Italy in the Last Fifteen Hundred Years by Reinhold SchumannItaly in the Last Fifteen Hundred Years by Reinhold Schumann

Italy in the Last Fifteen Hundred Years

byReinhold Schumann

Paperback | February 24, 1992

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An updated edition of the original, published in 1986 by UPA; the book is divided into four parts: From Byzantium to the Communes, 476-1122; From the Communes to the High Renaissance, 1122-1534; Italy Between the Hapsburgs and the French, 1534-1814; Italy in the Modern World. The author describes recent events in the Epilogue.
Reinhold Schumann is Professor of History at Boston University and an internationally known expert on the growth of the Italian cities. In 1987, he was knighted by the Italian Republic.
Title:Italy in the Last Fifteen Hundred YearsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:430 pages, 9.02 × 5.84 × 0.92 inPublished:February 24, 1992Publisher:UPA

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ISBN - 10:0819180858

ISBN - 13:9780819180858

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Editorial Reviews

This concise, fluently written presentation is recommended for those who want to learn the essentials of Italian history in a relatively short time. A chronological table from Late Antiquity to the present, and index, and recommendations for further reading for the respective chapters make this a history book with many uses.