The Renaissance of the Twelfth Century

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Harvard University Press, 1927 - History - 437 pages
The Italian Renaissance was preceded, structured, and, to a significant extent, determined by the Renaissance of the twelfth century which saw the culmination of Romanesque art and the beginnings of the Gothic; the emergence of vernacular languages; the revival of Latin classics, poetry, and Roman law; the recovery of Greek Science and much Greek philosophy; the origins of universities, towns, and the sovereign state.
 

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Contents

THE HISTORICAL BACKGROUND
3
INTELLECTUAL CENTRES
32
BOOKS AND LIBRARIES
70
THE REVIVAL OF THE LATIN CLASSICS
93
THE LATIN LANGUAGE
127
LATIN POETRY
153
THE REVIVAL OF JURISPRUDENCE
193
HISTORICAL WRITING
224
THE TRANSLATORS FROM GREEK AND ARABIC
278
THE REVIVAL OF SCIENCE
303
THE REVIVAL OF PHILOSOPHY
341
THE BEGINNINGS OF UNIVERSITIES
368
INDEX
399
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