Writing History in Renaissance Italy: Leonardo Bruni and the by Gary Ianziti

By Gary Ianziti

Leonardo Bruni is widely known because the most crucial humanist historian of the early Renaissance. Gary Ianziti undertakes a scientific work-by-work research of the complete variety of Bruni’s output in background and biography, and assesses intimately the influence of the Greek historians on humanist equipment of old writing.

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