Italy in Crisis, 1494

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Jane E. Everson, Diego Zancani
European Humanities Research Centre, 2000 - Art - 204 pages
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This collection of essays was orginially presented at a conference organized at the Institute of Romance Studies in London. They cover the most important aspects of the history, literature, astrology and thought of the 1490s, when major figures such as Lorenzo de' Medici, Angelo Poliziano, Luigi Pulci, and Boiardo, the author of the Orlando Innamorato , disappeared from the Italian scene. The contributors are Alison Brown, Remo Catani, Peter Brand, Marco Dorigatti, Mark Davie, Martin McLaughlin, Letizia Panizza and Denis Reidy.

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Astrological Polemics in the Crisis of the 1490s
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Zancani has lectured at the universities of Reading, Liverpool and Kent at Canterbury, and is currently a Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford University.

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