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Piracy and the decline of Venice, 1580-1615

Alberto Tenenti

Piracy and the decline of Venice, 1580-1615

by Alberto Tenenti

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Published by Longmans in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Venice (Italy)
    • Subjects:
    • Pirates.,
    • Venice (Italy) -- History, Naval.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementtranslated [from the Italian], with an introduction and glossary, by Janet and Brian Pullan.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDG678.235 .T413
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxi, 210 p.
      Number of Pages210
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5578790M
      LC Control Number67091984

      Vol. 21, No. 3, Autumn, Piracy and the Decline of Venice by Alberto Tenenti. Piracy and the Decline of Venice by Alberto Tenenti (pp. ) Review by: Theodore K. Rabb DOI: / Renaissance Books. Renaissance Books (pp. ). A History of Venice, by John Julius Norwich, is an in-depth analysis of the history of the Republic of Venice from inception to its eclipse and demise. Venice came together around the time of the fall of the Western Roman Empire, as refugees from various Italian cities found themselves fleeing an onslaught of German and Hun invaders/5(K).

      Venice provided over half of the galleys and six galleasses in the allies’ victory of 7 October at Lepanto. By then Cyprus had fallen, though Crete was saved. Venice, whose aims differed from Spain’s, made peace with the Ottomans in and returned to trade. In the same years piracy had burgeoned in the Mediterranean.   Venice emerged victorious in its struggle with Genoa and Padua over the eastern trade in the War of Chioggia of –, in which the Venetians mounted for the first time cannon on their galleys. Threats from Milan drove Venice to acquire a mainland empire that stretched from Padua to Bergamo. Piracy remained a perpetual problem.

      PIRACY. PIRACY. Piracy was a prominent feature of the Mediterranean world up through the nineteenth century. The relative poverty of the soil, the inviting expanse of the sea with its lively commercial life, and the many hiding places provided by the islets scattered across the area — particularly in the Aegean — ensured that the coastal inhabitants would always be tempted by the life of. Several fine books exist on this subject, including Alberto Tenenti, Piracy and the decline of Venice, –, trans. Janet Pullan and Brian Pullan (Berkeley and Los Angeles, ); Catherine Wendy Bracewell, The Uskoks of Senj: piracy, banditry, and holy war in the sixteenth-century Adriatic (Ithaca, NY, ); and C. Lloyd, English Author: Daniel Goffman.


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Piracy and the Decline of Venice, – By Alberto Tenenti. Translated by Janet and Brian Pullan. Berkeley: University of California Press, Pp. xviii, $ - Volume 28 Issue 2 - Thomas R. De GregoriAuthor: De Gregori, R Thomas. Piracy and the decline of Venice, With an introd.

and glossary by Janet and Brian Pullan University of California Piracy and the decline of Venice Berkeley Australian/Harvard Citation. Tenenti, Alberto.Piracy and the decline of Venice, Piracy and the Decline of Venice, – By Alberto Tenenti.

Translated by Janet and Brian Pullan. Berkeley: University of California Press, Alberto Tenenti, Piracy and the Decline of Venicepp. 64, Further Reading: Elizabeth I of England / The Virgin Queen / Gloriana / Good Queen Bess. Venice (vĕn´Ĭs), Ital.

Venezia, city ( pop. ,), capital of Venetia and of Venice prov., NE Italy, built on alluvial islets within a lagoon in the Gulf of Venice (an arm of the Adriatic Sea). The city is connected with the mainland, mi (4 km) away, by a rail and highway bridge.

Between the islands run about canals, mostly very narrow, crossed by some bridges. Piracy and the Decline of Venice, by Alberto Tenenti, Janet Pullan, Brian Pullan (p. ) Review by: Thomas R. De Gregori. Genre/Form: Naval history: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Tenenti, Alberto.

Piracy and the decline of Venice, London, Longmans, In fact, piracy together with corsairs, are highly related to maritime transports and even played a significant role in the decline of the Republic of Venice [1].

However, perhaps since neither Shakespeare nor Disney had written a play or movie named “Pirates of Venice”, research in this domain is insufficient and always limited to some specific aspects.

Piracy and the decline of Venice, Berkeley, Calif.: University of California Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Alberto. contexts of early piracy are well-documented in popular media and highlight the basic objectives of the pirates, such as the focal economic ends rather than political, together with the difficulties in combating them.

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London and Berkeley, -Grotius thinks (book II., chap. xx., § 40) that a government has the right not only to avenge its wrongs, but even the offenses which violate international law, whomsoever they may concern.

Introduction. As a golden city of maritime commerce, Venice attracted not only merchants but also hundreds of thousands of pirates. In fact, piracy together with corsairs, are highly related to maritime transports and even played a significant role in the decline of the Republic of Venice [1].However, perhaps since neither Shakespeare nor Disney had written a play or movie named .50 years ago, Alberti Tenenti famously linked Venice’s maritime decline to the rise of piracy, In this paper I would like to revisit Tenenti’s thesis, but situating over a larger area, in a shorter time frame.

From 12 April to 11 Julythe Venetian merchant vessel Rizarda sailed from Alexandretta to Venice, via Cyprus and.Tenenti, Alberto Piracy and the Decline of Venice, – Berkeley University of California Press Tenenti, Alberto Renaissance Venice Hale, John R. London Faber and Faber Tiepolo, Maria Francesca I Greci a Venezia Tiepolo, Maria Francesca Tonetti, Eurigio Venice Istituto veneto di scienze, lettere ed arti Cited by: 6.