Medici Family Papers
|Title:||Medici Family Papers|
|Call Number:||MS 93-07|
|Size:||2.0 linear feet|
|Acquisition:||Purchased by Martin H. Bush from Christie's International, 1985|
|Processed by:||AG, 2-1994; JEF, 7-13-1998|
|Note:||Collection stored in off-site facility|
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The letters cover a wide span of activities reflecting the diversities and accomplishments of the Medici family. They were successful bankers, merchants, warriors, heads of state, and patrons of the arts. The correspondence pertains to the monasteries, the fortresses, criminals, the military troops, delivery of supplies, accounts, maintenance of luxurious buildings, manufacturing, and events in the lives of the Medici family from the late 1550s to the mid-1570s. They present an enlightening tableau of life in the early Modern Age.
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