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Master Thesis

La reprise de l’Antiquité à Florence et à Rome (XIVe-XVe siècle) : figures tutélaires et traces monumentales

Abstract : This study examines the use of ancient figures in Florence and Rome in the 14th and 15th centuries. During these centuries, culture, politics and thought were influenced by the rediscovery of ancient Roman and Greek authors. This period is called the first Italian humanism. This rediscovery leads to the study of Latin and Greek and of ancient Roman monuments. These two cities, although different in many aspects, are closely linked because many exchanges exist. In Florence, many humanists such as Coluccio Salutati and Leonardo Bruni took part in the political life of the city, and defended Florentine values such as freedom. In Rome, Cola di Rienzo and Stefano Porcari, fascinated by Antiquity and humanist thought, fought against the pope and the lords to establish the Roman republic.
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Hugo Lebreton. La reprise de l’Antiquité à Florence et à Rome (XIVe-XVe siècle) : figures tutélaires et traces monumentales. Sciences de l'Homme et Société. 2021. ⟨dumas-03414815⟩



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