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history of geographical discovery in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

Edward Heawood

history of geographical discovery in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

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Written in English


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First published 1912.

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Pagination475p.
Number of Pages475
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Open LibraryOL13688091M

Thus Girolamo Tiraboschi connected the discovery of books, antiquity and the Americas in his eighteenth-century History of Italian Literature. 3 Moving into the nineteenth century, Burckhardt's enormously influential Civilisation of the Renaissance in Italy () again drew upon this connection of geographical discovery and the Renaissance Cited by: 9.


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