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Medici, Niccolò de'

Overview
Works: 16 works in 17 publications in 2 languages and 2 library holdings
Genres: Archives  History 
Roles: Author
Most widely held works by Niccolò de' Medici
Fabrizio de' Medici financial documents and correspondence by Fabrizio de' Medici( )

in Italian and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Financial documents (including accounts, receipts, and credit records), of Fabrizio de' Medici, concerning the management of his farm, Il Poggio, in Certaldo, outside Florence, and a few letters (Folders 92-100), mostly from his brother Niccolò de' Medici, also dealing with various aspects of rural life. A small number of documents concerning Fabrizio's commercial operations with a textile merchant from Ancona, Giovanbattista Uccellini are also present (Folder 101). An oversize document dated 1556 and pertaining to grain trade (Folder 515) is stored separately
Luisa de' Medici financial documents by Luisa de' Medici( )

in Italian and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Miscellaneous financial documents, such as accounts, credit records, and receipts, of Luisa de' Medici, sometimes written by her sons, Fabrizio and Niccolò de' Medici, dealing with sale and purchase of textile products and with various aspects of farm management (including sale and purchase of produce, payment of workers, production accounts, and trade of cattle)
Niccolò de' Medici financial documents by Niccolò de' Medici( )

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Financial documents, including accounts, memoranda, receipts, and credit records, of Niccolò de' Medici concerning numerous kinds of transactions related to farm management, such as sale and purchase of cattle and produce, and payment of farm workers
Filza XIII de signori Medici segnata con la lettera N by House of Medici( )

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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
Cosimo I de' Medici petitions, financial documents, and correspondence by Cosimo( )

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Petitions (Folder 76) to Cosimo I, grand-duke of Tuscany, written by members of the Medici family as well as other Florentine citizens, concerning a wide range of topics (e.g. tax and debt cancellation; disputes between the Arte della lana and merchants; slave trade with Portugal and Spain; controversies between family members, usually related to money lending activities), financial documents (mostly accounts, credit records, and receipts), and a small number of personal letters (Folder 75), primarily from Carlo de' Medici
[Ledger of debtors and creditors and memoranda] by Niccolo de' Medici( Book )

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Ledger of debtors and creditors and memoranda of the Ospedale di San Bartolomeo in Trespiano, in the suburbs of Florence, for the years 1567-1590, written by Niccolo de' Medici. He appears to have had a managerial role within the hospital, after purchasing it from the Ospedale degli Innocenti of Florence. The ledger contains a detailed account of the debts and credits related to the hospital. Examples of expenses include: the wages of women who acted as nurses, or various other professional figures such as carpenters and builders; money spent to purchase furniture and accessories or replace old ones; money spent to purchase different products necessary for maintenance of the building (mortar, cement, bricks). Most of the revenues came from the patient fees, or by the rent that locals or pilgrims paid to live in the accommodations (rooms or houses) near the hospital and that were part of the San Bartolomeo hospital estate. The memoranda contain information on the recent history of the hospital and the date when it was purchased by Niccolo dei Medici, 1566. Other memoranda concern the details of small transactions and the reason why they were necessary (examples include paying a carpenter to fix a wall; spending money to buy new linen). In certain cases the first person is used, especially in more narrative passages of the memoranda
 
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Languages
Italian (16)

Latin (1)