Machiavelli and Renaissance Italy

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Appendix: Machiavelli's Works; Their Dates, and the Italian Titles of Works Referred to in English in the Text
Italian titleReferred to in text and index as:Date of
composition
(Dates in square
brackets are
conjectural)
Discorso della guerra diReport on the Pisan War 1499
Pisa
Descrizione del modoDescription of the Manner 1503
tenuto dal Duca Valentinoin which Duke Valentino
nell' ammazzare Vitellozzoput Vitellozzo Vitelli...
Vitelli, Oliverotto daetc...to death
Fermo, il signor Pagolo e
it Duca di Gravina Orsini
Parole sopra la provvis-Remarks on the raising of 1503
ione del danaiomoney
Del modo di trattare iOn the Method of dealing 1503
sudditi della Valdichianawith the Rebels of the Val
ribellatidi Chiana
Decennale PrimoThe First Decade 1504
Discorso dell'ordinare loDiscourse on Florentine 1506
stato di Firenze alle armimilitary preparation
Rapporto delle cose dell'Report on Germany 1508
Alemagna
Discorso sopra le coseDiscourse on Germany 1509
delta Magna e sopra loand the Emperor
imperatore
Decennale SecondoThe Second Decade[ 1509]
Ritratto delle cose dellaDescription of German[after April,
MagnaAffairs 1512]
Ritratto delle cose diDescription of French[after April,
FranciaAffairs 1512and be-
fore August,
1513]
Il PrincipeThe Prince 1513
Discorsi sopra la primaDiscourses on the First 1515-16-17
deca di Tito LivioDecade of Livy
Discorso o dialogo intornoDiscourse or Dialogue on[convention-
alla nostra linguaour Languageally 1514 but
probably
later]
L'Asino d'oroThe Golden Ass[ 1517 or 18]

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