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Ferdinando I de' Medici petitions, correspondence, financial, and legal documents, 1587-1609.

Author: Ferdinando, Grand-Duke of TuscanyVincenzo de' MediciStrozzi family.Risaliti family.Gianfigliazzi family.All authors
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : Italian
Publication:House of Medici Papers. Folders 102-116, 516
Database:WorldCat
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Petitions (Folders 106-116), financial documents, and official correspondence (Folders 102-105) to the Grand-duke Ferdinando I de' Medici written by a large number of individuals (including ambassadors, members of the Medici family, government officials, merchants, and farmers), covering a very wide range of topics (taxation and tax collection in the Grand Duchy; coinage and mint operations; issues in public  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Manuscripts, Italian
Manuscripts, Latin
Manuscripts, Renaissance
Manuscripts, European
Petitions
Receipts (financial records)
Accounts
Credit records
Legal documents
Early works to 1800
Named Person: Giuliano de' Medici
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Ferdinando, Grand-Duke of Tuscany; Vincenzo de' Medici; Strozzi family.; Risaliti family.; Gianfigliazzi family.; Salviati family.
OCLC Number: 720644901
Language Note: In Italian and Latin.
Description: 183 items (264 leaves)

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Petitions (Folders 106-116), financial documents, and official correspondence (Folders 102-105) to the Grand-duke Ferdinando I de' Medici written by a large number of individuals (including ambassadors, members of the Medici family, government officials, merchants, and farmers), covering a very wide range of topics (taxation and tax collection in the Grand Duchy; coinage and mint operations; issues in public finance; diplomatic relations with the Holy Roman Empire; grain, iron, textile, and slave trades; controversies related to navigation in the Mediterranean Sea; and concessions and privileges granted to the Jews, especially to the Jewish community of Livorno). Two oversize accounts for miscellaneous expenses dated 1606 and 1607 are stored separately (Folder 516).

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