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Ippolito di Este

Ippolito di Este

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Published .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[Walter Savage Landor]
SeriesEnglish and American drama of the nineteenth century
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationp. [245]-260
Number of Pages260
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15159184M

COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle . Ippolito (II) d'Este (Aug – December 2, ) was an Italian cardinal and statesman. He was a member of the House of Este, and nephew of the other Ippolito d'Este, also a is perhaps best known for his despoliation of the then 1,year-old Hadrian's Villa, built by the Roman emperor Hadrian, removing marbles and statues from it to decorate his Born: Aug , Ferrara, Italy.

Ippolito II d'Este Label from public data source Wikidata Sources found: The cardinal's hat, CIP galley (Ippolito d'Este, second son of Alfonso d'Este and Lucretia Borgia, b. Aug. 25, in Ferrara; archbishop of Milan and later cardinal; close associate of French kings Francis I and Henry II; patron of the arts and builder of Villa d. Antiafrodisiaco per l'amor platonico di Nievo, Ippolito e una grande selezione di libri, arte e articoli da collezione disponibile su

Ludovico Ariosto (–), one of Italy’s greatest poets, was a leading figure of sixteenth-century Italian humanism. After some years working in the household of Cardinal Ippolito d’Este, to whom he dedicated his dazzling romance epic Orlando Furioso (), Ariosto settled in Ferrara under the patronage of Ippolito’s brother Alfonso. He continued to write throughout . Ippolito (II) d'Este (25 August – 2 December ) was an Italian cardinal and statesman. He was a member of the House of Este, and nephew of the other Ippolito d'Este, also a cardinal. He is perhaps best known for his despoliation of the then 1,year-old Hadrian's Villa, built by the Roman emperor Hadrian, removing marbles and statues from it to decorate his own villa, .


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Ippolito d’Este was the archbishop of Milan and this book details, in part, his route to becoming a cardinal. Mary Hollingsworth researched this book using archives of documents at Modena and one of the most fascinating things about it is discovering how much of the story of a life can be gleaned from documents such as bills, inventories and.

The second son of Alfonso d’Este and Lucretia Borgia, the Duke and Duchess of Ferrara, Ippolito d’Este was made the archbishop of Milan at the age of nine. But from the time of his father’s death inhe set his ambitions on acquiring the powerful and coveted cardinal’s hat. Ippolito d'Este was spoiled an By Jonathan Overlook.

$Ippolito d'Este was spoiled and self-indulgent almost beyond imagination. The second son of Alfonso d'Este and Lucretia. Ippolito d'Este was born in in Ferrara, the second son of Alfonso d'Este and Lucretia Borgia. The firstborn son was fated to be the Duke of Ferrara, and Ippolito was fated to enter the church.

Ippolito was no more pious than his brother; their respective careers were merely a matter of by: 1. Ippolito I D’Este () Vita avventurosa di un cardinale del Rinascimento. Marialucia Menegatti. Terzogenito di Ercole I d’Este e di Eleonora d’Aragona, Ippolito percorre una fulminea carriera ecclesiastica: arcivescovo di Esztergom in Ungheria nelcardinale dalad appena 14 anni, quindi vescovo di Milano, Ferrara, Modena, Capua, Eger.

‘A Taste for Conspicuous Consumption: Ippolito d’Este and his Wardrobe, ’, in Mary Hollingsworth and Carol Richardson (eds.), The Possessions of a Cardinal: Politics, Pierty and ArtUniversity Park PA (Pennsylvania State University Press)pp.

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Vita del cardinale Ippolito I. d'Este scritta da un anonimo, con annotazioni: Author: Giovanni Girolamo Monferrato de'Calcagnini: Publisher: Ripamonti-Carpano, Original from: Austrian National Library: Digitized: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.

The second son of Alfonso d’Este and Lucretia Borgia, the Duke and Duchess of Ferrara, Ippolito d’Este was made the archbishop of Milan at the age of nine. But from the time of his father’s death inhe set his ambitions on acquiring the powerful and coveted cardinal’s Brand: ABRAMS (Ignition).

The very name Lucrezia Borgia conjures up everything that was sinister and corrupt about the Renaissance—incest, political assassination, papal sexual abuse, poisonous intrigue, unscrupulous power grabs.

Yet, as bestselling biographer Sarah Bradford reveals in this breathtaking new portrait, the truth is far more fascinating than the myth.3/5(9). The Cardinal's Hat: Money, Ambition and Housekeeping in a Renaissance Court by Mary Hollingsworth pp, Profile, £ From the moment he was born inand probably for quite a long time.

- Tivoli - 3: Villa d'Este - the Palace Cardinal Ippolito II d'Este was born in His parents were Alfonso I d'Este, Duke of Ferrara, Modena and Reggio and Lucrezia Borgia, daughter of Pope Alexander VI and Vannozza Cattanei; as he was a cadet he followed the steps of his uncle Cardinal Ippolito I.

His ecclesiastical career was supported by King Francis I of France. Ippolito II d'Este, cardinale di Ferrara: Da documenti originali inediti by Vincenzo Pacifici (Book) Facvltates reverendissimo domino Hippolyto, sanctæ Mariæ in Acquiro Diacono, Cardinali Ferrariensis nuncupato, in regno Frãciae, à latere legato per sanctissimum Dominum nostrum, D.

Pium Papam quartum concessæ. The Ippolito d’Este of The Cardinal’s Hat is a man very much on the make: an ambassador to the court of France under Francis I, a passionate sportsman (real tennis and hunting) and, above all, desperate to be made a cardinal.

He is in his mid-twenties, possessed of a splendid income, a strong body and a large network of ed on: Ap Ippolito Nievo was born inin Padova (Italy) and died in a shipwreck in the Tyrrhenian Sea (). After graduating in Law at the University of Padova, he refused to join his father's profession as a lawyer, because this implied an act of submission to the Austrian Government, to which the Italian region Veneto belonged/5.

The history of the manuscript is closely associated with the tragic life of Anna Sforza, the first wife of Ippolito’s brother Alfonso d’Este. 12 large-format miniatures and countless fantastic historiated initials adorn the private prayer book, which wonderfully presents the artistry of the Milanese court painter Francesco Binaso in the Brand: Imago.

Ippolito d'Este with his mother Lucrezia Borgia as the Virgin Mary with the Child Jesus Christ, after (probably produced by order of Ippolito d'Este) Book and E-Book.

Lucrezia Borgia – The Life of a Pope's Daughter in der Renaissance. with family trees and 78 figures (37 of which are in colour).

The Villa d’Este’s construction started in Julywhen the Cardinal Ippolito d’Este returned in Tivoli after Pope Pius IV appointed him as the new governor of Tivoli. Before that, d’Este was exiled for four years because Pope .Ippolito d’Este was the archbishop of Milan and this book details, in part, his route to becoming a cardinal.

Mary Hollingsworth researched this book using archives of documents at Modena and one of the most fascinating things about it is discovering how much of the story of a life can be gleaned from documents such as bills, inventories and.