Remembering the Renaissance

Remembering the Renaissance
Author : Kenneth Gouwens
Publisher : BRILL
Total Pages : 232
Release : 1998
ISBN 10 : 9004109692
ISBN 13 : 9789004109698
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Remembering the Renaissance Book Description:

This study, drawing extensively upon manuscript sources, provides the first comprehensive account of how Rome's humanist community coped with the 1527 sack of the city, an event traditionally viewed as signaling the transition from the Renaissance to the Catholic Reformation.


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