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Nathalie Bouloux, Patrick Gautier Dalché, Angelo Cattaneo et Collectif

Published by Presses Universitaires Vincennes (2010)

ISBN 10: 2842922603 ISBN 13: 9782842922603

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About this Item: Presses Universitaires Vincennes, 2010. Softcover. Condition: Très bon. Ancien livre de bibliothèque. Edition 2010. Ammareal reverse jusqu'à 15% du prix net de ce livre à des organisations caritatives. ENGLISH DESCRIPTION Book Condition: Used, Very good. Former library book. Edition 2010. Ammareal gives back up to 15% of this book's net price to charity organizations. Seller Inventory # A-668-234

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Giancarmelo Moroni; Angelo Cattaneo

Published by Sandit Libri (2012)

ISBN 10: 8889150149 ISBN 13: 9788889150146

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About this Item: Sandit Libri, 2012. Condition: NEW. Seller Inventory # 9788889150146

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Nathalie Bouloux; Patrick Gautier Dalché; Angelo Cattaneo; Collectif

Published by Presses Universitaires Vincennes (2010)

ISBN 10: 2842922603 ISBN 13: 9782842922603

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About this Item: Presses Universitaires Vincennes, 2010. Condition: D'occasion - Comme Neuf. EXPEDITION SOUS 48H / EMBALLAGE BULLEPACK. Seller Inventory # TH 36 709

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Nathalie Bouloux; Patrick Gautier Dalché; Angelo Cattaneo; Collectif

Published by Presses Universitaires Vincennes (2010)

ISBN 10: 2842922603 ISBN 13: 9782842922603

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About this Item: Presses Universitaires Vincennes, 2010. Condition: Neuf. Seller Inventory # 9782842922603

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Buonassisi, Vincenzo; Ewing, Scott

Published by William Collins & Sons (1984)

ISBN 10: 0004112024 ISBN 13: 9780004112022

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About this Item: William Collins & Sons, 1984. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. Angelo Cattaneo, Ivo Morellini (illustrator). First. Size: 8 1/4 " x 10 1/4". Seller Inventory # 025447

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GARCIA, João Carlos, Angelo Cattaneo, and Daniel Estudante Protásio.

Published by Lisbon, Biblioteca Nacional, 2006. (2006)

ISBN 10: 9725654145 ISBN 13: 9789725654149

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About this Item: Lisbon, Biblioteca Nacional, 2006., 2006. 8°, original illustrated wrappers. Maps and illustrations in text (some maps in color). As new. 105 pp., (3 ll.). One of 500 copies. *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION, LIMITED to 500 copies.***. Seller Inventory # 35866

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CATTANEO Angelo (Arch)

Published by C.Crudo & C.Soc Italina di Ediz. Artistiche aprox 1900, Torino (1900)

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About this Item: C.Crudo & C.Soc Italina di Ediz. Artistiche aprox 1900, Torino, 1900. Condition: Buen estado. 1 lámina Heliotípia, sin enmarcar Buen estado Tav 36 Fotografía de construcción estilo modernista en Italia. Seller Inventory # 135538

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DI LINEA E DI COLORE/LINE AND COLOUR: Morena, Francesco (ed.);

Morena, Francesco (ed.); Rousmaniere, Nicole Coolidge; Civita, Francesco; Morena, Francesco; Cattaneo, Angelo; Curvelo, Alexandra; Jackson, Anna; Jörg, Christiaan J. A.

Published by sillabe s.r.l. (2012)

