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Lorenzo de" Medici

Alfred von Reumont

Lorenzo de" Medici

the Magnificent

by Alfred von Reumont

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Published by Smith, Elder & Co. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medici, Lorenzo de", -- 1449-1492.

  • Edition Notes

    In 2 vols.

    Statementtranslated from the German by Robert Harrison.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13881758M

    Lorenzo de' Medici. This article relates to The Most Beautiful Woman in Florence. One of the main characters in Alyssa Palombo's novel, The Most Beautiful Girl in Florence, is a fictional representation of Lorenzo de' Medici (), one of the de facto rulers of the Republic of Florence during the height of the Italian Renaissance. Summary. Machiavelli’s dedication of The Prince—with the heading “Niccolò Machiavelli to the Magnificent Lorenzo de’ Medici”—is a letter to Lorenzo de’ Medici, who was the nephew of Giovanni de’ Medici (Leo X) and became duke of Urbino in Machiavelli offers his book with customary humility, commenting that it is stylistically simple and unworthy of his audience.

    Novels by Medici, Lorenzo de, translated by Roscoe, William, Letter to Giovanni de Medici, Governor in A Literary Source-book of the Italian Renaissance, history of literature, humanism in Italy, 15th century, primary source, in modern English translation, open source e-texts, e-books, dirkbraeckmanvenice2017.com Lorenzo de 'Medici is a direct descendant of the Medici family, one of the most important in history, whose patronage fostered the creation of the greatest works of the Renaissance, was born in Milan (Italy) and spent his childhood in Switzerland.

    The ruler of Florence from to , Lorenzo dé Medici was part of the influential Medici family and the dedicatee of The Prince. Lorenzo was the nephew of pope Leo X, who appointed Lorenzo the Duke of Urbino. In The Prince Machiavelli urges Lorenzo to unify Italy, although it is unlikely that Lorenzo ever read The Prince. Book Description: Guarino presents, for the first time in English translation, the entire literary corpus of Lorenzo de’ Medici, also known as Lorenzo the Magnificent. This edition includes all of Lorenzo’s love poems, comic works, and philosophical treatises.


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Lorenzo de" Medici by Alfred von Reumont Download PDF EPUB FB2

Magnifico is a vividly colorful portrait of Lorenzo de' Medici, the uncrowned ruler of Florence during its golden age. A true "Renaissance man," Lorenzo dazzled contemporaries with his prodigious talents and magnetic personality.

Known to history as Il Magnifico (the Magnificent), Lorenzo was not only the foremost patron of his day Lorenzo de Medici book also a renowned poet, equally adept at composing Cited by: 3.

Lorenzo de' Medici (Italian pronunciation: [loˈrɛntso de ˈmɛːditʃi], 1 January – 8 April ) was an Italian statesman, de facto ruler of the Florentine Republic and the most powerful and enthusiastic patron of Renaissance culture in Italy.

Also known as Lorenzo the Magnificent (Lorenzo il Magnifico [loˈrɛntso il maɲˈɲiːfiko]) by contemporary Florentines, he was a magnate Born: 1 JanuaryFlorence, Republic of Florence.

Aug 26,  · (Read the book and find out for yourself, if you're curious.) The culture where Lorenzo de Medici lived was indeed long ago and far away from Arizona, which is where I live today. I feel a debt of gratitude to the de Medicis for the contribution they made to my world, and also to Charles L.

Mee Jr. for describing their lives, times and events.4/4(60). Lorenzo de' Medici has 49 books on Goodreads with ratings. Lorenzo de' Medici’s most popular book is Selected Poems and Prose.

The Prayer book of Lorenzo de' Medici is one of the most elegant Renaissance manuscript from the mid-west area of Italy. The codex, also known as Gebetbuch des Lorenzo de' Medici, was written and illuminated in the last quarter of the 15th century in Florence – notoriously known as the hometown of the Medici family – and it features Librarian Note: There is more than one author by this name in the Goodreads database.

This is the historical figure. Lorenzo de' Medici (1 January – 9 April ) was an Italian statesman and ruler of the Florentine Lorenzo de Medici book during the Italian Renaissance/5(3). The Book of Hours of Lorenzo de' Medici is a remarkable manuscript preserved at the Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana in Florence.

The small and lavish codex is comparable to a jewel because of the preciousness of the stones that decorate the binding and the elegant illuminations attributed to Francesco Rosselli.

