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  1. Filippo Strozzi the Elder (4 July 1428 – 14 May 1491) was an Italian banker and statesman, a member of the affluent Strozzi family of Florence. He was born in Florence to Matteo Strozzi (son of Simone Strozzi and Andreina Rondinelli) and Alessandra Macinghi (daughter of Filippo Macinghi). [1]

  2. The Strozzi opposed the Medici and so Cosimo the Elder banned the family’s male members from Florence in 1434. Filippo Strozzis exile was lifted in 1466 and on his return home he devoted his energies to building a residence with the ambition of creating the “largest and finest palazzo” in Florence.

  3. Article: One of the last incunables to be digitized for the Polonsky Project is one of the very finest. The first translation of Pliny the Elders Natural History into Italian was published by the Strozzi family of Florence in 1476. The edition of 1,025 copies was printed in Venice by Nicolaus Jenson, mostly on paper.

  4. hmn.wiki › es › Filippo_Strozzi_the_ElderFilippo Strozzi el Viejo

    Filippo Strozzi el Viejo (4 de julio de 1428 - 14 de mayo de 1491) fue un banquero y estadista italiano, miembro de la próspera familia Strozzi de Florencia.

  5. Filippo Strozzi the Elder (4 July 1428 – 14 May 1491) was an Italian banker and statesman, a member of the affluent Strozzi family of Florence. Filippo Strozzi the Elder, medal (1489) He was born in Florence to Matteo Strozzi (son of Simone Strozzi and Andreina Rondinelli) and Alessandra Macinghi (daughter of Filippo Macinghi).

  6. Filippo Strozzi the Younger (January 4, 1489 – December 18, 1538) was a Florentine banker, and the most famous member of the Strozzi family in the Renaissance. He is best remembered as a tragic hero and defender of the lost Florentine republic against the Medici dukes – yet this is almost entirely a nineteenth-century fiction of ...

  7. 20 de nov. de 2018 · Filippo Strozzi's motives for building his great Florentine palace were described by his son Lorenzo in a well-known passage. Greedier for fame than possessions, interested in and well informed about building and not knowing a better means ‘of preserving his memory,’ Filippo resolved to construct ‘in the midst of his other Strozzi [relatives]’ a building ‘which should bring renown to ...