The Revolution of Cola Di Rienzo

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PETRARCH


THE REVOLUTION
OF
COLA DI RIENZO

EDITED BY
MARIO EMILIO COSENZA

THIRD EDITION
WITH INTRODUCTION
AND BIBLIOGRAPHY BY
RONALD G. MUSTO

ITALICA PRESS
NEW YORK
1996

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  • The Revolution of Cola Di Rienzo *
  • Contents vii
  • Preface i
  • Preface to the First Edition xi
  • Introduction xiii
  • Chapter 1 - Avignon 1343 i
  • Chapter 2 - Avignon, June 24-27, 1347 9
  • Chapter 3 - Rome, July 28, 1347 37
  • Chapter 4 - Avignon, July 24-26, 1347 39
  • Chapter 5 - Avignon, August 21-2s, 1347 44
  • Chapter 6 - Vaucluse, August 22-31, 1347 53
  • Chapter 7 - Provence, August-September 1347 69
  • Chapter 8 - Vaucluse, September 2-8, 1347 84
  • Chapter 9 - Provence-Genoa, September-November 1347 88
  • Chapter 10 - Avignon, November 18 & 24, 1351 105
  • Chapter 11 - Vaucluse, August-November 1352 126
  • Chapter 12 - Avignon, October 1352 149
  • Chapter 13 166
  • Bibliography 177
  • Index 191
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