The Palazzo Vecchio, 1298-1532: Government, Architecture, and Imagery in the Civic Palace of the Florentine Republic

The Palazzo Vecchio, 1298-1532: Government, Architecture, and Imagery in the Civic Palace of the Florentine Republic

The Palazzo Vecchio, 1298-1532: Government, Architecture, and Imagery in the Civic Palace of the Florentine Republic

The Palazzo Vecchio, 1298-1532: Government, Architecture, and Imagery in the Civic Palace of the Florentine Republic

Synopsis

Nicolai Rubinsteins's unique command of the complexities of Florentine political history has resulted in an extremely impressive study of the Palazzo Vecchio and the way in whch it functioned as the seat of the Florentine republican government from the late thirteenth century to 1530. Professor Rubinstein's study makes a fundamental contribution to the subject and arrives at a number of new and important conclusions.
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