ISBN 10: 8883476352 ISBN 13: 9788883476358

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About this Item: sillabe s.r.l., 2012. Soft cover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Italian and English text; Paperback; 24.4 x 28 cm, 2.580 Kg; 592 pages with colour illustrations; Small signs of shelf wear.; Catalogue from the exhibition: Japan the Land of Enchantment in 2012 held at Palazzo Pitti celebrating Japan, its art, its culture and its traditions. The fascinating culture of Japan and its mutual influence with the European were the main points of the exhibition. More than 200 pieces, dating from the mid-sixteenth to mid-nineteenth century, were displayed: masterpieces of art and Japanese crafts, from weapons to musical instruments, from armour to elegant ceremonial clothing, objects of everyday. Appropriate introductory essays, written by leading European experts in the field, illustrate with perfection the multifaceted aspects of Japanese culture and art.; Nella primavera 2012 Palazzo Pitti celebrerà il Giappone, la sua arte, la sua cultura e le sue tradizioni ospitando nelle sale più rappresentative dei suoi musei tre mostre, raccolte sotto l'iniziativa comune: Giappone. Terra di incanti. L'affascinante cultura del Giappone e la sua reciproca influenza con l'Occidente europeo sono i punti cardine attorno ai quali ruota la bellissima mostra che sarà ospitata nella superba cornice del Museo degli Argenti di Palazzo Pitti, a Firenze. Oltre 200 pezzi, databili dalla metà del Cinquecento alla metà dell’Ottocento, saranno in esposizione delle sale affrescate del museo: capolavori d'arte e d'artigianato giapponese, dalle armi agli strumenti musicali, dalle armature agli eleganti abiti cerimoniali, dagli oggetti d’uso quotidiano a monili e suppellettili per l'abbellimento della persona e della casa. Adeguati saggi introduttivi, scritti dai massimi esperti europei del settore, illustreranno con compiutezza i più sfaccettati aspetti della cultura e dell’arte giapponese, colta in un particolarissimo momento della sua storia, ovvero quello dell’incontro con i primi viaggiatori europei e l'inizio dei rapporti, talvolta tesi e difficiili, di reciproco scambio. Seller Inventory # ABE116

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Portugal, Jesuits, and Japan: Spiritual Beliefs and: Weston, Victoria (editor);Javellana,

Weston, Victoria (editor);Javellana, Rene B.; Cattaneo, Angelo; Carvalho, Pedro Moura; Korber, Ulrike; Parthasarathi, Prasannan; Browne, Rory; Curvelo, Alexandra; Weston, Victoria

Published by Mucmullen Museum of Art, Boston College (2013)

ISBN 10: 1892850206 ISBN 13: 9781892850201

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About this Item: Mucmullen Museum of Art, Boston College, 2013. Soft cover. Condition: As New. No Jacket. 1st Edition. English text; Paperback; 148 pages with black and white illustrations plus 69 plates all in colour.; 30.7 x 20.7 cm; 0.755 Kg; As new, with signs of shelf wear.; Offering a new perspective on global trade relations during the Age of Exploration, Portugal, Jesuits, and Japan explores the relationships between Portuguese merchants, Jesuits, and the Japanese during the nanban period (1543¿1614). Created to accompany an exhibit of the same name at the McMullen Museum of Art, this catalogue is richly illustrated with full-page images of Japanese art and artifacts of the period, from and porcelain objects to furniture and weaponry. Victoria Weston has assembled a collection of nine essays by internationally renowned scholars from a variety of fields, which when taken as a whole create a comprehensive study of international relations during the period on a political, cultural, and spiritual level. The texts reflect upon a broad range of topics, from commercial contacts between shoguns and Iberian governments to close readings of the cultural implications of images depicted in nanban art. This volume explores the interactions between these three discrete groups through historical research, and the technological, political, and theological influence the West had upon the East and vice versa. Seller Inventory # 290B

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Angelo Cattaneo

Published by Brepols N.V.

ISBN 10: 2503523781 ISBN 13: 9782503523781

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About this Item: Brepols N.V. Hardcover. Condition: New. New copy - Usually dispatched within 2 working days. Seller Inventory # B9782503523781

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Angelo Cattaneo

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ANGELO CATTANEO

Published by BREPOLS (2011)

ISBN 10: 2503523781 ISBN 13: 9782503523781

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About this Item: BREPOLS, 2011. Condition: Nuovo. Prima Edizione. Il testo è in ingleseCollana TERRARUM ORBIS 8Num Pagine 470 rilegato in cartonato editoriale. Seller Inventory # 13825

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Cattaneo Angelo

Published by Brepols, Turnhout (2011)

