Venice as the Polity of Mercy



Venice as the Polity of Mercy This study re examines the political economy of Venice from the point of view of the hundreds of corporations which ordinary people despite their apparent exclusion from political life organized and ran for themselves Mercy was central to their Christian values Those who offered mercy to their brethren and sisters in temporary hardship were investing in the expectation of reciprocity in their own time of need Venice as the Polity of Mercy traces a formative linking of economy, polity, and religion in the thirteenth century, then the expansion and extension of a network of overlapping institutions in the fourteenth and fifteenth There followed a dislocation during the struggles of Church and State between the mid sixteenth century and the mid seventeenth, and a revitalizing reconnection of economy and polity in a different religious climate after the plague of 1630 The book offers a picture of circulation and movement rather than of stability and continuity, and a new understanding of the significance of Venice through a reconfiguration of Venetian history and the history of Venetian art. Download Venice as the Polity of Mercy – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 496 pages
  • Venice as the Polity of Mercy
  • Richard Mackenny
  • 12 September 2017
  • 1442649682

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