6 edition of The Medici Aesop found in the catalog.
|Statement||introduction by Everett Fahy ; fables translated from the Greek by Bernard McTigue ; afterword by H. George Fletcher.|
|Genre||Translations into English., Facsimiles.|
|Contributions||Aesop., McTigue, Bernard., New York Public Library.|
|LC Classifications||PA3855.E5 M33 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||175 p. :|
|Number of Pages||175|
|LC Control Number||2005001365|
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Although I enjoyed reading this book and I did learn quite a bit, by the end, I wondered if Paul Strathern loathed the entire Medici Family and the City of Florence in general.
Additionally, he seemed to spend an unnecessary amount of time pointing out various individuals’ sexual proclivities and/or perversions/5(93). The Medici Aesop: From the Spencer Collection of the New York Public Library (English and Ancient Greek Edition) [Aesop, McTigue, Bernard, Everett Fahy] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Medici Aesop: From the Spencer Collection of the New York Public Library (English and Ancient Greek Edition)Reviews: 2. Medici Aesop. This wonderful collection of fables from the Aesop, the Greek writer, is illustrated with the most beautiful illustrations in this ally intended as a Greek-Schoolbook for Piero de Medici in Florence inthis manuscript offers a deep look into the tremendous art of the Italian Renaissance.
The famous fables from Antiquity with animal and human protagonists Brand: Patrimonio Ediciones. The title of the book would seem indicate the focus of the book is HOW the Medici came to power and HOW The writing is well done and the subject matter, the Medici, SHOULD be interesting.
But the author seems to focus on the more trivial details of this family's life and times/5. This is an inexpensive edition of Aesop's Fables, but it is not "unabridged" or "complete".
This book contains only 92 of Aesop's fables. Most other editions have The Medici Aesop book than 2. Each fable takes up less than a page. About half of them are one paragraph. /5(K).
The codex in the New York Public Library (Spencer 50) is unquestionably the most strikingly attractive and lavishly illustrated version of Aesop’s Fables to emerge from the Italian Renaissance.
It was created during the latter part of the quattrocento period in Florence, at that time under the rule of Lorenzo de’Medici (), who appears to have personally commissioned this work..
The Medici Aesop Aesop; McTigue, Bernard (The New York Public Library. NY, ) This book was published in a hardbound version by Harry N.
Abrams in The lovely illustrations remain as precisely rendered here as there. A good introduction gives a concise history of Aesop, the text of the fables, and the illustrations. This hand. The Medici Aesop: From The Spencer Collection Of The New York Public Library.
Book by Aesop, McTigue, Bernard, Everett Fahy Hardcover: pages Free Ebooks The Medici Aesop: From The Spencer Collection Of The New York Public Library Created Date. The Medici Aesop: Spencer MS 50 from the Spencer Collection of the New York Public Library by Aesop (Book); Lives of the early Medici as told in their correspondence by Janet Ross (Book); The library and manuscripts of Piero di Cosimo de'Medici by Francis Ames-Lewis (Book).
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Dec 8, - The donkey in the lion's skin Aesop. Fables (The Medici Aesop). In Greek. Manuscript on vellum, The Medici Aesop: Spencer MS 50 from the Spencer Collection of the New York Public Library Bernard McTigue, Translator, Aesop, Author, Everett Fahy, Adapted by.
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Translated from the Greek by Bernard McTigue. Gherardo di Giovanni. Introduction by Everett Fahy. Afterword by H. George Fletcher. Paperbound.
NY: The New York Public Library. $ from Powell's, Portland, August, ' This book was published in a hardbound version by Harry N. Abrams in