THE I TATTI RENAISSANCE LIBRARY
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The I Tatti Renaissance Library 68

Apologetic Writings

Girolamo Savonarola

Edited and translated by M. Michèle Mulchahey

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$35.00 • £28.95 • €31.50

ISBN 9780674054981

Publication Date: 05/04/2015

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464 pages

5-1/4 x 8 inches

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  • Introduction
    • The Life
    • The Latin Apologetic Works
      • Letters to Pope Alexander VI
      • Apology for the Brothers of the Congregation of San Marco
      • The Letters Responding to His Excommunication
      • Dialogue on the Truth of Prophecy
    • Notes
  • Apologetic Writings
    • 1. Letter to Alexander VI, July 31, 1495
    • 2. Letter to Alexander VI, September 29, 1495
    • 3. Apology for the Brothers of the Congregation of San Marco
    • 4. Letter to Alexander VI, May 20, 1497
    • 5. Letter Against the Sentence of Excommunication, June 1497
    • 6. Letter to Alexander VI, October 13, 1497
    • 7. Letter to Alexander VI, March 13, 1498
    • 8. Letter to Alexander VI, March 13, 1498 (unsent version)
    • 9. Dialogue on the Truth of Prophecy
  • Note on the Texts and Translations
  • Notes to the Translations
  • Bibliography
  • Index of Biblical Citations
  • General Index

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