Absolutism in Renaissance Milan: Plenitude of Power Under the Visconti and the Sforza 1329-1535

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Black deftly lays out relevant events and official actions with clarity and a level of detail that respects her goal. (Joseph P. Byrne, History)

Janet Black here offers a careful and detailed account which takes seriously not only the part played by strategy, intimidation, and violence, but also - and perhaps more so - by legal arguments. ... this book is important not only for those aiming to understand the Visconti and Sforza regimes, but for the evolution of government from late medieval tyrannies into early modern absolutism. (Nicholas Terpstra, The Sixteenth Century Journal)

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Jane Black shows how authority above the law, once the preserve of pope and emperor, was seized, exploited, and eventually relinquished, by the ruling Milanese dynasties. Lawyers supported the free use of absolute power at first, but both sides realised that society could not function unless property and other rights were respected.

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