1-Intro_Ital_Mannerism

1-Intro_Ital_Mannerism - Modern map of Europe Note that the...

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Map of western Europe in the 15th century Note the highest density of population in Italy (lower right) and the Netherlands (upper left) Modern map of Europe Note that the part of Europe covered by this map is about half the size of the U.S. Spain and Portugal together are slightly smaller in area than Texas.
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Modern map of the so-called Low Countries: Belgium and the Netherlands Modern map of Europe
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Modern map of Belgium and the Netherlands The Netherlands Area: 14,000 sq. miles Population; 13,000,000 Belgium Area: 12,000 sq. miles Population: 9,500,000 Total Area: 26,000 sq. miles (= about 1/2 of Louisiana) Total Population: 22,500,000 (= about 5 times Louisiana; therefore, population density = 10 times Louisiana)
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Note that the major cities of the Netherlands – Amsterdam, Haarlem, Leiden, Utrecht, The Hague, Delft, Rotterdam, Dordrecht – would all fit into a circle with a diameter of only 45 miles. Modern map of the Netherlands
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Modern map of Belgium and the Netherlands Map of the Northern Netherlands (Dutch Republic) and the Southern (or Spanish) Netherlands in 1609
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Map of the Northern Netherlands (Dutch Republic) and the Southern (or Spanish) Netherlands in 1609 Key Dates and Events 1579 - Union of Utrecht: “Declaration of Independence” from Spain by seven northern provinces (not including Drente) of the Netherlands, which eventually become the United Provinces or the Dutch Republic. 1609 - The United Provinces sign a
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This note was uploaded on 10/25/2011 for the course ARTH 4427 taught by Professor Zucker during the Fall '11 term at LSU.

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