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  1. Averardo de' Medici (1320 – 1363), also known as Everard De Medici or Bicci to disambiguate with his two homonymous ancestors, was the son of Salvestro de' Medici (1300, Florence – 1346, Florence; son of Averardo II de' Medici, 1270–1319), "il Chiarissimo" (English meaning "the fairest" for his complexion, or also interpreted as "the clearest") and the father of three children: Giovanni ...

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    • Jacopa Spini
    • 1363
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  2. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Averardo de' Medici (1320 – 1363), also known as Everard De Medici or Bicci to disambiguate with his two homonymous ancestors, was the son of Salvestro de' Medici (1300, Florence – 1346, Florence; son of Averardo II de' Medici, 1270–1319), "il Chiarissimo" (English meaning "the fairest" for his ...

  3. 28 de mar. de 2024 · A distant cousin of Salvestro was Averardo de’ Medici (or Bicci), whose progeny became the famous Medici of history. His son Giovanni di Bicci de’ Medici (1360–1429), considered the first of the great Medici , inherited the family business based on cloth and silk manufacturing and on banking operations and made the family ...

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  4. 28 de abr. de 2022 · Death: 1363 (42-43) Italy. Place of Burial: Cloth/Silk Manufacturing. Immediate Family: Son of Salvestro Chiarissimo de' Medici, il Chiarissimo and Lisa Donati. Husband of Giovanna Cavallini dei Buonaguidi and Jacopa de' Medici. Father of Giovanni di Bicci de' Medici; Francesco de'Medici, il Vecchio and Antonia de' Medici.

    • 1320
    • 1363 (42-43)Italy
    • Italy
    • Cloth/Silk Manufacturing
  5. 1. Legend says the dynasty descended from a giant-slaying knight. The family’s roots supposedly are linked to one of Charlemagne’s eighth-century knights, named Averardo. As the story goes,...

  6. 1 de ene. de 2019 · Los Médici fueron mecenas de los artistas más relevantes de la época como Miguel Ángel, a quien Lorenzo el Magnífico financió sus obras…. La dinastía de los Médici, que dominó la vida de Florencia y la Toscana durante tres siglos, comenzó con Giovanni di Averardo (1360-1429), quien dio impulso a la banca familiar al tomar a su cargo los intereses de la Iglesia.

  7. Giovanni di Bicci de' Medici (c. 1360–1429), son of Averardo de' Medici (1320–1363), increased the wealth of the family through his creation of the Medici Bank, and became one of the richest men in