The Italian Renaissance

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The Teaching Company,
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c2005.
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English
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When considering the Italian Renaissance, the extraordinary sculptures of Michelangelo, the incomparable paintings of Leonardo da Vinci, or the immortal written works of Petrarch and Machiavelli spring to mind. Why there was such an artistic, cultural, and intellectual explosion at the start of the 14th century in Italy and not another part of Europe? Why did it ultimately fail in the middle of the 16th century? These lectures explore the underlying social, political, economic, and religious forces that made Renaissance Italy capable of its contributions to art, culture, and science that made much of modern life possible.
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(OCoLC)63189113
Diplomatic relations.
Part III. lecture 25. The crisis: the French invasion of 1494 ; Lecture 26. Florence in turmoil ; Lecture 27. Savonarola and the Republic ; Lecture 28. The Medici restored ; Lecture 29. The sack of Rome, 1527 ; Lecture 30. Niccolò Machiavelli -- Lecture 31. Alessandro de'Medici ; Lecture 32. The monarchy of Cosimo I ; Lecture 33. Guicciardini and 'The History of Italy' ; Lecture 34. The Counter-Reformation ; Lecture 35. The end of the Renaissance in Italy ; Lecture 36. Echoes of the Renaissance.
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9781598030600
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subject_facet Architecture and state -- Italy, Art, Renaissance -- Italy, Castiglione, Baldassarre, -- conte, -- 1478-1529, European literature -- Renaissance, 1450-1600, Florence (Italy) -- Kings and rulers, Humanism -- Italy, Italy -- Civilization -- 1268-1559, Italy -- Foreign relations -- 1268-1492, Italy -- Foreign relations -- 1492-1559, Italy -- History -- 1268-1492, Italy -- History -- 1492-1559, Italy -- Intellectual life -- 1268-1559, Italy -- Politics and government -- 1268-1559, Italy -- Religion, Italy -- Social conditions -- 1268-1559, Italy -- Social life and customs, Ludovico Sforza, -- Duke of Milan, -- 1452-1508, Machiavelli, Niccolò, -- 1469-1527, Medici, Alessandro de', -- 1510-1537, Medici, Lorenzo de', -- 1492-1519, Milan (Italy) -- Kings and rulers, Religion and politics -- Italy -- Florence, Renaissance -- Italy, Rome (Italy) -- Kings and rulers, Savonarola, Girolamo, -- 1452-1498, Venice (Italy) -- Kings and rulers, Visconti, Gian Galeazzo
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