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  1. Hace 2 días · Depending on the question asked, the data analyzed, and the interpretation offered the Medici appear as either citizens ‘with a certain authority’ (as Lorenzo deMedici himself put it in 1481) or as masters of the city and its government.

  2. 30 de may. de 2024 · Lorenzo de Medici residió largos períodos en Careggi, donde solía reunir a la Academia Neoplatónica y el Cenáculo de Marsilio Ficino, y aquí murió en 1492.

  3. 26 de may. de 2024 · In the vibrant and tumultuous world of Renaissance Italy, few figures stand out as vividly as Alessandro deMedici, the first Duke of Florence. Born into one of the most powerful families in Europe, Alessandro was a man of many contradictions.

  4. 22 de may. de 2024 · The article reconstructs the significance and structure of the theory behind the Medici-Lorraine busts which have been on display in the antiricetto of the Gallery of Statues and Paintings since the 1880’s, each one accompanied by an encomiastic text (from the Latin term elogium) regarding the contribution to the development of the museum and it...

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  5. 26 de may. de 2024 · The dynasty began in earnest with Giovanni di Bicci deMedici (1360-1429). Born into a middle-class Florentine family, Giovanni founded the Medici Bank in 1397. He pioneered several banking innovations, including the holding company structure, double-entry bookkeeping, and letters of credit.

  6. 4 de jun. de 2024 · LDM 325B - Lorenzo de Medici. Credits: Variable Italy: Lorenzo de Medici: This course is a place holder registration for students who study abroad on a Binghamton program in Italy. The Office of International Programs registers students admitted to the program.

  7. 27 de may. de 2024 · San Lorenzo is more than just a church – it‘s a living testament to the history and artistic brilliance of the Renaissance. Within its walls, one can trace the evolution of architecture from the early innovations of Brunelleschi to the mannerist complexity of Michelangelo.