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Englisch
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Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2000
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1 Online-Ressource (xii, 357 pages) : digital, PDF file(s)
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978-0-511-52312-0 ebook
Weitere Ausgaben: 978-0-521-59111-9 (Printausgabe) hardback , 978-0-521-54800-7 paperback
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DOI: 10.1017/CBO9780511523120
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Klassifikation der Library of Congress: DG737.4
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Florence has often been studied in the past for its distinctive urban culture and society, while insufficient attention has been paid to the important Tuscan territorial state that was created by Florence in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. Comprising a handful of formerly independent city-states and numerous smaller communities in the plains and mountains, the Florentine 'empire' in Tuscany supplied the markets and fiscal coffers of the Renaissance republic, while providing lessons in statecraft that nourished the political thought of Machiavelli and Guicciardini. This volume comprises seventeen original essays representing the new directions being taken by historians of the Florentine Renaissance. It offers new and exemplary approaches towards state-building, political vocabulary, political economy, civic humanism, local history and social patronage in what is one of the most interesting and well-documented of the states of late medieval and Renaissance Europe
The 'material constitution' of the Florentine dominion / Andrea Zorzi -- The language of empire / Alison Brown -- Constitutional ambitions, legal realities and the Florentine state / Jane Black -- Fiscality, politics and dominion in Florentine Tuscany at the end of the middle ages / Giuseppe Petralia -- Market structures / Stephan R. Epstein -- State-building, church reform and the politics of legitimacy in Florence, 1375-1460 / David S. Peterson -- The humanist citizen as provincial governor / William J. Connell -- Territorial offices and officeholders / Laura De Angelis -- Demography and the politics of fiscality / Samuel K. Cohn, Jr. -- Florentines and the communities of the territorial state / Patrizia Salvadori -- Patronage and its role in government : the Florentine patriciate and Volterra / Lorenzo Fabbri -- San Miniato al Tedesco : the evolution of the political class / Francesco Salvestrini -- The social classes of Colle Valdelsa and the formation of the dominion (fourteenth-sixteenth centuries) / Oretta Muzzi -- Arezzo, the Medici and the Florentine regime / Robert Black -- Rubrics and requests : statutory division and supra-communal clientage in Pistoia / Stephen J. Milner -- A comment / Giorgio Chittolini
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