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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Joanne Marie Ferraro
|Description:||xxxii, 268 p.,  p. of plates : ill. (some col.), maps ; 24 cm.|
Chronology of historical events --
1. Reconstructing the floating city --
2. The riches of Asia, Europe, and North Africa --
3. A pride of lions --
4. Identities and modes of socialization --
5. Material life --
6. City of myth --
7. The Serenissima's wayward subjects --
8. The baroque stage --
9. Epilogue: the tides of change --
Appendix I. Approximate population of Venice during the Republic --
Appendix II. Population of the historic center of Venice, 1871-2010.
|Responsibility:||Joanne M. Ferraro.|
'This is the best book written to date on the Venetian Republic ... In the future, when people want to learn about Venice's history, they'll turn to this book first.' Library Journal 'This is
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The reefs may seem to be real
You will also find coral polyps underneath the water scene. These are small as well as soft bodied animals living in a colonies. They are made in place of calcium carbonate and in longer period of time, it grows bigger along with bigger forming shapes. They are called coral reefs.
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