ISBN 10: 2503523781 ISBN 13: 9782503523781

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About this Item: Brepols, Turnhout, 2011. Couverture rigide. Condition: Neuf. Dust Jacket Condition: Neuf. SLIA R 0048 0190 Terrarum Orbis (TO 8) Fra Mauro's Mappa mundi and Fifteenth-Century Venice //// Author Angelo Cattaneo Editore: Brepols Publishers ISBN 10: 2503523781 ISBN 13: 9782503523781 Nuovo Rilegato Quantità: 1 Prezzo: EUR 125,00.- Descrizione libro: Brepols Publishers 0. Hardcover. Condizione libro: Verlagsfrisch New copy. Verlagsfrisch New copy SOFORT LIEFERBAR - IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE !!! Terrarum Orbis (TO 8) Fra Mauro's Mappa mundi and Fifteenth-Century Venice A. Cattaneo 470 p., 3 b/w ill. + 16 colour ill., 210 x 270 mm, 2011 ISBN: 978-2-503-52378-1 Languages: English Hardback The publication is available. Retail price: EUR 95,00 Fra Mauro's mappamundi, drawn around 1450 in the monastery of San Michele on Murano in the lagoon of Venice, is among the most relevant compendia of knowledge of the Earth and the Cosmos of the fifteenth century. By examining literary, visual, textual and archival evidences, some long considered lost, this book places the map within the larger context of Venetian culture in the fifteenth century. It provides a detailed analysis of both its main sources (auctores veteres such as Pliny, Solinus, Ptolemy, and novi, like Albert the Great, Thomas Aquinas, Marco Polo and Niccolò de' Conti) as well as of the composite networks of contemporary knowledge (scholasticism, humanism, monastic culture, as well as more technical skills such as marine cartography and mercantile practices), investigating the way they combine in the epistemological unity of the imago mundi. More a work on intellectual history than cartography, the book constructs a complex set of frameworks within which to situate Fra Mauro's monumental effort. These range from the cultural history of the reception of the world map from the fifteenth to the nineteenth centuries to the analysis of the material conditions under which map-makers such as Fra Mauro worked; from the history of ideas, especially of natural philosophy to the links between world representations and travel literature. It also addresses the Venetian reception of Ptolemy's Geography, the interactions between Venetian art, theology and cosmography and the complexities of the Venetian vernacular. The books develops a multi-tiered approach, in which different elements of the rich cultural context in which this world map was created, interact with each other, each casting a new light on the encyclopaedic work being analyzed. Angelo Cattaneo, who holds a Ph.D. in History from the European University Institute in Florence, is a researcher at the Centro de História de Além-Mar of the Universidade Nova de Lisboa (Center for Overseas History of the New University of Lisbon). Currently he is studying the global circulation of knowledge, technology and material culture from the fifteenth to the seventeenth centuries, particularly cosmography, cartography and travel literature. He is the author of Mappa mundi 1457 (Rome, 2008). He also co-edited the volumes The Making of European Cartography (Florence, 2003) and, with Nathalie Bouloux and Patrick Gautier Dalché, Humanisme et découvertes géographiques (Médiévales 58, 2010). Review ". this book is an exceptionally well-documented study that reveals an enormous amount of scholarship." (Naomi Reed Kline, in: Speculum, 87, 2012, p. 536) "Fra Mauro's Mappa Mundi and Fifteenth-Century Venice is a masterpiece and (.) for the first time makes this complex and very important source truly accessible to historians and other scholars." (Pamela O. Long, in Isis, 103:2, 2012, p. 398) "Angelo Catteneo, in his magisterial account of the life and times of this important artifact, is convinced and convincing that Fra Mauro's map was embedded in his time and place, that it was more modern than medieval, that it was well appreciated and understood, and that it supplied an important step in the development of early modern cartography." (Lesley B. Cormack, in Aestimatio, 10, 2013) Language : english text. Livre. Seller Inventory # 010001

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Angelo Cattaneo

Published by Brepols N.V., Belgium (2011)

ISBN 10: 2503523781 ISBN 13: 9782503523781

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About this Item: Brepols N.V., Belgium, 2011. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Fra Mauro s mappamundi, drawn around 1450 in the monastery of San Michele on Murano in the lagoon of Venice, is among the most relevant compendia of knowledge of the Earth and the Cosmos of the fifteenth century. By examining literary, visual, textual and archival evidences, some long considered lost, this book places the map within the larger context of Venetian culture in the fifteenth century. It provides a detailed analysis of both its main sources (auctores veteres such as Pliny, Solinus, Ptolemy, and novi, like Albert the Great, Thomas Aquinas, Marco Polo and Niccolo de Conti) as well as of the composite networks of contemporary knowledge (scholasticism, humanism, monastic culture, as well as more technical skills such as marine cartography and mercantile practices), investigating the way they combine in the epistemological unity of the imago mundi. More a work on intellectual history than cartography, the book constructs a complex set of frameworks within which to situate Fra Mauro s monumental effort. These range from the cultural history of the reception of the world map from the fifteenth to the nineteenth centuries to the analysis of the material conditions under which map-makers such as Fra Mauro worked; from the history of ideas, especially of natural philosophy to the links between world representations and travel literature. It also addresses the Venetian reception of Ptolemy s Geography, the interactions between Venetian art, theology and cosmography and the complexities of the Venetian vernacular. The book develops a multi-tiered approach, in which different elements of the rich cultural context in which this world map was created, interact with each other, each casting a new light on the encyclopaedic work being analyzed. Seller Inventory # AAJ9782503523781

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