность аграрных мероприятий фашистов. Повествуется о революционных настроениях итальянских крестьян и батраков, об их борьбе за свои права.
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М.: ЦК МОПР, 1932. — 56 с. В брошюре рассказано о положении итальянских крестьян в годы фашистской диктатуры, вскрыта классовая сущность аграрных мероприятий фашистов. Повествуется о революционных настроениях итальянских крестьян и батраков, об их борьбе за свои права.
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М.; Л.: Московский рабочий, 1929. — 260 с. В книге вскрываются социальные корни итальянского фашизма, рассказывается о его пути к власти, об установлении диктатуры Муссолини и "чернорубашечников", рассказывается о внутриполитических и внешнеполитических мероприятиях фашистов, их реакционной и империалистической сути. В конечном итоге, в издании, приуроченном к шестилетию режима...
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М.; Л.: Московский рабочий, 1929. — 260 с. В книге вскрываются социальные корни итальянского фашизма, рассказывается о его пути к власти, об установлении диктатуры Муссолини и "чернорубашечников", рассказывается о внутриполитических и внешнеполитических мероприятиях фашистов, их реакционной и империалистической сути. В конечном итоге, в издании, приуроченном к шестилетию режима...
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Leiden: Brill, 2013. — 542 p. The Companion to Medieval Palermo offers a panorama of the history of Medieval Palermo from the sixth to the fifteenth century. Often described by contrast with the communal reality of Medieval Italy as submitted to a royal (external) authority, the city is here given back its density and creativity. Important themes such as artistic and literary...
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Leiden: Brill, 2014. — 547 p. Milan was for centuries the most important center of economic, ecclesiastical and political power in Lombardy. As the State of Milan it extended in the Renaissance over a large part of northern and central Italy and numbered over thirty cities with their territories. A Companion to Late Medieval and early Modern Milan examines the story of the city...
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Leiden: Brill, 2016. — 551 p. — (Brill's Companions to European History). A Companion to Ostrogothic Italy is a concise yet comprehensive cutting edge survey of the rise and fall of Italy's first barbarian kingdom, the Ostrogothic state (ca. 489-554 CE). The volume's 18 essays provide readers with probing syntheses of recent scholarship on key topics, from the Ostrogothic army and...
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Cambridge University Press, 2002. — 291 p. This book breaks new ground by presenting a detailed description and history of one of the most famous companies of the early fourteenth century. This analysis of the Peruzzi Company produces a radical reassessment of what made the Florentine super-companies so exceptional: commodity trading, especially in grain, which required heavy...
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