Charles the Bold in Italy, 1467-1477 is the definitive study of the last reigning Duke of Burgundy's relations with the Italian states. Charles's dealings with Italy have been studied previously, but this bookabolstered by Richard Walsh's extensive research in European archivesais by far the most comprehensive examination of Charles the Bold's military, diplomatic, and economic relations with the subcontinent. Charles the Bold in Italy will be indispensable to scholars of French and Italian history and diplomacy.Nor were his successors, his daughter Mary and her husband Maximilian of Habsburg, in any position to attempt to restore it until a good many years had elapsed, so that, almost by default, Louis XI again found himself the apparent arbiter ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Charles the Bold and Italy (1467-1477)|
|Author||:||Richard J. Walsh|
|Publisher||:||Liverpool University Press - 2005|