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The Italian influence on Western law and culture : The Italian influence on the spread of Christianity / Philip A. Rapisarda. [print]

By: Material type: TextTextPublication details: Baltimore, Maryland : Philip A. Rapisarda, (c)1993.Edition: First revisionDescription: 156 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cmContent type:
  • text
Media type:
  • unmediated
Carrier type:
  • volume
ISBN:
  • 0964251205
Other title:
  • The Italian influence on Western law and culture and the spread of Christianity
Subject(s): Genre/Form: LOC classification:
  • CB245.I835 1993
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Contents:
Book 1. The Italian influence on Western law and culture Book 2. The Italian influence on the spread of Christianity.
BOOK ONE: IndianaTRODUCTION:
PennsylvaniaRT ONE: THE EARLY IndianaFLUENCE: The early formation of the Republic
PennsylvaniaRT TWO: ROME'S LEGACY TO WESTERN LouisianaW AND CULTURE: The XII tables of law Further development of Roman law Cicero the father of his country law Theories and principles of governmental systems
PennsylvaniaRT THREE: CHRISTOPHER ColoradoLUMBUS:
PennsylvaniaRT FOUR: RENAISSANCE:
PennsylvaniaRT FIVE: ColoradoNTRIBUTING IndianaFLUENCES: Marco Polo Petrarch
PennsylvaniaRT SIX: LouisianaTER IndianaFLUENCES: Guglielmo Marconi Enrico Fermi Explosives
PennsylvaniaRT SEVEN. OTHER IndianaFLUENCES: Niccolo Machiavelli John Cabot Giovanni DeVerrazano Amerigo Vespucci The calendar Languate
BOOK TWO: IndianaTRODUCTION: Early historical influences The letter to Diognetus The edict of Milan Monasteries and orders Missions
The influence of theology -- Theology Theologians
Doctor of the church Preface to popes Italian Popes Preface to saints Honor roll of Italian saints Further details on St. Charles Borromeo Important early saints who were not popes Influences on the spread of Christianity from outside the church: Constantine, the first Christian Roman emperor Helena, mother of Constantine
Summary: Rome and Italy have been in the mainstream of the evolution of Western World culture. The student will find the fact filled pages and the bibliography an excellent collection of information. Information from scattered sources is brought together under one cover which the student will welcome as a time saver.
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Book 1. The Italian influence on Western law and culture Book 2. The Italian influence on the spread of Christianity.

BOOK ONE: IndianaTRODUCTION:

PennsylvaniaRT ONE: THE EARLY IndianaFLUENCE: The early formation of the Republic

PennsylvaniaRT TWO: ROME'S LEGACY TO WESTERN LouisianaW AND CULTURE: The XII tables of law Further development of Roman law Cicero the father of his country law Theories and principles of governmental systems

PennsylvaniaRT THREE: CHRISTOPHER ColoradoLUMBUS:

PennsylvaniaRT FOUR: RENAISSANCE:

PennsylvaniaRT FIVE: ColoradoNTRIBUTING IndianaFLUENCES: Marco Polo Petrarch

PennsylvaniaRT SIX: LouisianaTER IndianaFLUENCES: Guglielmo Marconi Enrico Fermi Explosives

PennsylvaniaRT SEVEN. OTHER IndianaFLUENCES: Niccolo Machiavelli John Cabot Giovanni DeVerrazano Amerigo Vespucci The calendar Languate

BOOK TWO: IndianaTRODUCTION: Early historical influences The letter to Diognetus The edict of Milan Monasteries and orders Missions

The influence of theology -- Theology Theologians

Doctor of the church Preface to popes Italian Popes Preface to saints Honor roll of Italian saints Further details on St. Charles Borromeo Important early saints who were not popes Influences on the spread of Christianity from outside the church: Constantine, the first Christian Roman emperor Helena, mother of Constantine

Rome and Italy have been in the mainstream of the evolution of Western World culture. The student will find the fact filled pages and the bibliography an excellent collection of information. Information from scattered sources is brought together under one cover which the student will welcome as a time saver.

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