During the fifteenth century the Medici banking house in Florence ‘almost passed belief’ in power and influence.
Volume 24 Issue 8 August 1974
The remains of the Palace were almost completely destroyed by the fire of 1834 and, writes L.W. Cowie, the Houses of Parliament were rebuilt by Sir Charles Barry.
In 1701, writes L.R. Betcherman, a leading member of the Whig Junto retired to Rome for the sake of his health.
Derek Lawrence charts the origins of submarine design.
Anthony Dent describes the battle order of a Roman Governor in Asia Minor during the second century, A.D.