Diplomacy and Early Modern Culture (Early Modern Literature by R. Adams,R. Cox

By R. Adams,R. Cox

providing a clean method of the research of the determine of the diplomat within the early glossy interval, this selection of different readings of archival texts, items and contexts contributes a brand new research of the areas, actions and practices of the Renaissance embassy.

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