Machiavelli & the Renaissance

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INDEX
Absolutism, xv, 116
Machiavelli as precursor of, 121n, 124n
Acciaiuoli, Roberto, 4-5
Accolti, Benedetto, 196
Albergaccio (villa), 10-11
Alberti, L. B., 165, 196 cit., 183-4
Albertini, R. von, cit., xvi
Alexander VI, Pope, 94
Alginard, 167, 177, 178
Alvisi, cit., 106n
Amboise, Cardinal Georges D', 127
America, discovery of, 198
Montaigne on (cit.), 199
Antiquity, see Roman world and Classical antiquity
Architecture, 155, 158
Ariosto, xi
Armies (national), 89n
Art,
Christianity and, 153, 154, 155: Mediaeval and Renaissance concepts of, 182- 185
Art of War ( Machiavelli's), 11 ,16, 104, 109
cit., 73n, 84n-85n, 95n, 128, 147, 169
origin and style of, 27-8
Arte della Guerra, see Art of War
Artillery, 197
Artisan class, 57
Asti, 42n
Balance of power, 13, 15, 60
Banking, 187
Barbarian concept, 199
Barbarossa, see Frederick I
Baumgarten,
bibliographical theory of, 78n
Benoist, 164
Bergamo, 45
marriage laws of, 48n
Blois, Pierre de, 168
Boccacio, cit., 152
Bologna, 43n
Borgia, Caesar, 69, 70, 73n, 76n
Boscoli's conspiracy, 135
Botero, cit., 198-9
Boulenger, J., 161
Bourgeoisie, 55-6, 58, 66, 98, 150,
Braccio, 49n
Brunelleschi, Filippo, 155, 158
Bruni, Leonardo, cit., 153, 169
Buonaccorsi, 3
Burckhardt, Jacob, xi, 157, 166
Bussolari, Friar Giacomo, 43n
Byzantine art, see Greek art
Calvinism, 187
Camino, Rizzardo da, 55n
Campanella, Thomas, cit., 199-200
Candida, Cardinal, cit., 171n
Capitalism, 58, 185, 188
Carpi, Republic of Friars of, 112
Casa, Francesco della, 126
Castruccio,
dying speech of, 28n
Catholic Reformation, 150

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • Introduction ix
  • I - An Introduction to the Prince 1
  • II - The Prince: Myth and Reality 30
  • III - Machiavelli's Method and Style 126
  • IV - The Concept of the Renaissance 149
  • Bibliography 201
  • Index 249
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