David Marsh

Photo of David MarshDavid Marsh is Professor of Italian at Rutgers University and an expert on the Italian Renaissance. He has published broadly on Renaissance humanism and the classical tradition and has translated seminal texts by important early-modern authors including Petrarch, Alberti, Leonardo da Vinci, and Vico.

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Cover: Giannozzo Manetti: The Life of a Florentine HumanistGiannozzo Manetti: The Life of a Florentine HumanistMarsh, DavidHARDCOVER11/19/2019$52.00
Cover: Against the Jews and the Gentiles: Books I–IVAgainst the Jews and the Gentiles: Books I–IVManetti, Giannozzo
Baldassarri, Stefano U.
Pagliara, Daniela
Marsh, David
HARDCOVER10/23/2017$35.00
Cover: InvectivesInvectivesPetrarca, Francesco
Marsh, David
PAPERBACK09/30/2008$19.50
Cover: InvectivesInvectivesPetrarca, Francesco
Marsh, David
HARDCOVER02/17/2004$35.00
Cover: The Quattrocento Dialogue: Classical Tradition and Humanist InnovationThe Quattrocento Dialogue: Classical Tradition and Humanist InnovationMarsh, DavidE-DITION03/24/1980$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
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