|Publisher||Cambridge Univ Pr|
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A new approach to the political history of the Renaissance, examining the mountainous periphery of the Florentine state.
Introduction; Part I. Culture, Demography, and Fiscality: 1. Networks of culture and the mountains; 2. Mountain civilization and fiscality, 1393; 3. Fiscality and change, 1355-1487; Part II. Peasant Protest in the Mountains: Three Views: 4. Peasant insurrection in the mountains: the chroniclers' view; 5. Peasant insurrection in the mountains as seen in the criminal records; 6. Rebellion as seen from the provvisioni; Part III. Governmental Clemency and the Hinterland: 7. Florentine peasant petitions: an institutional perspective; 8. The reasons for assistance; 9. What the peasants won; Conclusion; Appendices; Bibliography.
Samuel K. Cohn(switch to Samuel K. Cohn Jr)
|No. of pages||322|
|Dimensions||157 mm x 235 mm x 25 mm|