Firstborn of Venice : Vicenza in the Early Renaissance State / / James S. Grubb.

Selected by Choice Magazine as an Outstanding Academic TitleOriginally published in 1988. In the decades after 1404, traditionally maritime Venice extended its control over much of northern Italy. Citizens of Vicenza, the first city to come under Venetian rule, proclaimed their city "firstborn...

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Place / Publishing House:Baltimore : : Johns Hopkins University Press,, 1988.
©1988.
Year of Publication:2019
1988
Language:English
Series:Johns Hopkins University studies in historical and political science ; 106th ser., 3.
Physical Description:1 online resource (xx, 238 p. :); maps ;
Notes:Includes index.
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