5 edition of A historical guide to Florence found in the catalog.
|Statement||[by] John W. Higson, Jr.|
|LC Classifications||DG734.2 .H53|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
|LC Control Number||72091632|
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An excellent general background to the history and development of Florence is Christopher Hibbert's book Florence, The Biography of a City. published by the Folio Society in An important reason for visitng Florence is because it was the birthplace of the Renaissance and . Europe Florence General History Italy Travel Tuscany. Customer Reviews. 5 ratings. Write a review. Can't leave home without it! Published by User, 14 years ago I can think of no better book to guide you around the hill country of Tuscany than this DK guide. It not only provides in depth views of the great landmarks of Florence.
parties and balls; a complete guide for letter writing and cards of compliment; hints on managing servants, on the preservation of health, and on accomplishments. and also. useful receipts for the complexion, hair, and with hints and directions for the care of the wardrobe. by florence hartley, author of the "ladies' hand book of fancy and. FROM BERLIN TO ROME, FROM ROME TO NAPLES, FROM ROME TO FLORENCE. My previous enthusiastically detailed material paid thorough attention to Adolf Hitler’s state visit to Italy back in May with his days in Rome. As a result of the most pompous diplomatic welcoming of all times (Mussolini’s visit to Germany in September ), Duce was emotionally hungry not only to .
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Subjects: Florence (Italy) -- History. Florence (Italy) -- Description and travel. Florence -- History. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items. New York, Universe Books  Edition/Format: Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
Subjects: Florence (Italy) -- Description and travel. Travel. Italy -- Florence. More like this: Similar Items. Florence is "the home of history", as Burckhardt noted, and during the past years more good books have been written about Florence, Florentines, and their history than about just about anything else.
I agree enthusiastically with thursday_next_16 and lastraniera that the best traditional guide books to Florence and to Tuscany are those produced by Blue Guides. Books Set in Florence. (The Catholic Historical Review, July )"[This] is the best history of Florence in any language, and it will long remain so, for Najemy has mastered the relevant literature more thoroughly than any other historian in living memory." by an expert guide to the complex political society of medieval and Renaissance Florence."Reviews: Lots of information packed in this book as with most general history books.
I did not read all of this just the pages I needed for research. I would probably only read the rest if I was ever going to visit Florence. That being said it is well written and easy to follow.
A good book for anyone interested in /5(10). In this history of Florence, distinguished historian John Najemy discusses all the major developments in Florentine history from to Captures Florence's transformation from a medieval commune into an aristocratic republic, territorial state, and monarchy "There is much to praise about this book.
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GRANT ALLEN'S HISTORICAL CULTURE TOURIST GUIDE - FLORENCE, ITALY BY Seller Rating: % positive. My old edition of the Blue Guide to Florence has six pages in its "historical sketch" of Florence, plus 17 and a half pages on the Florentine Renaissance.
My old copy of the Blue Guide has an 8 and a half- page general index, plus an page index to artists mentioned in the book. This book is a way to relive that history: after reading it, you’ll never look at Venice in quite the same way (at least, I won’t!).
As a bonus, Crowley’s prose is so beautiful and easy to read that while City of Fortune is a fairly dense history book, packed with information, it’s also an engaging book that is a truly enjoyable read. Written history of Florence traditionally begins in 59 BC, when the Romans founded the village for army veterans, and reportedly dedicated it to the god Mars.
According to some stories, the city was founded for precise political and strategic reasons; in 62 BC, Fiesole (a region in Florence) was a cove for Catilines, and Caesar wanted an.
Answer 31 of I HOPE to be going to Florence in April I would like to purchase a guide book that has detailed descriptions of museums and historical sites.
Which is. Many books of this kind try to cover a large number of artworks and in so doing give none the in-depth attention they deserve; An Art Lover's Guide to Florence, on the other hand, takes time to explain the social, political and historical context of the Florentine Renaissance, and then picks out key works and analyses them in depth.
This is a fabulous guide to art, politics, history, and social change as they affected Florence and Italy from about - It highlights specific places. -- churches, museums, etc -- and tells us the stories of the places and the art within them/5(91). Read our Telegraph Travel expert guide to a weekend in Florence, including the best places to stay, eat, and drink as well as the top things to do.
Title: Florence: Travel Guide (Collins Traveller) Item Condition: used item in a very good condition. Author: Florence Historical Society Book Committee ISBN Publisher: HarperCollins Travel ISBN Seller Rating: % positive. In the introduction to his book, Boccaccio estimates that more thanpeople - over half of the city’s inhabitants - died within the walls of Florence between March and the following.
Cover a lot of ground in a short amount of time when you book this tour of Florence's historic sights via golf cart. While a guide shares an insider's perspective on the culture and history of the birthplace of the Renaissance, you sit back and relax in the roomy electric cart.
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You can find both books and eBooks, including inexpensive and free editions. Clicking on the link will take you to the website, where you can often find several formats of the same book.This book is loaded with lots of accurate historical details, a complete account of the Medici family from the first step of Giovanni di Bicci and Cosimo until the family’s last members in the 18th century, “this enthralling book charts the family’s huge influence on the political, economic and cultural history of Florence”.The remarkable story of how the dome of Florence's duomo was designed and built.
The City of Florence (R. W. B. Lewis, ). The author's year love affair with Florence started in the chaos of World War II; this book is both a personal biography and an informal history of the city. Dark Water (Robert Clark, ). Florentines race to save.