The Fall of the House of Borgia reveals the astounding brilliance of the Renaissance as well as ugly reality of Papal Rome. It should be essential reading for all looking for insight into the shadowy world of sixteenth century Italy and interested in finding out the truth of this remarkable family.
The seminar is aimed at professionals and amateur medieval music performers and renaissance lute players who want to approach plectrum technique.
A brilliant and beautifully written deep dive into the complicated relationship between Elizabeth I and Catherine de Medici, two of the most powerful women in Renaissance Europe who shaped each other as profoundly as they shaped the course of history.
E' arrivato il momento di aggiungere ai buoni propositi per l'anno nuovo una nuova passione ricca di emozioni! Lo sport da combattimento a squadre più spettacolare di sempre: la BUHURT
A masterclass from Hildegard von Bingen to Troubadour - monophonic songs from Italy, Spain, France and Germany.
Dopo due anni di fermo pandemico, l'Associazione Anticaquercia e CDI in collaborazione anche con UCN ripropone lo storico Pagan Fest italiano.
Nasce a Livorno il Festival Medievale più grande del suo genere!
Fools are back! 3rd edition of the annual event organized by Sala d’Arme del Folle in Turin (Italy), and valid for the CSEN National Championship. See you on april 9th and 10th
We are happy to announce that we can host a tournament in "Europe Cup mode" in Italy. MCF Full Contact Tournaments in the categories: Buhurt + 1 vs.1
A vivid depiction of the lives and times of the aristocratic elite whose patronage created the art and architecture of the Renaissance, setting the aesthetic achievements of these aristocratic patrons in the context of the volatile, ever-shifting politics of an age of change and innovation.
Examining the lives of eight of the most controversial popes to have ruled over the Holy See, from the reign of Pope Stephen VI, who had his predecessor exhumed, put on trial and thrown in the Tiber, in the ninth century, through to Pope Clement VII, the second Medici pope, whose failed international policy led to the Sack of Rome in 1527.
This book offers a new and surprising perspective on the evolution of cities across the Roman Empire in late antiquity and the early Middle Ages (third to ninth centuries AD).