Italy: A Popular Account of the Country, Its People, and Its Institutions (Including Malta and Sardinia)

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Illustrations

PLATES AND MAPS
I. View of NaplesFrontispiece
II. View of Messinaoppositepage12
III. Relief Map of Italy""30
IV. Cinder Cone of Vesuvius""55
V. Lava Fields of Vesuvius""58
VI. View of Sorrento with the Orange Gardens""65
VII. Reputed Temple of Serapis at Pozzuoli""70
VIII. View on Lake Como""112
IX. View on the Roman Campagna""117
X. Palms and Cycads in the Villa Tosca, near Palermo""118
XI. Cypresses, Araucarias and Yuccas in the Villa
Tosca, near Palermo
""119
XII. Sicilian Cart""131
XIII. Historical Map of Italy from the Fifteenth Century
and before 1859
""165
XIV. Terrace Culture near Amalfi""192
XV. The Cathedral of Orvieto""313
XVI. Venice""354
XVII. Palazzo Doria in Genoa""359
XVIII. The Church of St. Peter in Rome""392
XIX. The Roman Forum""394
XX. Casteldelmonte in Apulia""400
XXI. Vicolo del Pallonetto di Santa Lucia in Naples""416
XXII. Forum Civile in Pompeii""419
XXIII. Arco Naturale in Capri""424

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Translator's Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Chapter I - Boundaries Extent and Contour 1
  • Chapter II - The Surrounding Seas 7
  • Chapter III - History of Discovery 14
  • Chapter IV - Relief of the Country 19
  • Chapter V - Geological Construction 35
  • Chapter VI - Climate 73
  • Chapter VII - Hydrography 85
  • Chapter VIII - Plants and Animals 112
  • Chapter IX - Population 126
  • Chapter X - History 152
  • Chapter XI - Products 168
  • Chapter XII - Commerce, Traffic and Manufactures 229
  • Chapter XIII - Political Institutions 245
  • Chapter XIV - The Church and Public Worship 298
  • Chapter XV - Art, Language and Science 312
  • Chapter XVI - Topography 340
  • Appendix I 467
  • Appendix II 469
  • Index 471
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