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The Longman companion to Renaissance Europe, 1390-1530, Stella Fletcher

Label
The Longman companion to Renaissance Europe, 1390-1530
Title
The Longman companion to Renaissance Europe, 1390-1530
Statement of responsibility
Stella Fletcher
Title variation
Renaissance Europe, 1390-1530
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Fletcher, Stella
Illustrations
maps
Index
index present
LC call number
D203
LC item number
.F58 1999
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Renaissance
  • Renaissance
  • Renaissance
  • Renaissance
  • Renaissance
  • Nachschlagewerk
  • Europe
  • Europe
  • Europe
  • Europe
  • Europe
  • Europa
Label
The Longman companion to Renaissance Europe, 1390-1530, Stella Fletcher
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [285]-310) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1. Chronology of public events, 1378-1534 -- 2. Popes -- Popes and antipopes -- Profiles of Renaissance popes -- 3. Holy Roman Empire -- Emperors of the Houses of Luxemburg Wittelsbach and Habsburg -- Imperial electors -- Secular principalities of the empire -- Ecclesiastical states in the empire -- Free imperial cities -- Swiss confederation, c. 1500 -- Imperial chancellors -- 4. Heads of states and dynasties -- Anjou: French royal dukes -- Aragon: kings of the Houses of Trastamara and Habsburg -- Bohemia: elected kings -- Bourbon: French royal dukes -- Brandenburg: electors of the House of Hohenzollern -- Brittany: dukes of the House of Montfort -- Burgandy: dukes of the House of Valois -- Byzantium: emperors of the House of Palaeologus -- Castile and Leon: kings of the House of Trastamara -- Cyprus: kings of the House of Lusignan -- Denmark (with Norway): elected kings -- England: kings of the Houses of Plantagenet, Lancaster, York and Tudor -- Ferrara: signori, marquises and dukes of the House of Este -- Florence: heads of the Medici family, later dukes of Florence and grand dukes of Tuscany -- France: kings of the House of Valois -- Granada: Nasrid kings -- Holy Roman Empire: emperors of the Houses of Luxemburg, Wittesbach and Habsburg -- Hungary: elected kings -- Mantua: marquises, then dukes of the House of Gonzaga -- Milan: dukes of the Houses of Viscounts and Sforza -- Muscovy: grand dukes -- Naples: kings of the House of Anjou and Aragon -- Navarre: kings of the Houses of Evreux, Aragon and Foix -- Norway: kings -- Orleans: French royal dukes -- Ottoman Empire: sultans -- Palatinate of the Rhine: electors of the House of Wittelsbach -- Poland-Lithuania: elected kings of the House of Jagiello -- Portugal: kings of the Houses of Aviz and Braganza -- Savoy-Piedmont: counts and dukes -- Saxony: dukes and electors of the House of Wettin -- Scotland: kings of the House of Stuart -- Sicily: kings -- Sweden: elected kings -- Urbino: counts, then dukes of the Houses of Montefltro, Ella Rovere and Medici -- 5. Genealogical tables -- The Sforza of Milan: at the crossroads of Renaissance Europe -- Iberia, the empire and the dynastic policy of Ferdinand of Aragon -- 6. Courts and households -- Introduction -- French royal residences -- Royal household: kings of France, 1463-1516 -- Royal household: Philip the Good, duke of Burgundy, 1426-38 -- Noble court: the Montefeltro at Urbino -- Noble household: Elizabeth Berkeley, Countess of Warwick, 1420-21 -- Cardinal's household: Cardinal Giovanni Battista Zen, 1501 -- Merchant's household: Andrea Barbarigo, 1442 -- 7. Republican government -- Renaissance republicanism -- Republican writers -- Florence -- Genoa -- Lucca -- Siena -- Venice -- 8. Urban life -- Corporate life: guilds and confraternities -- Hospitals and almshouses -- Public brothels -- Selective glossary of terms relating to urban life
