Venice as the Polity of Mercy: Guilds, Confraternities, and the Social Order, C. 1250-C. 1650

Venice as the Polity of Mercy: Guilds, Confraternities, and the Social Order, C. 1250-C. 1650[PDF / Epub] ☄ Venice as the Polity of Mercy: Guilds, Confraternities, and the Social Order, C. 1250-C. 1650 Author Richard Mackenny – Bluevapours.co.uk This study re examines Venice s political economy from the viewpoint of its ordinary people or popolani who, despite the commonly held view that they were excluded from political life by the nobility This study re examines Venice s the Polity ePUB ✓ political economy from the viewpoint of its ordinary people or popolani who, despite the commonly held view that they were excluded from political life by the nobility or nobili, actually organized and ran for themselves hundreds of corporations within the city state Venice as Epub / Mercy was central to this popolani s Christian values and those who offered mercy to their fellow men and women in temporary hardship were investing in the expectation of reciprocity in their own time of need Beginning by tracing a formative linking of religion, economy, and polity from the as the Polity PDF/EPUB Á thirteenth to the fifteenth centuries, Venice as the Polity of Mercy then chronicles the collapse of this triad during the struggles between church and state in the mid sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, followed by a revitalizing reconnection of economy and polity within a different religious climate after the plague ofAs such, Richard Mackenney s book offers up a revitalized image of Renaissance Venetian society as dynamic rather than static, as well as a new understanding of the city s significance through a reconfiguration of its history and artwork.

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Venice as the Polity of Mercy: Guilds, Confraternities,
    Venice as the Polity of Mercy: Guilds, Confraternities, ofAs such, Richard Mackenney s book offers up a revitalized image of Renaissance Venetian society as dynamic rather than static, as well as a new understanding of the city s significance through a reconfiguration of its history and artwork."/>
  • Hardcover
  • 496 pages
  • Venice as the Polity of Mercy: Guilds, Confraternities, and the Social Order, C. 1250-C. 1650
  • Richard Mackenny
  • 19 September 2017
  • 1442649682

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