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La città medievale
Author: Jacques Le Goff
Publisher: Giunti Editore
ISBN: 8809769244
Pages: 250
Year: 2011-06-29T00:00:00+02:00
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ePub: FL0749; PDF: FL1582
Firenze Pocket
Author: Giacomo Bassi
Publisher: EDT srl
ISBN: 8859240239
Pages: 240
Year: 2017-03-02T00:00:00+01:00
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Elegante, raffinata e forse anche un po' presuntuosa. Firenze è molto più che la culla del Rinascimento italiano. Certo, ci sono i palazzi medievali simbolo di ricchezza e potere, le imponenti chiese e i musei carichi di opere d'arte; ma basta guardare oltre per scoprire una città moderna e vivace, che stupisce per il suo spirito modaiolo e cosmopolita.
Valencia Pocket
Author: Andy Symington
Publisher: EDT srl
ISBN: 8859240263
Pages: 160
Year: 2017-04-20T00:00:00+02:00
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Terza città in ordine di grandezza della Spagna, Valencia è magnifica, un posto splendidamente vivibile con un brillante panorama culturale e gastronomico e un'animata vita notturna. L'architettura contemporanea ne è il fiore all'occhiello, ma non mancano favolosi edifici in stile modernista, musei eccellenti e una città vecchia estesa e caratteristica. La regione è famosa per i piatti a base di riso, come la paella, ma la scelta culinaria è vastissima. Da non perdere; vita in città; il meglio di Valencia. In questa guida: cartine di ogni quartiere; itinerari a piedi; giorno per giorno; suggerimenti indipendenti al 100%.
Amsterdam Pocket
Author: Abigail Blasi, Catherine Le Nevez
Publisher: EDT srl
ISBN: 8859254167
Pages: 192
Year: 2018-10-04T14:10:00+02:00
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Amsterdam sfoggia il proprio retaggio negli affascinanti canali, nei musei colmi di capolavori, nelle sale di degustazione del Jenever e nei tradizionali Bruin Café illuminati dalle candele. Ma lo spirito libero di questa città é anche il risultato del melting pot di etnie e culture. Il tutto confezionato in poco spazio e con un'atmosfera quasi da paese. In questa guida: cartine di ogni zona; itinerari a piedi; giorno per giorno; suggerimenti indipendenti al 100%.
Vienna Pocket
Author: Kerry Christiani, Catherine Le Nevez, Donna Wheeler
Publisher: EDT srl
ISBN: 8859240352
Pages: 160
Year: 2017-11-21T00:00:00+01:00
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Edifici storici in stile barocco e palazzi imperiali, eleganti Kaffeehäuser illuminati da sontuosi lampadari e Beisin rivestiti di pannelli di legno: Vienna è profondamente radicata nella sua storia, ma è anche all'avanguardia nei settori del design, dell'architettura, dell'arte contemporanea e della ristorazione, nonché in tema di ecosostenibilità. Il passato di Vienna vive nel suo presente e nel suo futuro. Da non perdere: tutti i luoghi da vedere e i consigli degli esperti per rendere indimenticabile il viaggio. Vita in città: scoprite i segreti di Vienna con una guida alle zone più amate dagli abitanti. Il meglio di Vienna: itinerari a piedi, cibo, arte, architettura, shopping, panorami, vita notturna e altro. Cartina estraibile; cartine di ogni zona; itinerari a piedi; giorno per giorno. Suggerimenti indipendenti al 100%.

Primavera 1945
Author: Gianni Oliva
Publisher: Giunti Editore
ISBN: 8809769295
Pages: 250
Year: 2011-06-29T00:00:00+02:00
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ePub: FL0754; PDF: FL1587
Stories of Women in the Middle Ages
Author: Maria Teresa Brolis
Publisher:
ISBN: 0773554785
Pages: 208
Year: 2018-11-30
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An insightful window into the lives of women in the Middle Ages.
