4 edition of Studies in Venetian social and economic history found in the catalog.
Studies in Venetian social and economic history
Frederic Chapin Lane
|Statement||Frederic C. Lane ; edited by Benjamin G. Kohl and Reinhold C. Mueller.|
|Series||Variorum reprint ;, CS254|
|Contributions||Kohl, Benjamin G., Mueller, Reinhold C.|
|LC Classifications||HC308.V4 L36 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||346 p. in various pagings :|
|Number of Pages||346|
|LC Control Number||87160893|
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provides a chronology of Venetian history that stretches from the fourth century to This book provided dates and a framework for both the economic rise and fall of the Republic. The book ends with the fall of the Republic after the Treaty Passarowitz in , but does not el aborate on the events leading up to Venice’s surrender on 12 May. Looking to dine in Las Vegas? The Venetian features 40+ restaurants ranging from the simple to the extravagant. Indulge your palates at the best Las Vegas restaurants.
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London: Variorum Reprints, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Frederic Chapin Lane; Benjamin G Kohl; Reinhold C Mueller. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprod. d'articles de l'auteur publiés en anglais et en italien de à Includes index. Venice and History: The Collected Papers of Frederic C.
Lane, edited by a committee of colleagues and former students. Foreword by Fernand Braudel () Studies in Venetian social and economic history by Frederic C.
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It aims at broad coverage of themes of economic and social change, including the intellectual. Molly Greene studies the history of the Mediterranean Basin, the Ottoman Empire, and the Greek world.
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examines the transition from Venetian to Ottoman rule on the island of Crete, which. Studies in History, a peer-reviewed journal, aims to publish original works with information, arguments and insights that contribute significantly to the field of historical research. The journal reflects the considerable expansion and diversification that has occurred in historical research in India in recent years.
In its breadth and detail, the book takes its place as a distinguished contribution to Venetian studies."—Debra Pincus, CAA Reviews Winner of The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation Best Book Prize in Renaissance Venetian Studies, sponsored by the Renaissance Society of America.
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Rich in new material and full of human interest, the book sheds light on a significant, hitherto little-known sector in Venetian artistic patronage.
Blake de Maria is assistant professor of art history and director of the Medieval/Renaissance Studies Program at Santa Clara University. The result will detail how the Venetian trade in printed books, the largest in 15th-century Europe, developed and expanded, at the same time offering a substantial contribution, based on solid and extensive evidence, to the economic and social history of the Renaissance.
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Note that the title is "The Venetians." Although the author does discuss some long-term themes of Venetian history, the book is more a collection of personal studies--sort of Venetian celebrity-gazing from the 13th to the 18th centuries. Veri well writte and interesting, with some insights I had not seen in other books about Venice/5(32).