Farnese. Pomp, Power, and Politics in Reinassance Italy.
- Series: Analecta Romana Instituti Danici. Supplementa. (L'Erma), 38
- Format: 19 x 28,5 cm
- Binding: Paperback
- Pages and Illustrations: 246, 160 b/w ill
- Publication Year: 2007
From the Contents:
Acknowledgements; I. Introduction: Objective, Concepts, Method and Literature; II. The General Italian Historical Background; III. The Manifestation of Power, Magnificenza, Reinassance and Humanism; IV. The History of the Farnese Family until 1534; V. The Manifestation and Incipient Magnificenza of the Farnese Family; Isola Bisentina. "Farneseland" and the Palazzo Farnese in Rome (Until 1534); VI. The Farnese Family in the International Politics. Paul III, the Papal States and Nepotism (1534-1558); VII. The Manifestation and Magnificenzia of the Farnese Family (1534-1558); VIII. The Ducheies of Parma and Piacenza Restablished and Consolidated (1558-1630); IX. State and Ducal Magnificenza 1558-1630. Palace Bulding and Town Planning at Piacenza and Parma, in Caprarola and Roma; X. The Farnese and the Other Italian Princely Houses; Summing up and Conclusion; Reference and notes on the individual Chapters; Note on the Illustrations; Unpublished and Special Sources; Bibliography; Annexes.
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