This monograph provides as full a bibliographical and codicological report on Florence 164-7 as is currently possible. Such evidence suggests that the earlier thesis is more likely to be correct: the manuscript was copied in Florence c. 1520. After a review of the evidence for provenance and date, the repertory of the manuscript is placed in its historical and cultural context. Florence of the early sixteenth century is shown to have an organized cultural life that was characterized by the activities of such institutions as the Sacred Academy of the Medici, the famous group that met in the garden of the Rucellai, and others.Handbook for the Fire Design of Steel, Composite and Concrete Structures to the Eurocodes Tom Lennon ... British Standards Institution (2003) Application of Fire Safety Engineering Principles to the Design of Buildings a Part I : Initiation andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Designers' Guide to EN 1991-1-2, EN 1993-1-2 and EN 1994-1-2|
|Publisher||:||Thomas Telford - 2007-01|