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by Roberto Weiss

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Roberto Weiss
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Series: Acls History E-book Project Reprint Series. Hardcover: 264 pages. This is a book for professional historians, especially Renaissance scholars, and not for a general audience.

Series: Acls History E-book Project Reprint Series. Publisher: ACLS History E-Book Project (December 28, 1980). Whole passages in Latin, Italian, and Greek are left untranslated for the reader, and unless you have some knowledge of Italian humanist culture, the references may be baffling. Nonetheless, scholars will find this an enjoyable and incredibly erudite little study.

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Weiss, Roberto The Renaissance discovery o f classical antiquity/R oberto Weiss. 2nd ed. p. cm. Bibliography :p. Includes index

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This book documents the rise of the study of classical antiquity during theĀ . Published October 1st 2011 by ACLS History E-Book Project.

This book documents the rise of the study of classical antiquity during the Renaissance. It begins with Petrarch in the 14th century and ends with the sack of Rome in 1527. org) online version of the same title. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

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The author traces the rise of a new attitude to classical antiquity, an attitude which became noticeable in the late 13th century but which came fully of age in the first half of the 15th century with humanists such as Poggio and Flavio Biodon.

His last book, the posthumously published The Renaissance Discovery of Classical Antiquity (1969) was an examination of the antiquarian studies of the renaissance humanists themselves, beginning with Petrarch and ending with the sack of Rome in 1527.

His last book, the posthumously published The Renaissance Discovery of Classical Antiquity (1969) was an examination of the antiquarian studies of the renaissance humanists themselves, beginning with Petrarch and ending with the sack of Rome in 1527 Weiss was known for the conciseness of his writing. He stated that he could have turned each of the last ten chapters of The Renaissance Discovery of Classical Antiquity into its own book

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This is the first paperback edition of this book, which was first published in 1969. The author traces the rise of a new attitude to classical antiquity, an attitude which became noticeable in the late 13th century but which came fully of age in the first half of the 15th century with humanists such as Poggio and Flavio Biodon. The book covers the period 1300 to 1527.