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Venetian Republic its rise, its growth, and its fall, A.D. 409-1797. by William Carew Hazlitt

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Published by Black in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Venice (Italy) -- History.

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The Physical Object
Pagination2 vol. map.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15217917M

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CHARTING THE CULINARY HISTORY AND TRADITIONS OF THE LANDS THAT ONCE BELONGED TO THE VENETIAN REPUBLIC PART CULINARY JOURNEY, PART COOKBOOK THIS GORGEOUS COOKBOOK IS INFORMED BY THE CULTURAL HERITAGE OF ITALIAN CHEF NINO ZOCCALI AND HIS GREEK WIFE. The Gasparo Contarini book De Magistratibus et Republica Venetorum () illustrates the unique system of government in Venice and extols its various institutions. It also shows the astonishment of foreigners at the independence of Venice and its resistance to Italy's loss of freedom – and at it having emerged unscathed from the war against the League of Cambrai. This chapter sketches out a history of the Venetian Republic, from the invasion by Attila’s barbaric hordes ( ad) to the Serenissima’s fall to Napoleon’s army in We highlight a sequence of essential events linked to the birth of Venice, its growth, glory, decline, and fall. Venice claims an important position in the history of bookmaking and publishing. The city’s geographic position as a gateway to the East, its preeminence in international trade, and its place as a center for knowledge exchange and artisanship made the Venetian Republic a natural setting for large-scale bookmaking to take root.