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Study & Research European Renaissance and Reformation 1350-1600: Lifestyle and Recreation

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The first item is a contract that records the possessions mainly clothes) that Giovanna Scandella, the daughter of a northern Itahan village miller and carpenter, brought to her husband as a dowry in 1600. An orphan at the time of her wedding, her family had scraped by, sven in difficult times, with the two mills which her father, at one time the village's mayor, had rented. The list therefore provides a good example of the clothes a better-off peasant mighf own The second and third, texts are excerpts taken from the 1578 correspondence between the son of a politically important and extremely wealthy Nuremberg family, Fnederich Behaim VIII, and his mother,while he was a freshman at the nearby, Altdorf Academy (an institution that could only confer the B.A. and M A degrees) The "letters reveal that Friederich was more concerned with his...

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