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The Cultural Politics of Duke Cosimo I de' Medici Hardcover – 19 Jun 2001


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'This important collection of fifteen essays[...]is essential reading for anyone who is interested in the history of Florence or sixteenth-century culture.' Renaissance Journal 'The Cosimo that emerges from these pages is canny, focused and little short of brilliant in his ability to see the parts and the whole, and manipulate the parts to create the whole.' Renaissance Quarterly 'It is surprising that Duke Cosimo's cultural politics have received so little attention from English-speaking scholars of late Renaissance/Early Modern Italy and this book is all the more welcome because it fills succinctly such an important gap... Such a fine collection of articles should be a stimulus to further research...' Parergon 'These articles, together with Konrad Eisenbichler's excellent introduction, provide a much needed addition [...] and offer an example fo the complexity and diversity of current studies of the relationships between politics and culture.' Canadian Journal of History '... excellent and innovative...' Italian Studies

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Konrad Eisenbichler, Victoria University in the University of Toronto, Canada Konrad Eisenbichler, Marcello Simonetta, Mary Hewlett, Laura E. Hunt, Margaret A. Gallucci, Roger J. Crum, Paola Tinagli, Mary Weitzel Gibbons, Antonio Ricci, Mary Alexandra Watt, Deana Basile, Victoria Kirkham, Karen-edis Barzman, Domenico Zanre, Philip Gavitt, James Harper.

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