Europe in the Renaissance : metamorphoses 1400-1600 /

The Renaissance experienced some of the most important advances in human history: the invention of the printing press using movable letters, the discovery of an unknown continent, and the formulation of a new view of the earth. It was a time when people sought to solve the riddles of nature, experim... Full description

Corporate Author: Schweizerisches Landesmuseum,
Other Authors: Hebeisen, Erika,, Aikema, Bernard,
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: Berlin : Hatje Cantz ; [2016]
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245 0 0 |a Europe in the Renaissance :  |b metamorphoses 1400-1600 /  |c edited by the Swiss National Museum, [Erika Hebeisen] ; texts by Bernard Aikema, Peter Burke, Caroline Campbell, Patrizia Castelli, Felipe Fernández-Armesto, Toby E. Huff, Urs B. Leu, Nicolette Mout, Robert Muchembled, Achatz von Müller, Bernd Roeck, Heinz Schilling, Denise Tonella. 
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500 |a Catalogue of the exhibition in Swiss National Museum, Landesmuseum Zurich, August 1 to November 27, 2016. 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references. 
505 0 0 |g Essays --  |t Contours of a global culture.  |t Renaissances /  |r Peter Burke ;  |t How the renaissance began :  |t Prerequisites of a world cuture /  |r Bernd Roeck ;  |t Cultural dynamism on ancient foundations :  |t Renaissance humanism /  |r Nicolette Mout ;  |t Renaissance and religion :  |t The new worldliness of faith /  |r Heinz Schilling --  |t New perspectives on new developments.  |t Book printing in Europe /  |r Urs B. Leu ;  |t The renaissance and the new world /  |r Felipe Fernández-Armesto ;  |t Europe, renaissance, and the emergence of modern science /  |r Toby E. Huff --  |t Winged ideas and migrated images.  |t The arts of Italy and the european renaissance /  |r Bernard Aikema ;  |t "Inducing the muses to cross the alps" :  |t Dynamics of the renaissance in the swiss confederacy /  |r Achatz von Müller ;  |t The renaissance of the everyday /  |r Caroline Campbell --  |t Uncertainties.  |t "Sol oculus aeternus omnia videns" :  |t Occult currents in the renaissance /  |r Patrizia Castelli ;  |t The tragic renaissance (1560-1640) /  |r Robert Muchembled --  |t Epilogue.  |t Outlook :  |t Pandora's box /  |r Bernd Roeck --  |g Catalogue --  |t Setting the stage --  |t The rebirth of antiquity --  |t The image revolution --  |t The media revolution --  |t Images of mankind --  |t New worlds --  |t Measuring the universe --  |t Man and nature --  |t The european renaissance --  |t The renaissance in Switzerland --  |t Everyday life --  |t The ocean of the future --  |g Appendix. 
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