The Book of Hours of Lorenzo de' Medici: A Jewel Book for Women. Jan 08,  · As opposed to the devotional book of Gian Galeazzo Visconti and the bibles of Borso d’Este and Federico da Montefeltro, the Book of Hours of Lorenzo de’ Medici was not meant to be used by the statesman himself.

Lorenzo de’ Medici was an Italian politician, statesman, diplomat, banker, and de facto ruler of the Republic of Florence. Check out this biography to know about his childhood, family life, achievements and fun facts about his life. This is the first book-length collection in English of the literary works of Lorenzo de&’Medici, the major poetic voice of the Florentine dirkbraeckmanvenice2017.como de&’Medici () was the ruler of Florence and the principal statesman of his time.

A contemporary of Columbus, Lorenzo is hardly known in the English-speaking world as a major Quattrocento writer, author of a large and varied body 4/5(1).

Lorenzo was one of five children born to Piero di Cosimo de’ Medici and his wife, Lucrezia (nee Tournabuoni). Piero was at the center of Florence’s politics scene and was an art collector, while Lucrezia was a poet in her own right and befriended many philosophers and fellow poets of the era.

Plot Season 1. Florence, Giovanni de' Medici is a rich banker who also represents one of the most important political forces of Florence's dirkbraeckmanvenice2017.com has a plan to increase his family power by making an agreement with the Church of Rome. The election of a new Pope is about to take place and Giovanni sends his sons Cosimo and Lorenzo to Rome in order to encourage the election of a Pope No.

of episodes: 24 (list of episodes). Dec 12,  · Star of Genoa provived you with an excellent list. I might add: Laurent le Magnifique(French original title) by Ivan Cloulas (a Renaissance expert who also wrote a volume on Catherine de Medici).

Oct 10,  · The Book of Hours of Lorenzo de' Medici is a remarkable manuscript written in littera antiqua by Antonio Sinibaldi, who signed the work and dated. “B&B Lorenzo de' Medici was a fantastic choice for our stay in Florence. It was an unbeatable location, only a 5-minute walk from the Firenze SMN train station, and excellent value.

Carmine, the owner, was extremely welcoming, and all of the staff were friendly and helpful/10(). B&B Lorenzo de' Medici is located in Florence's Duomo neighborhood. Palazzo Vecchio and Uffizi Gallery are cultural highlights, and some of the area's notable landmarks include Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Flower and Piazza del Duomo.

Florence Botanical Gardens and Location: Via Sant'Antonino 34, Florence, Lorenzo de' Medici was never an old man. He died in at the age of forty-three. He came to power in fifteenth-century Florence at the age of twenty.

In the twenty-odd years of his rule, this banker, politician, international diplomat, free-wheeling poet and songwriter, and energetic /5(4). The Book of Hours of Lorenzo de' Medici was named in the Renaissance Prince’s inventory.

It gained the additional title “for ladies” because it was probably commissioned as a wedding present for the Prince’s dirkbraeckmanvenice2017.com: Franco Cosimo Panini Editore.

Lorenzo de Medici Who is Medici. Lorenzo de Medici was a merchant and a poet. Medici also supported the arts. Medici also became ruler during the Ren. Apr 11,  · ‎Lorenzo de' Medici was never an old man. He died in at the age of forty-three. He came to power in fifteenth-century Florence at the age of twenty.

In the twenty-odd years of his rule, this banker, politician, international diplomat, free-wheeling poet and songwriter, and energetic revolutionar /5(11). Nov 19,  · A LIFETIME OF LOVE: A WIFE AND A MISTRESS: THE WOMEN OF LORENZO DE' MEDICI Like most powerful men of his time, Lorenzo de' Medici’s love life followed the typical path: he married the woman who would bring not only wealth but power, yet his heart and his passion belonged, in truth, to another.

The first book in a dynamic trilogy, the.B&B Lorenzo de' Medici This neighbourhood is a great choice for travellers interested in cathedrals, food and art – Check location Via Sant'Antonino, 34, San Lorenzo, Florence, Italy – This neighbourhood is a great choice for travellers interested in cathedrals, food and art – Check location Excellent location - /10().Machiavelli is writing a letter to Lorenzo de' Medici, and he doesn't start out "Dear Lou," or anything like that.

Nope, he just gets to the good stuff. Other people might give princes fancy-shmancy stuff like horses, gold, or assault rifles, but not Machiavelli. His gift to Lorenzo is a .