- Title Pages
1A local Renaissance: Florentine Quattrocento palaces and all’antica styles 1
2The Arch of Trajan in Ancona and civic identity in the Italian Quattrocento from Ciriaco d’Ancona to the death of Matthias Corvinus 1
3Roma caput mundi: Rome’s local antiquities as symbol and source
4A local sense of the past: spolia, reuse and all’antica building in southern Italy, 1400–1600 1
5The Gaulish past of Milan and the French invasion of Italy 1
6Reusing and redisplaying antiquities in early modern France
7Local antiquities in Spain: from Tarragona to Córdoba
8Local antiquaries and the expansive sense of the past: a case study from Counter-Reformation Spain
9Luís de Camões’s The Lusiads and the paradoxes of expansion
10Semini and his progeny: the construction of Antwerp’s antique past 1
11Resurrecting Belgica Romana: Peter Ernst von Mansfeld’s garden of antiquities in Clausen, Luxemburg, 1563–90
12On Romans, Batavians and giants: the quest for the true origin of architecture in the Dutch Republic
13The role of ancient remains in the Sarmatian culture of early modern Poland
14Inventing England: English identity and the Scottish ‘other’, 1586–1625
- Local antiquities, local identities
- Kathleen Christian, Bianca de Divitiis
- Manchester University Press
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