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Pietro Partini deed, 1465.

Author: Benedetto de' Baroni
Edition/Format:   Manuscript   Archival Material : Latin
Publication:Samminiati Records. Item 148
Summary:
Long rolled document containing deed of sale of house in Florence to Giuliano di Giovenco de' Medici by Pietro di Bartolo Partini and his heirs. The Partini were ordered to sell the property because they failed to repay a substantial debt with Giuliano. Notarized by Benedetto di Barone dei Baroni of Florence on 30 August 1465. Filed with the document is a short, later summary written in Italian on paper.
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Genre/Form: Manuscripts, Latin
Manuscripts, Renaissance
Notarial documents
Deeds
Scrolls (information artifacts)
History
Named Person: Giuliano de' Medici; Pietro Partini
Material Type: Manuscript, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Benedetto de' Baroni
OCLC Number: 729726236
Language Note: In Latin.
Notes: Long rolled document shelved at the end of the collection.
Description: 1 item (2 membranes) : parchment

Abstract:

Long rolled document containing deed of sale of house in Florence to Giuliano di Giovenco de' Medici by Pietro di Bartolo Partini and his heirs. The Partini were ordered to sell the property because they failed to repay a substantial debt with Giuliano. Notarized by Benedetto di Barone dei Baroni of Florence on 30 August 1465. Filed with the document is a short, later summary written in Italian on paper.

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