- Title Pages
- List of Abbreviations
- Rulers of Milan, 1287–1535
- Chapter 1 Plenitude of Power: Absolutism in the Middle Ages
- Chapter 2 The Early Visconti and the Claim to Absolute Power
- Chapter 3 Giangaleazzo's Investiture and its Legacy
- Chapter 4 Lawyers and the Absolute Powers of the Duke
- Chapter 5 Plenitude of Power in Practice: Preserving Justice while Infringing Rights
- Chapter 6 Lawyers and the Repudiation of Ducal Absolutism
- Chapter 7 The Surrender of Absolute Power
- APPENDIX 1 <i>Certa Scientia, Non Obstante, Motu Proprio</i>
- APPENDIX 2 Plenitude of Power and <i>Iura Reservata</i>
- Absolutism in Renaissance Milan
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