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Medici, Alamanno de'

Overview
Works: 13 works in 13 publications in 1 language and 13 library holdings
Genres: Archives  History 
Roles: Author
Most widely held works by Alamanno de' Medici
[Ledger of Medici debtors and creditors and accounts] by Alamanno de' Medici( Book )

in Italian and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Ledger of debtors and creditors and miscellaneous accounts of Alemanno di Bernardo de' Medici for the years 1475-1483, written in the first person, at least partially by Alamanno di Bernardo himself. Often includes the nature of a given credit or debt and its amount, as well as listing the names of the individuals that hold the debt or credit. Most counterparts are workers, tenants and employees (e.g. millers and bakers) of Alemanno, and in many transactions the name of Bernardo, son of Alemanno, appears, and the two worked together at times. A woman called Lina and referred to as 'mia moglie', also appears in the manuscript. Some transactions concerning the management of a farm, property of Alemanno, are also present
Filza XIII de signori Medici segnata con la lettera N by House of Medici( )

in Italian and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Miscellany of approximately 150 (largely 16th- and 17th-century copies, but with some originals) notarial and legal documents, inventories, accounts, and real estate deals, covering the years 1370-1693, concerning the affairs of various members of Florentine families, predominantly the Medici, but also the Altoviti, the Lapini, the Guicciardini, and the Capponi. The legal documents contained in the manuscript mostly concern unpaid or partially paid debts. Among the other areas touched on are inheritance law and commercial law. The filza also contains a particular kind of notarial documents, referred to as prove di nobiltà, written for the admission of individuals to the military religious order of the Knights of Malta
[Ledger of Medici accounts] by Luigi De' Medici( Book )

in Italian and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Ledger of accounts of Luigi and Alamanno de' Medici, for the years 1495-1544. Includes a detailed description of income and expenses which he incurred to manage his household. Also includes accounts of loans to members of aristocratic Florentine families, such as the Risaliti, the Salviati and the Strozzi; and accounts of small sales of textile products for private use. The accounts are kept using a single entry bookkeeping system. The book is mostly written by Luigi de' Medici himself, who signs numerous pages, but there are passages written by his son Alamanno, who took over his father's accounts once he died, in 1530
Filza III di scritture de signori Medici segnata, con la lettera C by House of Medici( )

in Italian and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Miscellany of over 150 notarial and legal documents pertaining to the family affairs of a large number of members of the Medici family, as well as their business interactions with other Florentine merchants, such as the Detti and the Risaliti. The documents can be divided into two broad categories: those documents that pertain to matters of civil, property and family law, and those that concern matters of commercial law and property law for business purposes, with the latter group being significantly larger. Documents that fall under the first category are mostly about dowries; inheritance; and various aspects of the management of the large estate of the Medici. Documents in the second group include sale and rental contracts for structures used for non-residential purposes, such as mills and shops; dealings related to the textile business; dealings related to the sale and purchase of produce and grains; contracts of small business incorporation; and accounts, debts, credits and related disputes. The last group of documents are copies, dated 1576, of 10 early 15th-century letters in Latin between officers of Massa e Cozzile and of Montecatini (in the manuscript as Monte Catini) di Valdinievole, 2 communi under Florentine jurisdiction, attempting to establish an agreement between the 2 communities (Folder 320). The letters have a limp cover made from a vellum bifolium from a liturgical manuscript
 
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Languages
Italian (13)