Over time the power of the Medici weakened.
The two main tombs in the chapel are those of Lorenzo and Giuliano Medici.
The Medici again ruled Florence from 1512 until 1527, when they were once more driven out.
True says that in 1991 she met Medici in Rome, while she was attending an academic conference.
Upon the death of his brother Piero, he became the head of the Medici family.
…relation, sent by the famous Italian Medici family to be their spokesman to the king of France.
There he was associated with Giovanni de’ Medici (the future Pope Leo X) and attended the University of Pisa.
Cosimo de’ Medici was the son of Piccarda Bueri de’ Medici and Giovanni di Bicci de’ Medici.
When the Medici were cast off in 1527, Machiavelli was again turned out of office because he had served a Medici.
A distant cousin of Salvestro was Averardo de’ Medici (or Bicci), whose progeny became the famous Medici of history.
Medici Chapel, Italian Cappella Medicea, chapel housing monuments to members of the Medici family, in the New Sacristy of the Church of San Lorenzo in Florence.
They were backed against the Medici by the popular party in Florence, which (with French help) succeeded in exiling the Medici and declaring Florence a republic.
His paternity is ascribed either to Lorenzo de’ Medici (1492–1519), duke of Urbino, or, with more likelihood, to Giulio de’ Medici, nephew of Lorenzo the Magnificent.
He was closely identified with the Medici family as protégé and tutor, and he retired to the Tuscan countryside after the expulsion of the Medici from Florence in 1494.
An outstanding example of secular architecture was the Medici Palace (1444–59; now called the Palazzo Medici-Riccardi) at Florence by Michelozzo, a follower of Brunelleschi.
Catherine de’ Medici was the daughter of Lorenzo di Piero de’ Medici, duca di Urbino, and Madeleine de La Tour d’Auvergne, a Bourbon princess related to many of the French nobility.
To get a glimpse into the sumptuous life of Florence’s wealthy and powerful Medici family during the Renaissance, look no further than Medici Riccardi Palace (Palazzo Medici Riccardi).
…vernacular poem in ottava rima, Stanze cominciate per la giostra del Magnifico Giuliano de’ Medici (“Stanzas Begun for the Tournament of the Magnificent Giuliano de’ Medici”), composed between 1475 and 1478, which is one of the great works of Italian literature.
Cosimo de’ Medici, byname Cosimo the Elder, Italian Cosimo il Vecchio, Latin byname Pater Patriae (Father of his Country), (born Sept. 27, 1389, Florence—died Aug. 1, 1464, Careggi, near Florence), founder of one of the main lines of the Medici family that ruled Florence from 1434 to 1537.
…Italian work is the incomplete Stanze cominciate per la giostra del Magnifico Giuliano de’ Medici (1475–78; “Stanzas Begun for the Joust of the Magnificent Giuliano de’ Medici”)—dedicated to Lorenzo’s brother Giuliano de’ Medici, assassinated in 1478 in the Pazzi conspiracy—which created a mythical world in which concepts of classical origin…
- aristocratic Italian family of powerful merchants and bankers who ruled Florence in the 15th century
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