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by Charles G. Nauert

ePub Historical Dictionary of the Renaissance (Historical Dictionaries of Ancient Civilizations and Historical Eras) download
Author:
Charles G. Nauert
ISBN13:
978-0810848672
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0810848678
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Publisher:
Scarecrow Press (December 20, 2003)
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Nauert's dictionary is strongly recommended for academic libraries, either as part of the Historical Dictionary of Ancient Civilizations .

Nauert's dictionary is strongly recommended for academic libraries, either as part of the Historical Dictionary of Ancient Civilizations and Historical Era series or as a standalone resource. Nauert leaves no stone unturned in his selection of entries as he included lesser-known figures such as Italian naturalist Ulisse Aldrovandi and Alsatian painter Martin Schongauer in his volume, in addition to the more famous Petrarchs and Michelangelos of the Renaissance. a useful reference tool that.

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Traditional history of the Renaissance has almost totally ignored the role of women. There is some justification for this, since relatively few women had the opportunity to gain enough education to participate in what remained a predominantly male culture

Traditional history of the Renaissance has almost totally ignored the role of women. There is some justification for this, since relatively few women had the opportunity to gain enough education to participate in what remained a predominantly male culture.

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Development of civilization seen through the history of the ancient societies of the world. An example of the importance that rivers had in ancient civilizations can be found in Mesopotamia, whose name means between rivers.

A historical dictionary or dictionary on historical principles is a type of dictionary which deals not only with the present-day meanings of words but also the historical development of their forms and meanings.

A historical dictionary or dictionary on historical principles is a type of dictionary which deals not only with the present-day meanings of words but also the historical development of their forms and meanings

This Dictionary covers a civilization largely forgotten until recently. This dictionary includes hundreds of entries on important persons, places, essential institutions, and the significant aspects of the society, economy, material culture, and warfare of this ancient people.

This Dictionary covers a civilization largely forgotten until recently. A 16-page photospread, introductory essay, chronology, and bibliography complement the dictionary entries. For general readers and scholars alike who are interested in ancient history.

Historical Dictionaries of Religions, Philosophies, and Movements Series Lexika. 12. The Renaissance, Charles G. Nauert, 2004. 13. Ancient Israel, Niels Peter Lemche, 2004. Historical Dictionaries of Ancient Civilizations and Historical Eras ist eine wissenschaftliche Buchreihe mit historischen Lexika zu verschiedenen alten Kulturen und historischen Zeitaltern, die seit 1999 bei der Scarecrow Press erscheint. Bisher erschienen über zwanzig Bände. 1. Ancient Egypt, Morris L. Bierbrier, 1999. 14. The Hittites, Charles Burney, 2004.

The Historical Dictionary of the Renaissance is designed to be a handy reference covering the history of the European Renaissance, the period between about 1350 and the early 17th century. It emphasizes the new humanistic learning, the vernacular literature, the innovative artistic styles, and the music because these were the activities that gave rise to the concept of a Renaissance. Because "Renaissance" is primarily a cultural concept, less attention is given to political, social, and economic developments. Nevertheless, there are substantial entries on major Italian cities where the Renaissance first developed, and also on topics like printing, the 14th-century economic depression, the Inquisition, witchcraft, and the history of the church. Chronologically, there is considerable overlap between the age of the Renaissance and the age of the Reformation. Individuals related to the Reformation are treated here only to the extent that they were involved in the development of Renaissance culture; the same is true of political leaders. There is also a chronological overlap between the later Middle Ages and the Renaissance. In such cases, this Dictionary follows a strictly practical policy: if readers would benefit from discussion of a traditionally medieval topic that continued to influence Renaissance Europe (for example, the Avignonese Papacy, the Western Schism, the Hundred Years' War, Dante), the topic is treated here. Traditional history of the Renaissance has almost totally ignored the role of women. There is some justification for this, since relatively few women had the opportunity to gain enough education to participate in what remained a predominantly male culture. In particular, a mere handful of women had the opportunity to master Latin, the language of higher education and most book-learning. Yet our own society has special interest in the history of women, and this reference makes a special effort to provide information on the women who did manage to become authors, on women who a