Subject Catalog
Author: Library of Congress
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Year: 1979
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A Day in a Medieval City
Author: Chiara Frugoni, Arsenio Frugoni
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 0226266346
Pages: 206
Year: 2005-09-01
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A vast array of images and vignettes depicts the everyday hardships and commonplace pleasures of people living in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries in a dawn-to-dark account of life in the late Middle Ages that captures the era's religious, economic, institutional, educational, leisure, cultural, and social practices and institutions.
This volume presents most of the papers given at a workshop held in Oxford at All Souls College in 2014, part of a research project which focuses on Northern and Central Byzantine and post-Byzantine Italy between 750 and 1000, and proposes a comparison between the development of three cities: Venice, Ravenna and Rome. These three cities share a common feature, which is to find themselves outside the framework of Longobard-Frankish power and society. A comparison between them allows us to glimpse the political, social and cultural development of areas in which the points of reference inherited from the past remain always more 'Roman' than 'Longobard' or 'Frankish'. These three cities have geopolitical characteristics which make them very different from each other: one is effectively independent from Frankish and Ottonian power (Venice), a second is formally independent but nevertheless much involved with Frankish politics (Rome), and the third becomes increasingly an integral part of the imperial system (Ravenna). The social and cultural analysis proposed here therefore includes political and ideological practice as well as self-representation through material culture. It aims to discuss the convergences and the divergences between the political realities and the political rhetoric, images and ideology, of early medieval Italy's empires, and to highlight the ways in which these have contributed to creating the cultures and societies of these three cities. Ultimately, its aim is to illuminate the factors which created the political, social, cultural, religious, artistic and material identity of early medieval Rome, Ravenna and Venice, based on their perception of both their past and their contemporary environments.
The City in History
Author: Lewis Mumford
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 0156180359
Pages: 657
Year: 1961
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An examination of Cities of the Western world tracing their development from Egypt through the Middle Ages to the present
Bibliografia nazionale italiana
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Ancient Civilizations, Grades 1-3
Author: Evan-Moor Educational Publishers, Jill Norris
Publisher: Evan Moor Educational Publishers
ISBN: 1557999007
Pages: 96
Year: 2003-01-01
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Includes: "historical background facts; reproducible reading booklets; picture dictionary; arts and crafts activities; evaluation forms."--Cover.
A Gift of Sanctuary
Author: Candace Robb
Publisher: Diversion Publishing Corp.
ISBN: 1626819807
Pages: 324
Year: 2015-07-28
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“Robb deftly interweaves a complex story of love, passion and murder into the troubled and tangled fabric of Welsh history, fashioning a rich and satisfying novel.” —PUBLISHERS WEEKLY Under the pretense of escorting his father-in-law and the archbishop’s secretary on a pilgrimage to the sacred city of St. David’s in Wales, Owen Archer and Geoffrey Chaucer, in truth, are carrying out a mission for the Duke of Lancaster. England and France are at war, and the southern coast of Wales is vulnerable to invasion—Owen and Geoffrey are to recruit archers for the duke’s army and inspect his Welsh fortifications on the coast, while quietly investigating whether the duke’s steward at Cydweli Castle is involved in a French plot to incite rebellion in Wales. But trouble precedes them in the cathedral city of St. David’s. On Whitesands Beach beyond the city a young man is beaten and left for dead, then spirited away by a Welsh bard. Shortly afterward a corpse clothed in the livery of the Duke of Lancaster is left at the city gate, his shoes filled with white sand. Meanwhile, at Cydweli Castle, a chain of events begun by the theft of money from the castle’s exchequer ends in a violent death and the disappearance of the steward’s beautiful young wife. Owen and Geoffrey begin to see connections linking the troubles in city and castle, and learn they must unravel the complex story of betrayed love and political ambition to prevent more deaths. But in the course of his investigations in the land of his birth, Owen is haunted by doubts about his own loyalties...

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