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The life in Florence in the 15th Century - Mary A. Johnstone

DATA DI RILASCIO 24/01/1968
DIMENSIONE DEL FILE 3,56
ISBN 9788822217684
LINGUAGGIO ITALIANO
AUTRICE/AUTORE Mary A. Johnstone
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.... Firenze, L.S. Olschki, 1968 (OCoLC)605033762 In 1293, the historical process begun in the 12th century was to reach its natural conclusion - the Magnati were prohibited from taking part in the political life of the city ... Florence: The Center of Early Italian Renaissance Art ... . In the late 13th century Florence reached the zenith of its economic and demographic development. Food in 15th Century Florence Alessandra Torrigiani d'Arezzo This discussion covers mainly the food available in Quattrocento Italy to merchants and nobility. In particular, I have focused on the foods that would have been eaten by my persona and family, upwardly mobile silk merchants residing in Florence in 1455-1477. Renaissance and Humanism in Europe in the 15th and 16th c ... Life in the 15th Century: Peasants - White Oak Society ... . In particular, I have focused on the foods that would have been eaten by my persona and family, upwardly mobile silk merchants residing in Florence in 1455-1477. Renaissance and Humanism in Europe in the 15th and 16th centuries Musée protestant > The 16th century > Renaissance and Humanism in Europe in the 15th and 16th centuries. At the end of the Hundred Years' War in 1453, Europe was peaceful for a while as there were less disease epidemics and less conflicts. Researchers from the Division of Paleopathology of Pisa University (Pisa, Italy) exhumed the well-preserved skeleton of Maria Salviati (1499-1543), wife of Giovanni de' Medici, named "Giovanni of the Black Bands," in Florence in 2012. Many lytic lesions had affected the skull of Maria on the frontal bone and on the parietal bones. These lesions are pathognomonic for syphilis. As a result of the plague, life expectancy in late 14th-century Florence was just under 20 years - half of what it had been in 1300. From the mid-14th-century onwards, thousands of people from all across Europe - from London and Paris to Ghent, Mainz and Siena - died. Renaissance Sculpture in Florence. Renaissance sculpture originated in Florence in the 15th century and was deeply influenced by classical sculpture. ... Ghiberti's bronze doors consist of 28 panels depicting scenes from the life of Christ, the four evangelists, and the Church Fathers Saints Ambrose, Jeromy, Gregory, and Augustine. de Medici and Florence. In the 15th century when the de Medici was at the height of their powers, they dominated Florence. However, they were eager to appear as first among equals, they went to great lengths to allow the other noble and wealthy families to secure many of the offices in the City-Republic's government. This reconciled many of them to the domination of their Republic by one family....