1 edition of Venice and its story found in the catalog.
Venice and its story
First published 1903.
|Statement||by T. Okey, Illustrated by Nelly Erichsen, W. K. Hinchliff & O. F. M. Ward|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 332 p.|
|Number of Pages||332|
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The city both past and present comes to life in the hands of the author, who clearly knows her Venice inside out. One Summer in Venice by Nicky Pellegrino. An enjoyable book that utterly transports the reader to present day Venice.
Addolorata runs the family restaurant Little Italy in London. But after a crushing review, she heads for Venice. Another tremendous book by Thomas Fadden; the story of Venice runs parallel to Fadden’s other book Istanbul, but starts later with Venice’s beginnings around A.D.
Venetians, Fadden writes, were in an interesting position, on a lagoon (physically), and politically between two entities, the East (Constantinople) and the West. Its unique geography created a tension that contributed to their /5.
Stealing Venice by Heather Redding () is a wonderful novel – set against the sumptuous backdrop of contemporary and sixteenth century Venice, this is the story of two women, Anna and Ginevra, separated by centuries, but whose destinies are determined by the merciless chemistry of love: for a person, a place and a painting.
In telling the tale of Venice, the author focuses on the political/economic history of the City state that at one time boasted it ruled a quarter and a half of the Eastern Roman Empire. In telling the story the author looks at the pivotal events of her yrs of independence/5.
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The story of the Conquest of Constantinople has been told for us by one who played a leading rôle in the drama, Jeffrey of Villehardouin, Marshall of Champagne, who was one of the six envoys sent by the organisers of the crusade to Venice to treat for the transport of the army to the East.
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What is it about this ancient canal-way city that piques the imagination. Based on letters found in a palazzo, this is a true love story between an aristocrat and an illegitimate girl in 18th-century Venice. The Venetian Empire: A Sea Voyage (Jan Morris, ).
Morris brings a maritime empire to life in this book that illustrates the city's place on a larger historical canvas. An interesting, but now rather rare book is Sylivia Sprigge's little book The Lagoon of Venice: Its Islands, Life and Communications, published in by Max Parrish of London. It has some 55 photographs, many aerial, and quite a few of which are not to be seen elsewhere.
This is a hardcover book titled, "Venice and Its Story" by T. Okey. This is the Third Edition from There are pages in this book. This book features wonderful color and black & white illustrations.
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There is evidence for a settlement in C.E., and this grew, having its own bishopric by the end of the 7th century.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.