Public Life in Renaissance Florence

Author(s): Richard C. Trexler

World History | Secondhand

Covering the history of Renaissance Florence from the fourteenth century to the beginnings of the Medici duchy, Richard C. Trexler traces collective ritual behavior in all its forms, from a simple greeting to the most elaborate community festival. He examines three kinds of social relationships: those between individual Florentines, those between Florentines and foreigners, and those between Florentines and God and His saints. He maintains that ritual brought life to the public world and, when necessary, reformed public life.


-- "Art Bulletin"

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General Fields

  • : 9780801499791
  • : Cornell University Press
  • : Cornell University Press
  • : December 1991
  • : 1.4 Inches X 6.1 Inches X 9.25 Inches
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : English
  • : 945/.5105
  • : 620
  • : Richard C. Trexler
  • : Paperback