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aristocratic Italian family of powerful merchants and bankers who ruled Florence in the 15th century

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Blockchain voting technology isn't the only type of innovative Medici is pushing forward in 2018.
Thus, the work is significant primarily for demolishing the nearly century-old picture of the Medici women of the grand ducal period as insipid, intolerant, religious ideologues.
Occasional black-and-white photographs and a handful of illustrations enrich this in-depth biography of the Medici family, which also takes pains to accurately describe the society of the time.
With such a lofty rating, Sempre Medici is too high to be competitive in handicaps, but a bit short of Grade 1/Champion Hurdle class.
com is over 40 years old, so we need to make sure we're engaging our audience earlier in their lives," said Medici.
By this time, however, the Medici family's interests and focus had switched to Rome.
When his first book, The Medici Effect: Breakthrough Insights at the Intersection of Ideas, Concepts & Cultures (Harvard Business Review; $32.
University of Pisa researchers made the discovery after they analyzed nine skeletons that were found in 2004 in Medici Chapels in the Basilica of San Lorenzo in Florence.
Art historian Goldberg is a long-time resident of Florence, Italy, where he has worked for decades in the Medici Granducal Archive.
Cosimo De Medici is still potentially well treated on turf judged on his all-weather form and Richard Hughes, who was on board at Goodwood but missed the ride last time, is a welcome return to the saddle.
Sitting near her outstretched hand and providing the powerful political and dynastic context for her image is the distinctive gem-encrusted grand ducal crown of her Medici husband, the Grand Duke of Tuscany.
Damian Medici, an instructor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, found that, unlike normal skeletal tissue, the pathological cartilage and bone cells from these patients contained biomarkers specific for endothelial cells that line the interior of blood vessels.
Citation: "Conversion of vascular endothelial cells into multipotent stem-like cells;" Damian Medici, Eileen M.
Murder of a Medici Princess" tells the true story of Isabella de Medici, the controversy surrounding her murder, and the story of her life.