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Author: Michael G. Donovan
Publisher: OECD Publishing
Keywords: italy, venice, reviews, territorial, oecd
Number of Pages: 238
Published: 2010-06-30
ISBN-10: 9264083499
ISBN-13: 9789264083493

This Review of Venice, Italy, offers a comprehensive assessment of the city-region's economy and the extent to which its land use, labour market and environmental policies embrace a metropolitan vision. A new understanding of the provinces of Padua, Treviso and Venice as an interconnected city-region of 2.6 million people guides this study. Venice ranks as among the most dynamic and productive city-regions in the OECD, with high employment levels and growth rates. Though it has thrived on a model of small firms and industrial clusters, it is undergoing a deep economic transformation. Venice co

Author: William Shakespeare
Publisher: Forgotten Books
Keywords: venice, moor, othello
Number of Pages: 178
Published: 1962
ISBN-10: 1606200798
ISBN-13: 9781606200797

Author: William Shakespeare
Publisher: Plain Label Books
Keywords: venice, moor, othello
Number of Pages: 238
Published: 1969
ISBN-10: 1603038833
ISBN-13: 9781603038836

Author: Kenneth Meyer Setton
Publisher: American Philosophical Society
Keywords: century, seventeenth, turks, austria, venice
Number of Pages: 520
Published: 1991
ISBN-10: 0871691922
ISBN-13: 9780871691927

Kennth M. Setton provides a brief survey of the Thirty Years' Was as part of the background to Venetian relations with the Ottoman Empire. Having lost the island of Crete to the Turks in the long war of 1645-1669, Venice renewed her warfare with the Porte in 1684, this time as the ally of Austria after the Turkish failure to take Vienna the preceding year. The Venetians now conquered the Peloponnesus (the "Morea"), and occupied Athens, with the disastrous result that the Parthenon was destroyed, a tragedy which receives much attention in this book. This volume is to some exrtent a continuation

Author: William J. Bouwsma
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: values, counter, reformation, renaissance, liberty, defense, republican, venice
Number of Pages: 706
Published: 1984
ISBN-10: 0520052218
ISBN-13: 9780520052215

Author: Penny Howell Jolly
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: mosaics, san, marco, venice, genesis, adam, god, image, eve, made
Number of Pages: 178
Published: 1997
ISBN-10: 0520205375
ISBN-13: 9780520205376

The stunning mosaics that illustrate the story of Creation in the church of San Marco in Venice are the focus of Penny Howell Jolly's compelling and provocative book. Scholars of medieval art have long been interested in the Genesis mosaics because they copy a nearly destroyed fifth-century illuminated Greek manuscript known as the Cotton Genesis. But instead of seeing the mosaics as a vehicle for reconstructing a lost cycle of paintings, Jolly presents them as a social document revealing the essential misogyny that existed in thirteenth-century Venice. Jolly analyzes more than twenty scenes,

Author: Giovanni Armonio
Publisher: Leuven University Press
Keywords: marsi, harmonii, iohannis
Number of Pages: 76
Published: 1978-01-01
ISBN-10: 9061860644
ISBN-13: 9789061860648

The life of John Armonio Marso, born around 1477 in Abruzzi and died in Venice after 1552, is quite unknown: the main events were collected by M. Quattrucci and more fully developed by Walther Ludwig in the introduction to his critical edition of the Comedy Stephanium.
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