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By Ferdinand Gregorovius,David S. Chambers,Annie Hamilton

This variation of Ferdinand Gregorovius’ "History of the town of Rome within the center a while" relies at the English translation of the fourth German edition.
Volume VIII, half 2 contains ebook Fourteen, chapters 5-7 of Gregorovius’ History.
Book Fourteen, chapters 5-7 covers the years 1522 to 1534. It treats: Adrian VI; anarchy and plague in Rome; makes an attempt at Reform; Francis I and the French invasion; Clement VII; the battle of the League; the imperial march in the direction of Rome; Frundsberg, Bourbon, Giovanni Medici and Lannoy; the Sack of Rome, 1527; Clement VII in Castel Sant’Angelo; impression of the Sack at the arts and studying; Rome after the Sack; the Peace of Cambray; Charles V emperor; loss of life of Clement VII, September 25, 1534; shut of the heritage of town of Rome within the center a while. 440 pp.

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