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Sammelwerk  The Medici: Citizens and Masters
Black, Robert D.Law, John Easton [Hrsg.]. - Firenze (2015)


In Reihe: Villa i Tatti / 32
Deskriptoren: Medici Black, Robert D. (1946-) Law, John Easton (1945-)
Sprache: Englisch
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Inhalt

Buchbeitrag   

Introduction
Black, Robert D.. • S. 1-11

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Dominant Cities. Florence, Genoa, Venice, Milan, and Their Territories in the Fifteenth Century
Chittolini, Giorgio. • S. 13-26

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Medicean Florence and Beyond. Legitimacy of Power and Urban Traditions
Varanini, Gian Maria. • S. 27-38

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Communal Traditions and Personal Power in Renaissance Florence. The Medici as Signori
Zorzi, Andrea. • S. 39-50

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Diplomacy, Language, and the "Arts of Power"
Bullard, Melissa Meriam. • S. 51-60

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Lorenzo the Magnificent's Regime. Aims, Image, and Constitutional Framework
Fubini, Riccardo. • S. 61-84

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Medici and Sforza - Breeds Apart?
Black, Jane W.. • S. 85-100

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Tuscans and Lombards. The Political Culture of Officialdom
Gentile, Marco. • S. 101-112

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Piero in Power, 1492-1494. A Balance Sheet for Four Generations of Medici Control
Brown, Alison. • S. 113-127

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Medici Economic Policy
Franceschi, Franco. • S. 129-154
https://www.academia.edu/19617410

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Lorenzo de' Medici and Foreigners. Recommendations and Reprisals
Böninger, Lorenz. • S. 155-169

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The Albizzi, the Early Medici, and the Florentine Church, 1375-1460
Peterson, David S.. • S. 171-188

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Religion and Literature in Oligarchic, Medicean, and Savonarolan Florence
Orvieto, Paolo. • S. 189-204

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A Cardinal in Rome. Florentine and Medici Ambitions
Chambers, David Sanderson. • S. 205-220

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Patriarchal Ideals, Patronage Practices, and the Authority of Cosimo "il vecchio"
Kent, Dale V.. • S. 221-238

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The Medici. Defenders of Liberty in Fifteenth-Century Florence
Bausi, Francesco. • S. 239-252

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Medicean Theater. Image and Message
Ventrone, Paola. • S. 253-266

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Sound Patrons. The Medici and Florentine Musical Life
Wilson, Blake. • S. 267-280

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The Medici Question. A Rhetorical "Special Case"?
Milner, Stephen J.. • S. 281-294

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Marking Time. Medici Imagery and Princely Iconography
Wright, Alison. • S. 295-310

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The Politics of Castellation
Lillie, Amanda. • S. 311-348

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Cosimo de' Medici and Francesco Sforza in Machiavelli's Florentine Histories
Najemy, John M.. • S. 349-364

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Florence and Ferrara. Dynastic Marriage and Politics
James, Carolyn. • S. 365-377