Lorenzo de' medici (1 january 1449 â€ 9 april 1492) was an italian statesman and de facto ruler of the florentine republic during the italian renaissancehe was called lorenzo the magnificent (lorenzo il magnifico) by florentineshe was a diplomat, politician and patron of. Florentine, italian (see there are some estimates that the medici family were the wealthiest the brilliant life and violent times of lorenzo de medici,. Pope leo x (11 december 1475 - 1 december 1521), born giovanni di lorenzo de' medici, was the pope from 1513 to his death in 1521 he was the last non-priest (only a deacon ) to be elected pope he is known for granting indulgences for those who donated to reconstruct st peter's basilica and his challenging of martin luther 's 95 theses. Niccolò di bernardo dei machiavelli (italian: a short biography istorie florentine in much of machiavelli's work, it seems that the ruler must adopt. Italian humanist, historian, and statesman his most notable piece of work was history of florence the foundation of bruni's conception can be found with petrarch.
Alessandro de' medici (22 june 1510 - 6 january 1537) called il moro (the moor ), duke of penne and also duke of florence (from 1532), was ruler of florence from 1531 until 1537. Magnifico is a vividly colorful portrait of lorenzo de' medici, the uncrowned ruler of florence during its golden age italian states meant that lorenzo's life. Cesare borgia (italian pronunciation: (mother of the medici condottiero giovanni dalle bande nere) the life of cesare borgia (1912). It was machiavelli's hope that by dedicating the prince to lorenzo de'medici, son of the most famous of all the medicis, he would obtain an office that would return him to public life that hope was in vain.
Matteo di marco palmieri (florence 1406-1475) was a florentine humanist and historian who is best known for his work della vita civile (on civic life, composed in 1429), which advocated for civic humanism, and his influence in refining the tuscan vernacular to the same level as latin. Lorenzo di piero de' medici ( italian pronunciation: ), (12 september 1492 - 4 may 1519) was the ruler of florence from 1516 to his death in 1519 he was also duke of urbino from 1516 to 1519. Miles j unger, magnifico: the brilliant life and violent times of lorenzo de medici, (simon and schuster 2008) is a vividly colorful new biography of this true renaissance man, the uncrowned ruler of florence during its golden age.
Lorenzo de' medici topic lorenzo de' medici ( italian pronunciation: , 1 january 1449 - 8 april 1492 ) was an italian statesman and de facto ruler of the florentine republic , who was the most powerful and enthusiastic patron of the renaissance. Lorenzo de medici, the de facto ruler of the city, best embodied such contradictions he was both a machiavelli, using menace, betrayal, cajoles and schemes to exert power, and a michelangelo, a poet and artist stimulating the onset of the renaissance. -an italian statesman and ruler of the florentine republic during the italian renaissance -grandson of cosimo de' medici bust of lorenzo de' medici by verrocchio.
Lorenzo de medici at home head of the ruling medici family during the apogee of the florentine jr, recounts the remarkable life of lorenzo de' medici and. Coluccio salutati (16 february 1331 - 4 may 1406) was an italian humanist and man of letters, and one of the most important political and cultural leaders of renaissance florence as chancellor of the republic and its most prominent voice, he was effectively the permanent secretary of state in the generation before the rise of the medici. The life of castruccio castracani of lucca (1520) - vita di castruccio castracani da lucca, a short biography istorie florentine (1520-1525) - florentine histories , an eight-volume history of the city-state florence, commissioned by giulio de' medici, later pope clement vii. Dei popolani line descended from lorenzo the elder, brother of cosimo de' medici also great-grandson of lorenzo the magnificent through his mother, maria salviati, and his grandmother, lucrezia de' medici 1569, he was made grand duke of tuscany. Lorenzo de medici (1449 - 1492): also known as lorenzo the magnificent, lorenzo de medici ruled florence through much of the peak of the italian renaissance he supported such artists as michelangelo, leonardo da vinci, and sandro botticelli.
Biography of lorenzo de' medici, uncrowned ruler of florence during its golden age he was the foremost patron of his day, a renowned poet, and the leading statesman of the age april blood: florence and the plot against the medici by lauro martines. Genealogy profile for pope leo x son of lorenzo de' medici, the most famous ruler of the florentine republic, and clarice orsini pressed forward the work on. Niccolò machiavelli: niccolo machiavelli, italian renaissance political philosopher and statesman whose most famous work death of lorenzo di piero de' medici.
Lorenzo de' medici: lorenzo de' medici, florentine statesman, ruler, and patron of arts and letters, the most brilliant of the medici he ruled florence with his younger brother, giuliano (1453-78), from 1469 to 1478 and, after the latter's assassination, was sole ruler from 1478 to 1492. Niccolò di bernardo dei machiavelli (italian a short biography istorie florentine (1520 a lively, authoritative account of machiavelli's life and work. The house of medici or famiglia de' medici ( /ˈmɛdɪtʃi/ med-i-chee italian pronunciation:[de ˈmɛːditʃi]) was a political dynasty, banking family and later royal house that first began to gather prominence under cosimo de' medici in the republic of florence during the late 14th century.
Macrobius' focus on political fortitude will prove to have significant influence on political thinking during the italian renaissance, when rulers like the medici sought to be associated with this virtue, and, implicitly, with hercules. Niccolò di bernardo dei machiavelli (italian: mona lisa and lorenzo di medici, a lively, authoritative account of machiavelli's life and work villari. Coin depicting lorenzo de' medici (1449-1492) italian statesman and de facto ruler of the florentine republic during the italian renaissance dated 15th century rm. Yet, and even though he had purposely dedicated the work to lorenzo de' medici, he did not manage to regain a position instead, the book caused a great controversy, as it was simply a study on how to acquire and maintain power.