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Rich and poor in Renaissance Venice; the social institutions of a Catholic state, to 1620

Author: Brian S Pullan
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, 1971.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Brian S Pullan
ISBN: 0674769406 9780674769403
OCLC Number: 131414
Description: x, 689 pages illustrations, maps 24 cm
Contents: Part One: the Scuole Grandi --
1. The Scuole Grandi: the first principles and their later development --
2. The orders of rich and poor --
3. Brothers and outsiders: The Scuole Grandi and the Venetian people --
4. Pomp and office: the citizens and the Scuole Grandi --
5, The acquisition of property and the service of the state --
6. Wealth and its uses --
Part II: The New Philanthropy --
1. Hospitals during the fifteenth century --
2. New inspirations and incentives --
3. Poor laws and private societies, 1528-1540 --
4. The Enforcement of the poor laws: towards a social policy, 1540-1577 --
5. The supervision of charities and the correction of abuses, 1540-1600 --
6. Educational charity and moral reform, 1540-1620 --
Part Three: Venetian Jewry and the Minti Di Pieta --
1. The early Jewish bankers and the first Monti di Pieta --
2. Foundations of the Ghetto, 1509-1537 --
3. The Turn of the screw, 1541-1571 --
4. The Jewish economy,1571-1618 --
The extension of the Monti-di Pieta, 1550-1620 --
6. The uses and abuses of the Monti di Pieta.
Responsibility: [by] Brian Pullan.

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