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Politics and Diplomacy in Early Modern Italy
The Structure of Diplomatic Practice, 1450–1800

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Daniela Frigo, Riccardo Fubini, Alessandra Contini, Luca Riccardi, Andrea Zannini, Maria Grazia Maiorini, Christopher Storrs
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  • Date Published: March 2011
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521189637

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  • This volume is the first attempt at a comparative reconstruction of the foreign policy and diplomacy of the major Italian states in the early modern period. The various contributions reveal the instruments and forms of foreign relations in the Italian peninsula. They also reveal through a range of case studies, including Venice, the Papal States, the duchy of Savoy, Florence (later the duchy of Tuscany), Mantua, Modena, and the kingdom of Naples, a new interpretation of the political history of early modern Italy.

    • A fascinating account of the way in which 'small' Italian states conducted their foreign diplomatic activity during the early modern period
    • Brings insights into the politics and culture of such Italian states as Venice, Mantua, Florence and Naples
    • Was the first book on this aspect of the exercise of power in early modern Italy
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    "Using a range of models, [the authors] discuss such topics as diplomacy and government in the 15th-century Florence and Venice, Vatican diplomacy, economic and social aspects of the crisis of Venetion diplomacy in the 17th and 18th centuries, Mantua and Modena as small states, and Savoyard diplomacy in the 18th century." Reference & Research Book News

    "The book is interesting for Itanlian historian." The International History Review

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    • Date Published: March 2011
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521189637
    • length: 272 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 15 mm
    • weight: 0.4kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction: new perspectives on the diplomacy of Italian states in the early modern period Daniela Frigo
    1. Diplomacy and government in the Italian city-states of the fifteenth century: Florence and Venice Riccardo Fubini
    2. Aspects of Medicean diplomacy in the sixteenth century Alessandra Contini
    3. An outline of Vatican diplomacy in the early modern period Luca Riccardi
    4. Economic and social aspects of the crisis of Venetian diplomacy in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries Andrea Zannini
    5. 'Small states' and diplomacy: Mantua and Modena Daniela Frigo
    6. Neapolitan diplomacy in the eighteenth century: policy and the diplomatic apparatus Maria Grazia Maiorini
    7. Savoyard diplomacy in the eighteenth century (1684–1798) Christopher Storrs.

  • Editor

    Daniela Frigo, Università degli Studi di Trieste

    Translator

    Adrian Belton

    Contributors

    Daniela Frigo, Riccardo Fubini, Alessandra Contini, Luca Riccardi, Andrea Zannini, Maria Grazia Maiorini, Christopher Storrs

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