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Roman monarchy and the Renaissance prince 2011 book

Roman monarchy and the Renaissance prince

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Roman monarchy and the Renaissance prince

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serie: Ideas in context 79 
ISBN : 9780521869898, 0521869897 
publisher: Cambridge University Press 
publish year: 2011 
pages: 361 
language: English 
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Table Of Contents

Introduction
Part I. The Roman princeps: 1. The Roman theory of monarchy
Part II. The Roman Theory and the Formation of the Renaissance princeps: 2. (a) The Roman theory and the rex in the Regnum Siciliae
(b) The Roman theory and the rise of the signori
Part III. The Humanist princeps in the Trecento: 3. Royal humanisim in the Regnum Siciliae
4. Princely humanism in the Italian civitas
Part IV. The Humanist princeps from Quattrocento to High Renaissance: 5. (a) The Senecan princeps in Viscontean Milan
(b) The Senecan princeps in Aragonese Naples
(c) The Senecan princeps in Habsburg Europe
Part V. The Machiavellian Attack: 6. The strategy
7. The battle
Conclusion
Bibliography.


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