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Scientific Development and Misconceptions Through the Ages: A Reference Guide - Page 116
by Robert E. Krebs - 1999 - 286 pages
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A History of Literary Criticism in the Renaissance

Joel Elias Spingarn - 1899 - 330 pages
...professions, and its creators patronized by kings and emperors from time immemorial. There were then at the end of the Middle Ages, and the beginning of the Renaissance, two opposing tendencies in regard to the poetic art, one representing the humanistic reverence for...
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The Golden Days of the Renaissance in Rome: From the Pontificate of Julius ...

Rodolfo Amedeo Lanciani - 1906 - 340 pages
...the end of the ancient and the beginning of the mediaeval periods, so the grave of that Pope marks the end of the Middle Ages and the beginning of the Renaissance. The transition from one to the other was neither sudden nor noticeable at first, but the simple fact...
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The guilds of Florence

Edgcumbe Staley - 1906 - 622 pages
...the Commune. • • ••»•*• It is a question of unusual difficulty to determine precisely the end of the Middle Ages and the beginning of the Renaissance. Italians, and Florentines in particular, never quite sank to the dismal level of other peoples —...
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THE GOLDEN DAYS OF THE RENAISSANCE IN ROME FROM THE PONTIFICATE OF JULIUS II ...

RODOLFO LANCIANI - 1906
...the end of the ancient and the beginning of the mediaeval periods, so the grave of that Pope marks the end of the Middle Ages and the beginning of the Renaissance. The transition from one to the other was neither sudden nor noticeable at first, but the simple fact...
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Festival, Comedy and Tragedy: The Greek Origins of Theatre

Francisco Rodríguez Adrados - 1975 - 470 pages
...Greek religion. So that this may be seen more clearly, a point of comparison may be offered. Towards the end of the Middle Ages and the beginning of the Renaissance in Europe we find a tripartite, not a bipartite, division of Theatre. There was the profane Theatre,...
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International Law in Historical Perspective: Inter-State disputes and their ...

J. H. W. Verzijl - 1976 - 646 pages
...vogue in the works of moralists, theologians and lawyers of the era at which we have now arrived, ie, the end of the Middle Ages and the beginning of the Renaissance, one would expect to see it constantly applied by arbitral tribunals. But this is by no means the case...
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Music Theory: Problems and Practices in the Middle Ages and Renaissance ...

Lloyd Ultan - 1977 - 267 pages
...selected long after the fact. There is much difference of opinion about when one might securely date the end of the Middle Ages and the beginning of the Renaissance. The styles of the earlier period gradually evolved into those of the later period. However, some of...
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Structural Anthropology, Volume 2

Claude Lv̌i-Strauss - 1983 - 383 pages
...one. It is the most ancient, most general form of what we designate by the name of humanism. When, at the end of the Middle Ages and the beginning of the Renaissance, Greco-Roman antiquity was rediscovered, and when the Jesuits made Greek and Latin the basis of intellectual...
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The Kristeva Reader

Julia Kristeva - 1986 - 327 pages
...distinction We shall use the term novel to describe the kind of narrative that starts to emerge clearly at the end of the Middle Ages and the beginning of the Renaissance. The object of our analysis, Jehan de Saintré by Antoine de la Sale, is a perfect example of such a...
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Music in Society: A Guide to the Sociology of Music

Ivo Supicic, Ivo Supi@i@, Supǐci ́c, Ivo - 1987 - 488 pages
...representative of this new school was Alcman, active between 628 and 600 BC Two millenia later, the culture at the end of the Middle Ages and the beginning of the Renaissance had its own strong sense of ostentatious display, a sense strictly associated with the requirements...
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