Florentine Studies : Politics and Society in Renaissance Florence
Rubinstein, Nicolai, editor.

London Faber and Faber 1968 First edition Good octavo hardcover in red cloth binding without dust jacket. Wear and rubbing along edges of boards with bumping to head and heel of spine. Some scuffing to covers with a few faint scratches and a black mark on back cover. Slight roll to spine. Page edges are lightly smudged. Pencil note on front free endpaper. Few pages have slight creasing on upper corners. Some underlining in text of some of the essays. 546 pages with maps, tables, footnotes, illustrations, and index. A collection of 15 essays on Florence from the thirteenth to early sixteenth centuries looking at aspects of its history like its armed forces, its relations with Pisa and the Papacy, the Ciompi Rebellion, and Florentine political thought. Good Hardcover (Item ID: 8204)


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