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Becoming a courtier: Castiglione, Shakespeare and Richard III

Earlier this week Amanda Vickery, in her radio programme¬† On… Men, looked at the concept of the ideal man, defined in Italy in the sixteenth century, which remained a standard for centuries. You can listen again here for a few … Continue reading

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