  • 9. Population -- Introduction -- European population by region -- Urban population -- 10. Money and commerce -- Systems of reckoning -- Currencies -- Bills of exchange -- Communications -- Double-entry book-keeping -- Banks, bankers and entrepreneurs -- Hanseatic League -- Secular taxes -- 11. Warfare -- Introduction -- Glossary of terms relating to warfare -- Angled bastion -- Condottieri -- Combatants in the Italian wars -- Holy warfare -- Chivalric orders -- Wars of words -- 12. Church and churchmen -- Roman Curia -- Cardinals: promotions and places of origin -- Western Christendom's wealthiest archbishoprics and bishoprics -- Clerical nepotism: the Grimani of Venice -- Popes and prelates: General councils -- Popes and princes: concordats -- Popes and pilgrims: Holy years -- Saints and beati -- Religious orders -- Selected Christian writers -- Jews and Moors: a chronology of persecution -- 13. Glossary of terms relating to literary culture -- 14. Education -- Schools -- Universities and their dates of foundation -- Glossary of terms relating to universities -- Notable educators -- 15. Letters and lives -- Chronology of the Latin and Greek revivals -- Christian humanism: a chronology of biblical scholarship -- Chronology of vernacular literature -- Historians of their own times -- Profiles of major literary figures -- 16. Libraries -- 17. Printing -- Dates of foundation of printing presses in fifteenth-century Europe -- Chronology of early printing -- Selective glossary of terms relating to early printing -- Censorship of printed books: a chronology -- Typefaces -- 18. Science -- The essence of Renaissance science distilled -- Scientific chronology -- 19. Music and musicians -- Music -- Musicians -- 20. Chronologies of the visual arts -- Painting, including manuscript illumination -- Engravings -- Sculpture -- Architecture -- Art theory -- 21. Glossary of terms relating to the visual arts -- 22. Plans and designs -- Plans of Renaissance buildings -- Orsanmichele, Florence, and its statues -- Sistine Chapel frescoes -- 23. Discovery and the world beyond Europe -- Chronology of exploration -- Discovery: a literary chronology -- 24. Maps and city plans -- Europe's' natural resources and patterns of trade -- Europe's political division -- Renaissance Florence -- Paris c. 1500 -- Renaissance Rome -- The Vatican in the early sixteenth century -- Renaissance Venice
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xiii, 337 pages
Isbn
9780582298811
Lccn
99012941
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations, maps, plans, genealogical tables
System control number
  • (OCoLC)40830090
  • (OCoLC)ocm40830090
Label
The Longman companion to Renaissance Europe, 1390-1530, Stella Fletcher
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [285]-310) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1. Chronology of public events, 1378-1534 -- 2. Popes -- Popes and antipopes -- Profiles of Renaissance popes -- 3. Holy Roman Empire -- Emperors of the Houses of Luxemburg Wittelsbach and Habsburg -- Imperial electors -- Secular principalities of the empire -- Ecclesiastical states in the empire -- Free imperial cities -- Swiss confederation, c. 1500 -- Imperial chancellors -- 4. Heads of states and dynasties -- Anjou: French royal dukes -- Aragon: kings of the Houses of Trastamara and Habsburg -- Bohemia: elected kings -- Bourbon: French royal dukes -- Brandenburg: electors of the House of Hohenzollern -- Brittany: dukes of the House of Montfort -- Burgandy: dukes of the House of Valois -- Byzantium: emperors of the House of Palaeologus -- Castile and Leon: kings of the House of Trastamara -- Cyprus: kings of the House of Lusignan -- Denmark (with Norway): elected kings -- England: kings of the Houses of Plantagenet, Lancaster, York and Tudor -- Ferrara: signori, marquises and dukes of the House of Este -- Florence: heads of the Medici family, later dukes of Florence and grand dukes of Tuscany -- France: kings of the House of Valois -- Granada: Nasrid kings -- Holy Roman Empire: emperors of the Houses of Luxemburg, Wittesbach and Habsburg -- Hungary: elected kings -- Mantua: marquises, then dukes of the House of Gonzaga -- Milan: dukes of the Houses of Viscounts and Sforza -- Muscovy: grand dukes -- Naples: kings of the House of Anjou and Aragon -- Navarre: kings of the Houses of Evreux, Aragon and