Beyond the Palio: Urban Ritual in Renaissance Siena
Jackson, P. and Nevola, F., eds., 2006. Beyond the Palio: Urban Ritual in Renaissance Siena. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.
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Beyond the Palio is an interdisciplinary collection of essays examining the components and importance of ritual events and ceremonies in Renaissance Siena. • Brings together studies based upon diverse disciplinary and methodological approaches to a common theme. • Provides specific case studies and useful comparisons to well–known monographic studies of ritual in Florence and Venice. • Concentrates on a single city to emphasize the important function of public rituals to life during the early modern period. • Looks at both local ritual life and the ways it was presented to and viewed by those outside the city.
|Editors||Jackson, P.and Nevola, F.|
|Departments||Faculty of Engineering & Design > Architecture & Civil Engineering|
|Additional Information||Originally published in 'Renaissance Studies', 2006, 20(2) as a Special Issue|
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