THE LORDS OF ROMAGNA, Romagnol Society and the Origins of the Signorie,

By: John Larner

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THE LORDS OF ROMAGNA, Romagnol Society and the Origins of the Signorie, by John Larner
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Macmillan, London, 1965. hardcover with dust jacket. Ours is an ex-library copy in transparent protective covering with stamps, stickers, pocket & barcode etc. GOOD book in GOOD price-clipped dust jacket. Photographic frontis, seven b&w illustrations, map, extensive appendices, bibliography, glossary, and index. During the thirteenth & fourteenth centuries the Romagna area of Italy was the byword for treachery, violence and treason (and this at a time when Italy was at its most lawless!). It also became the refuge of Dante in exile, and the author is particularly illuminating when referring the Divine Comedy, and in providing the background from which it emerged.

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