Piety and Pythagoras in Renaissance Florence: The Symbolum Nesianum Hardcover – Jul 31 2001
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'This is an admirable work of interdisciplinary scholarship, which I highly recommend.' Richard K. Emmerson, The Catholic Historical Review, April 2003.
About the Author
Christopher S. Celenza, Ph.D. (1995) in History, Duke University and in Classical Studies, University of Hamburg (2001). Professor of Romance Languages, Johns Hopkins University. He has held fellowships from Villa I Tatti, The American Academy in Rome, and the Fulbright Foundation and has published on cu Renaissance humanism and philosophy.
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