History of Venice, Том 2

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Harvard University Press, 2007 - Всего страниц: 357
Pietro Bembo (1470–1547), a Venetian nobleman, later a cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church, was a celebrated Latin stylist and was widely admired for his writings in Italian as well. His early dialogue on the subject of love influenced the development of the literary vernacular, as did his Prose della volgar lingua (1525). From 1513 to 1521 he served Pope Leo X as Latin secretary and became known as the leading advocate of Ciceronian Latin in Europe and of the Tuscan dialect within Italy. He was named official historian of Venice in 1529 and began to compose in Latin his continuation of the city's history in twelve books, covering the years from 1487 to 1513. Although the work chronicles internal politics and events, much of it is devoted to the external affairs of Venice, principally conflicts with other European states (France, Spain, the Holy Roman Empire, Milan, and the papacy) and with the Turks in the East.
 

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Causes of the Neapolitanshatred for the French 2
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14871493
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Great floods in Lombardy certain trials held in Venice 5
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Grain storerooms built at Venice near St Marks Square
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fortunes of the French and Ferrandino in the Kingdom of Naples 21
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from Naples and his death his son Ferrandino succeeds to the kingship
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Maria da Sanseverino 12 The Germans leave Rovereto 14 Luca
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turn Cyprus over to Venice 35 Laws passed and Senate decrees 42
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exiles from the domain of Charles 60 Siege of Novara by the allies
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Innocent VIII and the election of Alessandro Borgia alliance of the pope
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Note on the Text and Translation
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