Laurie Schneider Adams

Federico da Montefeltro and Sigismondo Malatesta: The Eagle and the Elephant

Peter Lang 1996

A Study of two Renaissance rival princes


Preface Parallel Lives
Introduction Rimini and Urbino: The Malatesta and the Montelfeltro
1. The Making of a Renaissance Prince
2. The Trial
3. Women and the Court
4. Art and the Politics of Magnificence
5. Images of Power
6. The Iconography of Triumph
7. The Eagle and the Elephant

Notes, Appendix, Illustrations, Bibliography, Index

Raffaelli Editore 2005

Italian translation by Moreno Neri, Rimini 2005

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