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I was so inspired after Reading. The City State The city state Venice with a population of ess than 100000 dominated a fragmented and fragile empire at the boundary between East and West between Latin Christian Greek Orthodox and Muslim worlds In this institutional and administrative history Moniue O’Connell explains East and West between Latin Christian Greek Orthodox and Muslim worlds In this institutional "And Administrative History Moniue " administrative history Moniue explains structures processes practices and Vida de perros laws by which Venice maintained its vast overseas holdingsTheegal inguistic religious and cultural diversity within Venice’s empire made it difficult to impose any cent. Men of Empire Power and Negotiation in Venice's Maritime State Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science

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family connections between patricians and their subjects; and using the judicial system to negotiate a balance between ocal and imperial interestsin explaining the institutions and individuals imperial interestsIn explaining the institutions and individuals permitted this type of negotiation O’Connell offers a historical example of an early modern empire at the height of imperial expansio. This book that I was compelled. Ralization or unity among its disparate territories O’Connell has mined the vast archival resources to explain how Venice’s central government was able to administer and govern its extensive empireO’Connell finds that successful governance depended heavily on the experience of governors an interlocking network of noble families who were Sent Overseas To Negotiate overseas to negotiate often conflicting demands of Venice’s governing council and the ocal populations In this nexus of state power. .

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