Ambrogio Leone's De Nola, Venice 1514, : Humanism and Antiquarian Culture in Renaissance Southern Italy.

This volume offers the first comprehensive study of the De Nola (Venice 1514), a hitherto underappreciated Latin text written by the Nolan humanist and physician Ambrogio Leone. Furnished with four pioneering engravings made with the help of the Venetian artist Girolamo Mocetto, the De Nola is an im...

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Superior document:Brill's studies in intellectual history ; Volume 284
Place / Publishing House:Leiden, , Boston: : Brill, , 2018.
Year of Publication:2018
Series:Brill's Studies in Intellectual History 284.
Physical Description:1 online resource (270 pages).
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