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A positive novelty : women and public life in renaissance Florence / by Natalie Tomas
Bib ID 1567911
Format BookBook
Author
Tomas, Natalie
 
Description Clayton, Vic. : Monash Publications in History, Dept. of History, Monash University, 1992 
77 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. 
ISBN 0732602882
Series

Monash publications in history ; 12.

Notes

Bibliography: p. [71]-77.

Subjects Women in public life -- Italy -- Florence -- History.  |  Women -- Italy -- Florence -- History -- 1268-1492.
Other authors/contributors Monash University. Department of History

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