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Donald E. Queller. The Venetian Patriciate: Reality versus Myth. Urbana-Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1986. xiii + 388 pp.

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1 “The Civic Irresponsibility of the Venetian Nobility,” in David Herlihy, Robert S. Lopez, and Vsevelod Slessarev, eds., Economy, Society, and Government in Medieval Italy: Essays in Memory of Robert L. Reynolds (Kent, Ohio, 1969)pp. 223-36; Donald E. Queller and Francis R. Swietek, “The Myth of the Venetian Patriciate: Electoral Corruption in Medieval Venice,” in Two Studies on Venetian Government (Geneva, 1977), pp. 95-175.

2 King, Margaret L., Venetian Humanism in an Age of Patrician Dominance (Princeton, 1986), pp. 92 and 249.

3 One of his favorite targets among modem historians, Giuseppe Maranini, is a rather easy mark. According to a personal communication from Professor John Adams, former labor attaché to the United States Embassy in Rome during the late 1940's, Maranini was one of the most retrograde of the Fascist ideologues.

Donald E. Queller. The Venetian Patriciate: Reality versus Myth. Urbana-Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1986. xiii + 388 pp.

  • Edward Muir (a1)

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