Cosimo de Medici


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Italian financier and statesman and friend of the papal court (1389-1464)

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Hughie Morrison's Cosimo de Medici should have no fears about the marathon distance having run in the race twice before.
Campaigned mostly over middle distances in 2010, Cosimo De Medici got his chance over two miles at Goodwood in May of last year and made no mistake with a neck victory.
Cosimo de Medici Principe di Toscana, e della Serenissima Arcidvchessa Maria Maddalena d'Avstria, in Firenze l'anno MDCVIII, Florence: Cristofano Marescotti, 1608.
"Cosimo de Medici's Patronage of Architecture and the Theory of Magnificence." In The Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 33 (1970): 162-70.
Zamanja's daughter, Countess Desa (Sandra Ceccarelli), labors mightily to secure Marin's protection from henchman sent to Italy by Luka, but potentially crucial aid from Cosimo de Medici (Andrea Buscemi) is turned down.
One of the first banking houses in Switzerland was established in Basel in the mid Fifteenth Century by Cosimo de Medici, a member of the illustrious Medici merchant family of Florence, which controlled Italian politics for generations and commissioned some of the finest works of art during the Italian Renaissance.
Duca di Firenze il signor Cosimo de Medici et della ill.
In 1537, the young Cosimo de Medici was plucked from relative political obscurity in the Tuscan countryside to lead Florence after the assassination of his cousin, Duke Alessandro de Medici.
Following Godric is a parade of characters whose histories were a string of adventures: Cosimo de Medici, the Florentine financier of the Renaissance; Philip II, king of Spain, who inherited the world's richest empire and brought it to ruin; J.P.
Sobel chronicles Galileo's early academic career and his movements from Padua to Venice to the court of Cosimo De Medici in Florence, where he was Chief Mathematician and philosopher to the Grand Duke.
Cosimo de Medici (1389-1464) a man to whom patronage was a way of life, was in every respect a devout man.
Others such as Marco Polo, Cosimo de Medici and Jakob Fugger II laid the foundation centuries ago for what would become the global economy of today.
For instance, searching the uses of the term "prudence" reveals the fascinating synthesis of ancient, medieval, and distinctively modern uses of that term in Machiavelli's text, as well as the range of ancient and modern exemplars of the virtue, a list including Savonarola and Cosimo de Medici (move aside, Solon and Pericles!).
Cosimo de Medici (1389-1464) commissioned the building of the palace in 1444 from his 'in-house' architect Michelozzo in what was then the Via Larga.