A Renaissance Tapestry: The Gonzaga of Mantua

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Harper & Row, Jan 1, 1989 - History - 309 pages
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A microcosm of Renaissance Italy is presented through this family history of the Gonzaga of Mantua, one of the reigning families of the period

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A Renaissance tapestry: the Gonzaga of Mantua

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A sketch of the north Italian city of Mantua during the Renaissance by a superb author of travel books. Though small, Mantua played a crucial role in the tortuously complicated Renaissance politics ... Read full review

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I suppose that to trace an entire dynasty, an author must necessarily give a light treatment to even the important characters. I felt like I was missing a lot -- I'm sure I would have enjoyed a series ... Read full review

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