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Filza IV de signori Medici segnata con la lettera C, 1219-1735.

Author: House of Medici; Ferdinando, Grand-Duke of Tuscany
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : Italian
Publication:House of Medici Papers. Folders 322-344
Database:WorldCat
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Collection of legal, notarial (f.i recto-259v), and financial (f.250r-550v) documents pertaining to the affairs of numerous members of the Medici family, as well as their interactions with other Florentine aristocrats (in particular with the Arrigucci, the Antinori, the Guicciardini, and the Altoviti) and with the Church and its local representatives. The majority of the financial documents pertain to the large real  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Manuscripts, Italian
Manuscripts, Latin
Manuscripts, Medieval
Manuscripts, Renaissance
Manuscripts, European
Notarial documents
Legal documents
Accounts
Credit records
Inventories
Genealogies
Named Person: Arrigucci family.; Altoviti family.; Antinori family.; Guicciardini family.; Bivigliano de' Medici; Alamanno de' Medici; Bernardo de' Medici; Andrea de' Medici; Niccolò de' Medici; Luigi de' Medici; Filippo de' Medici; Maria Angela de' Medici; Fabrizio de' Medici; Maddalena Caterina Medici; Ottavia Medici; Francesco de' Medici; Vincenzo de' Medici; Silvestro de' Medici; Camillo Antinori; Ottavia Altoviti; Maddalena Guicciardini; Jacinto Mannelli
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: House of Medici; Ferdinando, Grand-Duke of Tuscany
OCLC Number: 722921075
Language Note: Italian and Latin.
Notes: Written on various sizes of paper, some with seals and remainders of seals.
Description: 1 item (550 leaves)

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Collection of legal, notarial (f.i recto-259v), and financial (f.250r-550v) documents pertaining to the affairs of numerous members of the Medici family, as well as their interactions with other Florentine aristocrats (in particular with the Arrigucci, the Antinori, the Guicciardini, and the Altoviti) and with the Church and its local representatives. The majority of the financial documents pertain to the large real estate of the Medici family, both in Florence and in its surrounding areas, such as the Mugello Valley. Numerous farms, pieces of land, and houses, property of Alamanno, Francesco, Vincenzo, Silvestro, Carlo, and other Medici, are described, sometimes in great detail. In certain cases, inventories of the furniture, tools, and utensils belonging to each property are also present; for farms, there are frequent memoranda, notes, and accounts pertaining to production and harvesting, together with credit records of the sale and purchase of produce, instruments, and materials. A brief description and history of the castle of Monte Giovi, outside Florence, is also present. The legal and notarial documents are largely related to the relationship between the Medici family and members of the local clergy. The Medici were heavily involved in many aspects of social and religious life in Florence, including the celebration of the mass; the organization and management of hospitals (referred to as spedali or ospedali, charitable institutions run by nuns or priests and funded both by the Church and by local noblemen, whose mission was to help the pauper); and the election of some of the leaders of the dioceses and other prelates. A large number of documents contain detailed information on these activities, emphasizing the important role held by Andrea, Bernardo, and Alamanno de' Medici in balancing temporal and secular power within the city of Florence. Other miscellaneous documents contained in this collection include accounts concerning a textile business owned by Carlo de' Medici; a letter by the Grand-duke Ferdinando II appointing a Jacinto Mannelli captain of a compagnia, a military division of roughly 200 soldiers.

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