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...two nations are bound together by shared history, an overlap in religion and a common ... Amazon.it: Bibliography of British and American Travel in ... ... ... Bibliography (Gr. βιβλίov, a book, and γράφείv to describe), literally, the description of books. Among the Greeks the term βιβλίov γράφίά signified only the writing or transcription of books; and a bibliographer with them was a writer of books, in the sense of a copyist. The French term libliographie was long used to signify only an acquaintance with ancient writings ... Franco-British History 5 January 2012 Rosemary Sweet (University of Leicester) Bri ... Bibliography of British and American Travel in Italy to ... ... ... Franco-British History 5 January 2012 Rosemary Sweet (University of Leicester) British Travellers in Italy in the 18th century Summary: Both the Georgians and the Victorians were fascinated by Italy, but they saw the country with very different eyes. Eighteenth-century travellers sought out the monuments of classical antiquity; their nineteenth-century counterparts, by contrast, whilst still ... The travel journals of Robert Hyde Greg of Quarry Bank Mill : travels in Scotland, Spain and Portugal, France, Italy and the Ottoman Empire 1814-17 | General collection; Mier Noriega y Guerra, José Servando Teresa de, Memorias : un fraile mexicano desterrado en Europa | Latin-American collection Travel in aquatint and lithography, 1770-1860 from the library of J.R. Abbey. A bibliographical catalogue, 2 vols, London 1956-1957. Tsigakou, Fani-Maria, Aνακαλύπτοντας την Eλλάδα, Zωγράφοι και Περιηγητές του 19ου αι., Athens 1981. Tα χαρακτικά της Xίου, τόμ. Italy - Italy - Italy from 1870 to 1945: After the conquest of Rome in 1870, Italian politicians settled down to manage the economy, to build up the country's military power, and—in the telling phrase of the Piedmontese author and statesman Massimo d'Azeglio—to "make Italians." Popular disaffection remained high, especially because of the grist tax that had been introduced in 1869....