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Venice is a unique city in the world, for its culture and history. It was a Republic that lasted over years, had the most civilized and liberal constitution in the world during its whole existence, up until the creation of the United States of by: I'm not an expert on Venice, but I very much enjoyed reading "City of fortune: how Venice won and lost a naval empire" by Roger Crowley. It tells the story of Venice, from the year (the founding of the city) until (when Venice lost most. If you are looking for a perfect book about the history of Venice before travelling to this city or just out of overall curiosity for its history, don't look any further. This book is engaging, well written and informative. The history of Venice is presented since its establishment to the present time in a well-researched, balanced and vivid way/5. The city has a history dating from the sixth century, and once wasn't just a city in a larger state: Venice was once one of the greatest trading powers in European history. Venice was the European end of the Silk Road trade route which moved goods all the way from China, and consequently was a cosmopolitan city, a true melting pot.
The World of Venice. By Jan Morris. Morris displays her talent for research, telling anecdote and well-wrought prose in this spirited portrait of a beloved city, its history and inhabitants. If you are going to read one book on Venice, we recommend this favorite. Learn more on Amazon >>. Renowned historian, and author of A Short History of Byzantium, John Julius Norwich's classic history of Venice A History of Venice tells the story of this most remarkable of cities from its founding in the fifth century, through its unrivalled status for over a thousand years as one of the world's busiest and most powerful city states, until its fall at the hands of Napoleon in /5(64). The chef is apparently well known but I hadn’t heard of him. However the book (Francesco's Kitchen: Authentic Flavours of Venice) is a great way to discover the superb cuisine of Venice and the text and beautifully illustrated photos are a celebration of this enchanting . It is also a history book with a contemporary mission, seeking to contribute to current debates about how Venice might best live in the 21st century.’—Kate Ferris, THES THES - Kate Ferris Bosworth, a subtle and stylish historian, believes that the best way to keep Venice alive (and authentic) is to embrace its unofficial histories.’Brand: Yale University Press.
Explore our list of Venice (Italy) - History Books at Barnes & Noble®. Receive FREE shipping with your Barnes & Noble Membership. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thomas F. Madden, brave soul, has tried to cram all of Venice between the covers of one medium-size book; the subtitle, “A New History,” is clearly meant to draw readers’ attention. VENICE HISTORY SITE. This interactive educational site (online since ) covers the history of Venice Beach, California. It features timelines, historic articles and photographs, interactive maps that when clicked on show historic views, and a list of movies filmed on Venice's streets, amusement piers and canals.. NOTE: This list needs updated by people who watch many recent movies and. This book collects papers and essays written by historian Frederic C. Lane, who specialized in medieval Venetian history. Originally published in Venice and History | .