Simbologia e funzione delle feste identitarie in alcune città italiane fra XIII e XV secolo

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Abstract

This contribution offers a comparison between three cities of pre-modern Italy with three different forms of government: the republican Florence, the republican Venice (but with a closer form of oligarchic government respect to Florence) and the duchy of Milan. The point of view is that of rituals and civic feasts. The paper shows how Florence, Venice and Milan rouling classes created civic feasts to legitimate their power, using various communication and symbolic languages which reflected the three city-states political differences. The propaganda strategies are analized in a manifold variety of sources (narrative, iconographic, legislative, descriptive) with the final aim to underline how theatre and spectacle, in XIII-XVI centuries, were a crucial point of political negotiation between governments and governed
Titolo tradotto del contributo[Autom. eng. transl.] Symbology and function of identity festivals in some Italian cities between the 13th and 15th centuries
Lingua originaleItalian
pagine (da-a)285-310
Numero di pagine26
RivistaTEATRO E STORIA
VolumeXXVII
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2013

Keywords

  • teatro spettacolo feste identitarie rituali Firenze Venezia Milano medio evo rinascimento processioni trionfi
  • theatre spectacle identity feasts rituals Florence Milan Venice middle ages renaissance processions pageants

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