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Possible lives: the promise of public education in America

Mike Rose - Education - 1995 - 454 pages
The best-selling author of Lives on the Boundary offers a detailed look inside America's diverse classrooms, tracing the way teachers and students work together and giving ...
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Painting in Renaissance Italy: 400 Masterpieces

Art - 1999 - 311 pages
This fresh and insightful look at Renaissance painting provides a captivating visual tour of the greatest works of the Renaissance in Italy. Over 400 paintings are featured, by ...
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Jewish Life in Renaissance Italy

Robert Bonfil - History - 1994 - 336 pages
With this heady exploration of time and space, rumors and silence, colors, tastes, and ideas, Robert Bonfil recreates the richness of Jewish life in Renaissance Italy. He also ...
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Urban development in Renaissance Italy

Paul N. Balchin - Architecture - 2008 - 491 pages
Providing a comprehensive account of one of the most formative historical periods, this book uniquely describes Renaissance architecture as the physical manifestation of ...
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Language and learning in Renaissance Italy: selected articles

John Monfasani - History - 1994 - 338 pages
Language was the Italian humanists' stock-in-trade, rhetoric their core discipline. In this volume Professor Monfasani collects together his most important articles on these ...
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Royal tennis in renaissance Italy

Cees de Bondt - History - 2006 - 290 pages
Italy has a long history of competitive games and sports, which was to a great extent inspired by the athletic contests of Antiquity. The human educators and the Renaissance ...
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The Culture of Cleanliness in Renaissance Italy

Douglas Biow - History - 2006 - 244 pages
Concerned about sanitation during a severe bout of plague in Milan, Leonardo da Vinci designed an ideal, clean city. Leonardo was far from alone among his contemporaries in ...
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