Foix -- Norway: kings -- Orleans: French royal dukes -- Ottoman Empire: sultans -- Palatinate of the Rhine: electors of the House of Wittelsbach -- Poland-Lithuania: elected kings of the House of Jagiello -- Portugal: kings of the Houses of Aviz and Braganza -- Savoy-Piedmont: counts and dukes -- Saxony: dukes and electors of the House of Wettin -- Scotland: kings of the House of Stuart -- Sicily: kings -- Sweden: elected kings -- Urbino: counts, then dukes of the Houses of Montefltro, Ella Rovere and Medici -- 5. Genealogical tables -- The Sforza of Milan: at the crossroads of Renaissance Europe -- Iberia, the empire and the dynastic policy of Ferdinand of Aragon -- 6. Courts and households -- Introduction -- French royal residences -- Royal household: kings of France, 1463-1516 -- Royal household: Philip the Good, duke of Burgundy, 1426-38 -- Noble court: the Montefeltro at Urbino -- Noble household: Elizabeth Berkeley, Countess of Warwick, 1420-21 -- Cardinal's household: Cardinal Giovanni Battista Zen, 1501 -- Merchant's household: Andrea Barbarigo, 1442 -- 7. Republican government -- Renaissance republicanism -- Republican writers -- Florence -- Genoa -- Lucca -- Siena -- Venice -- 8. Urban life -- Corporate life: guilds and confraternities -- Hospitals and almshouses -- Public brothels -- Selective glossary of terms relating to urban life
  • 9. Population -- Introduction -- European population by region -- Urban population -- 10. Money and commerce -- Systems of reckoning -- Currencies -- Bills of exchange -- Communications -- Double-entry book-keeping -- Banks, bankers and entrepreneurs -- Hanseatic League -- Secular taxes -- 11. Warfare -- Introduction -- Glossary of terms relating to warfare -- Angled bastion -- Condottieri -- Combatants in the Italian wars -- Holy warfare -- Chivalric orders -- Wars of words -- 12. Church and churchmen -- Roman Curia -- Cardinals: promotions and places of origin -- Western Christendom's wealthiest archbishoprics and bishoprics -- Clerical nepotism: the Grimani of Venice -- Popes and prelates: General councils -- Popes and princes: concordats -- Popes and pilgrims: Holy years -- Saints and beati -- Religious orders -- Selected Christian writers -- Jews and Moors: a chronology of persecution -- 13. Glossary of terms relating to literary culture -- 14. Education -- Schools -- Universities and their dates of foundation -- Glossary of terms relating to universities -- Notable educators -- 15. Letters and lives -- Chronology of the Latin and Greek revivals -- Christian humanism: a chronology of biblical scholarship -- Chronology of vernacular literature -- Historians of their own times -- Profiles of major literary figures -- 16. Libraries -- 17. Printing -- Dates of foundation of printing presses in fifteenth-century Europe -- Chronology of early printing -- Selective glossary of terms relating to early printing -- Censorship of printed books: a chronology -- Typefaces -- 18. Science -- The essence of Renaissance science distilled -- Scientific chronology -- 19. Music and musicians -- Music -- Musicians -- 20. Chronologies of the visual arts -- Painting, including manuscript illumination -- Engravings -- Sculpture -- Architecture -- Art theory -- 21. Glossary of terms relating to the visual arts -- 22. Plans and designs -- Plans of Renaissance buildings -- Orsanmichele, Florence, and its statues -- Sistine Chapel frescoes -- 23. Discovery and the world beyond Europe -- Chronology of exploration -- Discovery: a literary chronology -- 24. Maps and city plans -- Europe's' natural resources and patterns of trade -- Europe's political division -- Renaissance Florence -- Paris c. 1500 -- Renaissance Rome -- The Vatican in the early sixteenth century -- Renaissance Venice
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xiii, 337 pages
Isbn
9780582298811
Lccn
99012941
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations, maps, plans, genealogical tables
System control number
  • (OCoLC)40830090
  • (OCoLC)ocm40830090

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