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" San Spirito, another great monument of the genius of Brunelleschi ; the numerous convents that rose within the walls of Florence, or were scattered immediately about them. "
The Dublin Review - Página 119
1840
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Introduction to the Literature of Europe: In the Fifteenth ..., Volumen1

Henry Hallam - 1837 - 1489 páginas
...the San Spirito, another great monument of the genius of Brunelleschi ; the numerous convents that rose within the walls of Florence, or were scattered...government that was rapidly giving way before the citizen-prince who now surveyed them ; the Palazzo Vecchio, in which the signiory of Florence held...
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen58

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1837
...the San Spirito, another great monument of the genius of Bruuelleschi ; the numerous convents that rose within the walls of Florence, or were scattered...government that was rapidly giving way before the citizen-prince who now surveyed them ; the Palazzo Vecchio, in which the signiory of Florence held...
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The Quarterly review, Volumen58

1837
...the San Spirito, another great monument of the genius of Brunelleschi ; the numerous convents that rose within the walls of Florence, or were scattered...to the trophies of a republican government that was rapidlv giving way before the citizen-prince who now surveyed them ; the Palazzo Vecchio, in which...
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The British and Foreign Review: Or, European Quarterly Journal

1838
...turn to the trophies of a republican government, that was rapidly giving way before the citizen-prince who now surveyed them ; the Palazzo Vecchio, in which the signiory of Florence held then- councils, raised by the Guelf aristocracy, the exclusive but not tyrannous faction that long...
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Introduction to the Literature of Europe in the Fifteenth ..., Volumen1

Henry Hallam - 1842
...turn to the trophies of a republican government that was rapidly giving way before the citizen-prince who now surveyed them ; the Palazzo Vecchio, in which...signiory of Florence held their councils, raised by the Gnelf aristocracy, the exclusive, but not tyrannous faction that long swayed the city; or the new and...
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The Poets and Poetry of Europe: With Introductions and Biographical Notices

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1845 - 779 páginas
...the San Spirito, another great monument of the genius of Brunelleschi ; the numerous convents that rose within the walls of Florence, or were scattered...surveyed them ; the Palazzo Vecchio, in which the seigniory of Florence held their councils, raised by the Guelf aristocracy, the exclusive, but not...
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Introduction to the Literature of Europe in the Fifteenth, Sixteenth and ...

Henry Hallam - 1847
...turn to the trophies of a republican government that was rapidly giving way before the citizen-prince who now surveyed them ; the Palazzo Vecchio, in which...faction that long swayed the city; or the new and unfmished palace which Brunnlleschi had designed for one of the Pitti family, before they fell, as...
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Hand-book for travellers in northern Italy [by sir F. Palgrave].

sir Francis Palgrave - 1847
...; the numerous con" vents that rose within the walls of " Florence, or were scattered imme" diately about them. From these the " eye might turn to the trophies of a " republican government that was ra" pidly giving way before the citizen " prince who now surveyed them ; the "Palazzo Vecchio, in which...
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Hand-book for travellers in northern Italy [by sir F. Palgrave].

sir Francis Palgrave - 1852
...the San Spirito, another great monument of the genius of Brunelleschi; the numerous convents th;it rose within the walls of Florence, or were scattered...surveyed them : the Palazzo Vecchio, in which the siprniory of Florence held their councils, raised by the Quelph aristocracy, the exclusive but not...
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Introduction to the Literature of Europe in the 15th, 16th, and ..., Volumen1

Henry Hallam - 1854 - 856 páginas
...and of San Spirito, another great monument of the genius of Brunelleschi ; the numerous convents that rose within the walls of Florence, or were scattered...government that was rapidly giving way before the citizen-prince who now surveyed them ; the Palazzo Vecchio, in which the signiory of Floience held...
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