The Bernard Berenson Lectures on the Italian Renaissance Delivered at Villa I Tatti

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Cover: The Culture Wars of the Late Renaissance: Skeptics, Libertines, and OperaThe Culture Wars of the Late Renaissance: Skeptics, Libertines, and OperaMuir, EdwardHARDCOVER05/15/2007$29.00
Cover: The Early Renaissance and Vernacular CultureThe Early Renaissance and Vernacular CultureDempsey, CharlesHARDCOVER02/27/2012$46.50
Cover: Friendship, Love, and Trust in Renaissance FlorenceFriendship, Love, and Trust in Renaissance FlorenceKent, DaleHARDCOVER01/31/2009$41.00
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Cover: The Italian Renaissance of MachinesThe Italian Renaissance of MachinesGalluzzi, Paolo
Mandelbaum, Jonathan
HARDCOVER02/04/2020$39.95
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