10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «GUELFISM»
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Negotiating Survival: Florence and the Great Schism, 1378-1417
His analyses of political rifts within Florence rely heavily on the language of
Guelfism and anti-Guelfism to define warring factions, and sometimes (though not
always) include the traditional associations of Guelfism with papal interests.
Alison Williams Lewin, 2003
Coluccio Salutati and His Public Letters. - Geneve: Libr. ...
The theme of Guelfism, dropped from the missives since 1375, now reappeared
in a dominant role in the letters written from late 1396 until 1406. The French
alliance signed in September 1396 was apparently a decisive element inspiring
A Medieval Italian Commune: Siena Under the Nine, 1287-1355
If Peter Partner is correct in emphasizing the conscious Florentine use of
Guelfism in order to win support for its own policies, or can write that "Guelfism
was not an 'ideology' but a particular state of mind," I would only emphasize that it
The Italian City Republics
There was also a strong economic fabric to Guelfism. The Florentine bankers, the
most prominent in Europe, financed the Angevin conquest and then took over
entirely the financial organisation of the Neapolitan kingdom, levying its customs
Daniel Waley, Trevor Dean, 2014
Angelus Pacis: The Legation of Cardinal Giovanni Gaetano ...
459 41 For the variegated meanings of Guelfism and Ghibellinism in early
fourteenth- century Italy, and the extent to which the two “parties” did or did not
subscribe to established political principles, see Menache, pp. 129–132. 42 See
Republican Realism in Renaissance Florence: Francesco ...
Guelfism was consequently reinterpreted in terms of a loosely defined devotion to
liberty, including a residual spirit of opposition to the emperor and to the claims of
the feudal nobility. The Guelf Party, which continued to administer its very ...
Athanasios Moulakis, 1998
WRITING HISTORY IN RENAISSANCE ITALY
While lip service might still be paid to it on official occasions, Guelfism by the
early fifteenth century had ceased to be an operative factor in Florentine political
calculations.69 The War of the Eight Saints had opened a serious rift in relations
The Development of Florentine Humanist Historiography in the ...
throughout his life. It is seen both in his frequent references to Arezzo's loyalty to
its allies and in his emphasis on the city's unswerving Guelfism. After Charles of
Anjou's early defeats, Arezzo remains loyal, even though the victorious enemy is
Egemonie Sociali E Strutture Del Potere Nel Medioevo Italiano:
84 G. Villani, Cronica, 1. VTI, c.48 (Florence, 1823), vol. 2, p. 219. 85 G.
Salvemini, Magnati e popolani in Firenze dal 1280 al 1295 (1899; new ed. Turin,
1960), pp. 48ff. names intended, in the same way as Guelfism and Ghibellinism,
230 The ...
Machiavelli and Empire
Florentine Guelfism had emerged in the course of the Dugento, when the bitter
struggle between Guelfs and Ghibellines, the supporters of the Papacy and the
Holy Roman Empire respectively, divided Italy. Resting upon an amalgam of ...