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The Rise and Fall of the House of Medici

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Product description

Hardback in slip case. Light rubbing to corners, top and base of the slip case. A few small, faint marks. Minimal signs of wear to the book. A few very small, faint, barely noticeable marks to covers and page edges. All pages are present, tightly bound, clean, bright and free from notes. Slip case: Very Good/Book: Very Good +.

The Medici family were one of the most powerful dynasties in Florence during the Renaissance. Christopher Hibbert explores their extensive influence on politics, culture, economics and the church that spanned centuries before its decline in the 18th century. This edition features an introduction by Harold Acton.

Folio Society: London, United Kingdom, 1998

Item details

Author(s):
Christopher Hibbert
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Folio Society
Title:
The Rise and Fall of the House of Medici

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Hardback in slip case. Light rubbing to corners, top and base of the slip case. A few small, faint marks. Minimal signs of wear to the book. A few very small, faint, barely noticeable marks to covers and page edges. All pages are present, tightly bound, clean, bright and free from notes. Slip case: Very Good/Book: Very Good +.

The Medici family were one of the most powerful dynasties in Florence during the Renaissance. Christopher Hibbert explores their extensive influence on politics, culture, economics and the church that spanned centuries before its decline in the 18th century. This edition features an introduction by Harold Acton.

Folio Society: London, United Kingdom, 1998

Author(s):
Christopher Hibbert
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Folio Society
Title:
The Rise and Fall of the House of Medici

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