Marsilio Ficino (1433-1499) made a vital contribution to the change in European
Society that took place in the Renaissance. Men of influence throughout Europe
drew intellectual and spiritual inspiration from him and his Academy. He conducted
an extensive correspondence and during his life 12 volumes of his letters were
published. With the exception of a few individual letters, these have not been
translated into English before. The ongoing translations are the work of a group
of scholars at the School of Economic Science in London.
Special Offer: If all 8 volumes are ordered as a complete set, the cost will be reduced from £185.00 to £160.00