5 edition of Culture and society in Venice, 1470-1790 found in the catalog.
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|Series||Studies in cultural history|
|LC Classifications||DG675.6 .L64 1972b|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||344|
|LC Control Number||77110684|
Venice - Venice - Cultural heritage: the myth of Venice: Reacting to their physical environment and to a variety of cultural influences—from Italy, northern Europe, and the East—the Venetians consciously designed their city as an exceptional place. They regarded it as a divinely ordained centre of religious, civic, and commercial life, a community blessed by St. Mark, protected by its. Venice (vĕn´Ĭs), Ital. Venezia, city ( pop. ,), capital of Venetia and of Venice prov., NE Italy, built on alluvial islets within a lagoon in the Gulf of Venice (an arm of the Adriatic Sea). The city is connected with the mainland, mi (4 km) away, by a rail and highway bridge. Between the islands run about canals, mostly very narrow, crossed by some bridges.
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Venice was also home to the first public opera house, and later, to one of the most famous opera houses in the world: La Fenice, built in , and tragically destroyed by fire in but now restored to full glory with operas and concerts once again being performed. In today's world of intellectual property disputes, industrial espionage, and book signings by famous authors, one easily loses sight of the historical nature of the attribution and ownership of texts. In Openness, Secrecy, Authorship: Technical Arts and the Culture of Knowledge from Antiquity to the Renaissance, Pamela Long combines intellectual history with the history of science and.
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Culture and society in Venice, London, Batsford, (OCoLC) Document Type. The mythology of Venice --Venetian society --The Venetian dominions and their cultural setting --The active and contemplative life --Intellectual life --Literature --Artistic Theory and propaganda for the artist --Patronage and collecting of art --The visual arts --Music and music patronage --Continuity and change in Venetian tradition.
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In late sixteenth-century Venice, nearly 60 percent of all patrician women joined convents, and only a minority of these women did so voluntarily. In trying to explain why unprecedented numbers of patrician women did not marry, historians have claimed that dowries became too by: O.
Logan, Culture and Society in Venice: – (London, ), offers a broad survey of aspects of Venetian culture in their historical context; the richest consideration of the complexities of culture and society can be found in the various contributions to Dalla controriforma alla fine délia repubblica: il Seicento, Storia della Cited by: 3.
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Her mother was a peasant and her parents were not married at the time of her mater: University of Padua. In more than two dozen books and hundreds of articles, his work spanned economics, history, philosophy and political science. Hale, Culture and Society in Venice The.
Catherine Cornaro (Greek: Αικατερίνη Κορνάρο, Venetian: Catarina Corner) (25 November – 10 July ) was the last monarch of the Kingdom of was queen consort of Cyprus by marriage to James II of Cyprus, regent of Cyprus during the minority of her son James III of Cyprus in –, and finally queen regnant of : 25 NovemberVenice, Republic of Venice.
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