Trovati 8 documenti.

In search of God and self
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Wilcox, Donald J.

In search of God and self : Renaissance and Reformation thought / Donald J. Wilcox.

Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1975.

The Renaissance world
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The Renaissance world / edited by John Jeffries Martin.

New York ; London : Routledge, 2007.

The Routledge worlds

Humanists and reformers
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Thompson, Bard, (1925-)

Humanists and reformers : a history of the Renaissance and Reformation / Bard Thompson.

Grand Rapids, Mich. : W.B. Eerdmans, c1996.

Abstract: This beautifully produced volume presents a fascinating survey of two great traditions in human history--the Italian Renaissance and the age of the Reformation. Thompson's description of these periods and their major figures are illustrated with numerous images of personalities, art, and architecture of the times.

A world lit only by fire
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Manchester, William Raymond, (1922-)

A world lit only by fire : the medieval mind and the Renaissance : portrait of an age / William Manchester.

1st ed.

Boston : Little, Brown, c1992.

The civilization of Europe in the Renaissance
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Hale, J. R. (1923-)

The civilization of Europe in the Renaissance / John Hale.

1st American ed.

New York : Atheneum ; Toronto : Maxwell Macmillan Canada ; New York : Maxwell Macmillan International, 1994. poi: New York : Touchstone, 1994

Abstract: The masterpiece of Britain's leading Renaissance scholar. Winner of the Time-Life Silver Pen Award and The Royal Society of Literature Award. 'A superb evocation of the Europe of the "long 16th-century", wonderfully fresh and rich in its copious illustrative detail, full of innumerable delights. The book is the summation of John Hale's career as a historian, and as the crowning achievement of a master-designer whose richly fabricated works have given so much pleasure.' John Elliot, Regius Professor of Modern History at Oxford. 'The Civilization of Europe in the Renaissance' is the most ambitious achievement of Britain's leading Renaissance historian. John Hale has painted on a grand canvas an enthralling portrait of Europe and its civilization at a moment when 'Europe' first became an entity in the minds of its inhabitants. John Hale's Renaissance has no compartments. With astonishing range and subtlety of learning, he paints a gigantic picture of the age, enlivened by a multiplicity of themes, people and ideas. It contains memorable descriptions of painting, sculpture, poetry, architecture and music, but Hale is not simply concerned with the arts. He examines the dramatic changes during the period in religion, politics, economics and global discoveries. And throughout his book approaches the art of war and the art created for princes from the point of view of their impact on the imaginations, sensibilities and lives of ordinary people.

Renaissance Europe
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Jensen, De Lamar, (1925-)

Renaissance Europe : age of recovery and reconciliation / De Lamar Jensen.

Lexington, Mass. : D.C. Heath, c1981.

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Goody, Jack.

Renaissances : the one or the many? / Jack Goody.

New York : Cambridge University Press, 2010.

The European Renaissance
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Burke, Peter <1937->

The European Renaissance : centres and peripheries / Peter Burke.

Malden, Mass. : Blackwell Publishers, 1998.

Making of Europe

Abstract: Providing an account of the geography, chronology and sociology of one of the major cultural movements in European history, this text focuses on the late Renaissance, when the new cultural forms and ideas reached the Celtic, Scandinavian & Slav areas.