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Demetrios Constantelos - The Formation of the Hellenic Christian Mind

<b>Demetrios Constantelos</b><p><b>The Formation of the Hellenic Christian Mind</b><p><i>From his book: Christian Hellenism. Essays and Studies in Continuity and Change</i> …

Ancient History

Look at art for the deep connection between Europe and Islam | Kenan Malik

The<i>Adoration of the Magi</i> is an early 15th-century altarpiece painting by the Italian painter Gentile da Fabriano. Housed in the Uffizi gallery in Florence, it is considered by many art historians as Fabriano’s finest work and as the culmination of the International Gothic style of the late 14th and …


Italian Renaissance Learning Resources

A freely available resource, this site features eight units, each of which explores a different theme in Italian Renaissance art:<p>Researchers and …

CSI: Italian Renaissance

High on the facade of Santa Maria Antica, among soaring Gothic spires and forbidding statues of knights in armor, pathologist Gino Fornaciari …


The Myth of the Renaissance in Europe

Michelet's Renaissance<p>The European Renaissance remains one of the most important but misunderstood events in the history of western culture. The term 'Renaissance' - referring to the revolution in cultural and artistic life that took place in Europe in the 15th and 16th centuries - was first …

Patrons | Medici Family

The Medici Family<p>The Medici family of Florence can be traced back to the end of the 12th century. It was part of the patrician class, not the …

Italian Renaissance - Facts Summary

The Italian Renaissance in Context<p>Fifteenth-century Italy was unlike any other place in Europe. It was divided into independent city-states, each …


Renaissance Art - Facts Summary

Origins of Renaissance Art<p>The origins of Renaissance art can be traced to Italy in the late 13th and early 14th centuries. During this so-called …

Leonardo Da Vinci

Charlemagne - Facts Summary

Charlemagne’s Early Years<p>Charlemagne was born around 742, the son of Bertrada of Laon (d.783) and Pepin the Short (d.768), who became king of the …

Ancient History

Top 10 Reasons the Byzantine Empire Was Among the Most Successful in History

Top 10

History Channel Documentary History Of The Byzantium Empire

History Channel

(35) Galileo's Battle for the heavens HD 1080p - YouTube


(35) The Medici - Godfathers of the Renaissance 4/4 BG sub - YouTube


The Medici - Godfathers of the Renaissance 3/4 BG sub


The Medici - Godfathers of the Renaissance 2/4 BG sub


The Medici - Godfathers of the Renaissance 1/4 BG sub


BBC The Medici Makers of Modern Art

Modern Art

BBC A History of Art in Three Colours Episode 3: White

Art History

BBC A History of Art in Three Colours Episode 2: Blue

Art History

BBC A History of Art in Three Colours Episode 1: Gold

Art History

BBC Northern Renaissance 02 The Birth of the Artist


BBC Northern Renaissance 01 The Supreme Art


Florence Art Guide

<b>Giovanni di Bicci</b><br>1360-1429<br>w.Piccarda Bueri<p>PRINCIPAL BRANCH "DI CAFAGGIOLO"<p>CADET BRANCH "DEI POPOLANI"<p><b>Cosimo il Vecchio</b><br>1389-1464<br>w.Countess de'</b> …

The Medici: Godfathers of the Renaissance

From a small Italian community in 15th-century Florence, the Medici family would rise to rule Europe in many ways. Using charm, patronage, skill, …


History of the Renaissance

13 Lucretia Borgia


The Medici Pope


Leonardo da Vinci: the myth and the man

Edith Wharton first saw Leonardo da Vinci's <i>Last Supper</i> during a trip to Milan when she was 17. It was to be almost four decades before she finally gave vent to the passion it had aroused. During that long interval, she said, she had "wanted to bash that picture's face". It wasn't the most edifying …

Raphael - The Complete Works

Was Michelangelo a better artist than Leonardo da Vinci?

What provoked a long-running spat between Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci, two of the greatest artists of all time? Martin Gayford investigates<p>One day, Leonardo da Vinci was passing through the Piazza Santa Trinita in Florence. Some gentlemen were <b>debating Dante</b> in front of the Spini family …