2 edition of Civic Christianity in fifteenth-century Treviso found in the catalog.
Civic Christianity in fifteenth-century Treviso
David Michael D"Andrea
Written in English
|Statement||David Michael D"Andrea.|
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|Pagination||vii, 283 leaves.|
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Civic Christianity in Renaissance Italy: The Hospital of Treviso, – Changing Perspectives on Early Modern Europe. With this new study of the confraternity and hospital of Santa Maria dei Battuti in Treviso during the fifteenth century, David D'Andrea makes a notable contribution to this scholarly field.
The book is divided Author: Roisin Cossar. The book is divided into six chapters, based on extensive primary source research in the archives of the Battuti and several others in Treviso and Venice. Chapter 1, "The City of God," examines the physical location of the hospital of the Battuti, and its administration and activities in the city.
Civic Christianity in Renaissance Italy Book Description: Focusing on the confraternity of Santa Maria dei Battuti and its Ospedale, the book addresses a number of well-established and newly articulated historiographical questions: the governance of territorial states, the civic and religious role of confraternities, the status of women and.
The 15th century is part of the High Middle Ages, the period from the coronation of Charlemagne in to the close of the 15th century, which saw the fall of Constantinople (), the end of the Hundred Years War (), the discovery of the New World (), and thereafter the Protestant Reformation ().
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In this engaging work of history, Jonathan Sumption brings alive the traditions of pilgrimage prevalent in Europe from the beginning of Christianity to the end of the fifteenth 3/5(2).
Illegitimacy in Renaissance Florence will appeal to social historians of Europe, medieval and early modern, especially those concerned with family life, women, and children, as well as Civic Christianity in fifteenth-century Treviso book those interested in Florentine history.
Legal historians will find it useful as well. Thomas Kuehn is Professor of History, Clemson University. First, in his famous versuch, published inJacob Burckhardt by no means ignored religion. But between his celebration of the Italians' bold casting aside of "faith, illusion, and childish prepossession," and his paean to that small "circle of chosen spirits," Pico and Ficino, who had advanced to the spirituality of Lorenzo de' Medici's Platonic academy, the Swiss.
Civic Christianity in Renaissance Italy. The Hospital ofTreviso, By David M. D'Andrea. [Changing Perspectives on Early Modern Europe, 5.] (Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press. xiv, $ ISBN ) David M. D'Andrea's impressive new book is a study of the Trevisan con fraternity of Santa Maria.
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The Catechism of the Catholic Church describes an indulgence as "a remission before God of the temporal punishment due to sins whose guilt has already been forgiven, which the faithful Christian who is duly. D’Amdrea, David Michael, Civic Christianity in Renaissance Italy: the Hospital of Treviso,NY: Uni of Rochester Press, () R.I.
Wood, A Handbook of the Yemen Flora (with colour illustrations by Hugo Haig-Thomas), Kew: Royal Botanic Gardens Contains an appendix of Arabic and scientific names. The latter (p. and in Civic Christianity, p. 20) gives information on the number of persons living in the hospital (96 to between the years and ), whereas Cagnin (p.
99) indicates numbers of beds for the fourteenth century, in as many as «lettiere» and «letti di tela». Pesce, La chiesa di Treviso, I. D'Andrea, David Michael (Osheim & Schutte), "Civic Christianity in Fifteenth-Century Treviso: The Confraternity and Hospital of Saint Maria Dei Battuti".
Oklahoma State University, Assistant Professor (TT) Gutzman, Kevin R.C. (Onuf), "Old Dominion, New Republic: Making Virginia Republican, ". In so doing, she provides a new framework for understanding the rise of the central civic hospital in the fifteenth century, a phenomenon that has generally been seen as a particular product of the Renaissance.
Hospitals and charitywill be of interest to students and researchers of medieval social, religious and urban history. Essay. Vital, inspirational, enduring—it is almost impossible to overstate the impact of sixteenth-century Venetian painting on European art. An account of artists whose styles or approaches were literally transformed by the example of Titian or Veronese would comprise a veritable “who’s who” of the seventeenth century and beyond, from Rubens and Velázquez to Reynolds and.
Age of Discovery. During the age of discovery the Roman Catholic Church established a number of missions in the Americas and other colonies in order to spread Christianity in the New World and to convert the indigenous the same time, missionaries such as Francis Xavier as well as other Jesuits, Augustinians, Franciscans and Dominicans were moving into Asia and.
Christianity / Church / Church History / Church History By Century / 15th Century Timeline BC AD NowAuthor: Church History By Century. The history of the Christian religion and the Christian church began with Jesus and his ianity is the religion that is based on the birth, life, death, resurrection and teaching of Jesus Christ.
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RENAISSANCE. RENAISSANCE. The Renaissance is one of the most interesting and disputed periods of European history. Many scholars see it as a unique time with characteristics all its own.
A second group views the Renaissance as the first two to three centuries of a larger era in European history usually called early modern Europe, which began in the late fifteenth century.
Plague, a devastating and recurring affliction throughout the Renaissance, had a major impact on European life. Not only was pestilence a biological problem, but it was also read as a symptom of spiritual degeneracy and it caused widespread social Cited by: 1. David M.
D’Andrea, Civic Christianity in Renaissance Italy: The Hospital of Treviso, (Univ. of Rochester Press, ), for The Medieval Review (TMR), 17 March The Cambridge Companion to Giotto, ed. Anne Derbes and Mark Sandona (Cambridge Univ. Press, ), in Comitatus 34 (), –5. The Renaissance is certainly one of the most important periods in Italian cultural history, although the distribution of art centers on the map reveals a concentration in central Italy and in particular around Florence, the real capital in this period.
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– Harris M. – Mandelbrote G. (eds.), Books on the Move: Tracking Copies through Collections and the Book Trade, (London Author: Remi Chiu.17 THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY. Two views can be taken of the fifteenth century, each with merit as historical approaches.
In the first place, it can be looked at only with one eye, while the other eye is on the future, to the sixteenth century and to the religious changes that dramatically altered the course of history.