2 edition of Dictionary of the Renaissance found in the catalog.
Dictionary of the Renaissance
Originally published, New York : Philosophical Library, 1967.
|Statement||edited by Frederick M. Schweitzer and Harry E. Wedeck.|
|Contributions||Wedeck, Harry E., Schweitzer, Frederick M.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||646|
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The Encyclopedia of the Renaissance (Scribner, ) contains 1, articles ranging from one-half to nearly 50 pages in length.
The Oxford Dictionary has significantly more (if generally much shorter) entries; in our sample of 86 entries, 30 were not found in the Encyclopedia of the Renaissance by: 7.
This dictionary provides rich detail on all aspects of the Renaissance in 14th to 17th century Europe. It includes comprehensive coverage of the art, literature, science, culture, philosophy, religion, economics, history, and conflict of the period.
Dictionary of the Renaissance [H.E. Wedeck] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Frederick M. Schweitzer, Harry Ezekiel Wedeck. Includes an introductory essay by Schweitzer which demonstrates some of the fallacies of arguments of those who deny all originality or special character to the Renaissance Dictionary of the Renaissance: FREDERICK M AND WEDECK, HARRY E SCHWEITZER: : Books.
Beginning in the early 14th century and continuing into the 15th and 16th centuries, the Renaissance was a period of intense intellectual and cultural activity, the fruits of which have had a profound impact on the thought, culture, philosophy, painting and sculpture, and writing of Europe and the wider world ever since/5(4).
The Historical Dictionary of Renaissance Art covers the years tothe period most disciplines place as the Renaissance Era.
A complete portrait of this remarkable period is depicted in this book through a chronology, an introductory essay, a bibliography, and over hundred cross-referenced dictionary entries on major Renaissance painters, sculptors, architects, and patrons, as well as Format: Hardcover.
The word " renaissance", French for " rebirth", perfectly describes the intellectual and cultural revival experienced in Europe, starting early in the 14th century and ending early in the 17th. The Oxford Illustrated History of the Renaissance tells the cultural history of this broader and longer Renaissance: from seminal figures such as Dante and Giotto in thirteenth-century Italy, to the waning of Spain's "golden age" in the s, and the closure of the English theatres inthe date generally taken to mark the end of the English literary Renaissance/5(2).
Encyclopedia of the Renaissance is the most recent publication in Scribner's world history program, which includes Dictionary of the Middle Ages (), Civilization of the Ancient Mediterranean (), and Civilizations of the Ancient Near East (), a Dartmouth Medal winner.5/5(5).
An equivalent concise, affordable resource did not exist until publication of The Oxford Dictionary of the Middle Ages (ODMA). The ODMA is the work of an extraordinary assembly of scholars. Editor Bjork is director of the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies.
Contributors represent prestigious universities worldwide, Cited by: 8.