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FOOTNOTES

1. Lisa Boutin Vitela, “Ceramics Exhibit Analysis,” Art/e, IDEA: Isabella d’Este Archive, accessed September 21, 2017, https://ideaart.web.unc.edu/ex-analysis/.

2. Anne MacNeil, Ad tempo taci: Songs for Isabella d’Este, filmed May 2015 at Mantua, Italy, video, 27:40, Music/a, IDEA: Isabella d’Este Archive, https://ideamusic.web.unc.edu/ad-tempo-taci.

3. “About IDEA: Isabella d’Este Archive,” IDEA Home, IDEA: Isabella d’Este Archive, accessed September 21, 2017, https://isabelladeste.web.unc.edu/about-idea.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Vitela, Lisa Boutin. “Ceramics Exhibit Analysis.” Art/e. IDEA: Isabella d’Este Archive. Accessed September 21, 2017. https://ideaart.web.unc.edu/ex-analysis.

MacNeil, Anne. Ad tempo taci: Songs for Isabella d’Este. Filmed May 2015 at Mantua, Italy. Video, 27:40.  Music/a. IDEA: Isabella d’Este Archive. https://ideamusic.web.unc.edu/ad-tempo-taci.

“About IDEA: Isabella d’Este Archive.” IDEA Home. IDEA: Isabella d’Este Archive. Accessed September 21, 2017. https://isabelladeste.web.unc.edu/about-idea.