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The day the Renaissance was saved : the Battle of Anghiari and Da Vinci's lost masterpiece

"In The Day the Renaissance Was Saved, Niccolò Capponi - a direct descendant of Niccolò Machiavelli, as well as of a Florentine general who was a key strategist of the campaign at Anghiari - weaves the story of da Vinci's lost masterpiece through the narrative of the history-changing battle, and offers context on the development of humanist thought and the political intrigues of fifteenth-century Italy." -- provided by publisher.

Niccolò Capponi; André Naffis-Sahely
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DG537 .C3613 2015
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