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Challenging absolutist interpretations, this study uses the universities of Pisa and Siena to reveal the contradictions and the tensions as well as the innovations and the traditions which characterised the grand duchy of Tuscany and its cultural politics.
Challenging traditional interpretations of the Florentine Renaissance, this book uses a wide range of newly-found sources to reveal the important role of the University of Florence in the social, economic, political, ecclesiastical, and cultural life of the Florentine Republic.
Compiled and edited by Cynthia Davies, Jonathan Shelley, Paul Harding, Ian McLean, Ross Gardiner and Graeme Peirson
For most British natural historians, there is one vertebrate order that could well be said to be “out of sight, out of mind.” This is our freshwater fishes, familiar principally only to anglers, those concerned with managing rivers and other waterbodies, and a few research scientists. The ...
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