Pagan Virtue in a Christian World

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Harvard University Press, 4 янв. 2016 г. - Всего страниц: 367
In 1462 Pope Pius II performed the only reverse canonization in history, damning a living man to an afterlife of torment. What had Sigismondo Malatesta, Lord of Rimini and a patron of the arts, done to merit this fate? Anthony D’Elia shows how the recovery of classical literature and art during the Italian Renaissance led to a revival of paganism.
 

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List of Illustrations 1 The Popes Wrath and the Black Legend
Court Culture and the Renaissance in Rimini
The Greek Renaissance and the Return of the Paideia
An Ancient Hero on Renaissance Battlefields
Astrology Plato and Pagan Worship
Pagan Sex and Heroic Virtue
Questioning Virtue in Malatesta Literature
Sigismondos Peril and Defiance
The Pagan Renaissance
Notes
Acknowledgments
Index
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