L'eredità greca e l’ellenismo veneziano
2002, cm 17 x 24, vi-366 pp. con 27 tavv. f.t.
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Following the decline of the ancient world and Byzantine civilization most of the evidence of classic Hellenism reached us through the vehement rediscovery of Humanism, in particular Italian. Of this revival, foundation of modern civilisation, Venice was one of the most fervid and active centres until the fall of the Republic: this volume in fact studies the most important people and events, in certain moments of this intellectual succession, among the deepest and most fascinating of East West relationships.