|MID||Alpha Title||Title||Year||Color/BW||Running Time||Formats||Abstract||Topics|
|1786||MAN THE MEASURE OF ALL THINGS||MAN--THE MEASURE OF ALL THINGS||1970||color||52 min||16mm|| (Civilisation series, Part 4)
The dramatic emergence of the modern world in fourteenth-century Florence, the city of the Medici--among the world's greatest patrons of art--of Donatello and Masaccio, Alberti and Brunelleschi, of Ghiberti and Botticelli, of Lorenzo the Magnificent; in the courts of Urbino and Mantua and in the proud Republic of Venice. It was a period when man felt that through the power of his rediscovered individuality he could accomplish wonders.
[ Note: this title is now available on video--look for it under the title Civilisation, Programs 4-6 ]