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The Florentine galleys in the fifteenth century
Michael Edward Mallett
|Statement||by Michael E. Mallett: with the diary of Luca di Maso degli Albizzi, Captain of the Galleys, 1429-1430.|
|Contributions||Albizzi, Luca degli, 1382-1458.|
|LC Classifications||HF416 .M26|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 293 p.|
|Number of Pages||293|
|LC Control Number||67086823|
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the fifteenth century.7 The draperies are voluminous, but their folds take the form of thin, curving lines that terminate in small, hollow, teardrop-like loops, a formula reminiscent of mid-quattrocento Florentine 21? The Metropolitan Museum of Art g METROPOLITAN MUSEUM JOURNAL 25 The notes for this article begin on page the world as discovered by Europeans in the late fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. In the century before , the search for the homelands of the magi was a matter of religion and curiosity, less so of economics. With the discovery of the extra-European world in the following century, theCited by:
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The Florentine galleys in the fifteenth century: With a diary of Luca di Maso degli Albizzi, Captain of the GalleysAuthor: Michael E Mallett. Introduction: Florence and Pisa at the beginning of the fifteenth century --The Florentine galleys --The organization of the galley system --The voyages of the galleys --The trade of the galleys --The diary of Luca di Maso degli Albizzi The Florentine Galleys in the Fifteenth Century Hardcover – January 1, by Michael Edward Mallett (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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in the fifteenth century from Italian records was shown many years ago by G. Biscaro in an article on the Borromei company.3 More recently there have been several important additions based on work of this kind, most notably M.
Mallett's printing of the diary of the captain of the Florentine galleys sailing to England in I,' R. de Roover's. The Albizzi family (Italian pronunciation:) was a Florentine family originally based in Arezzo, who were rivals of the Medici and Alberti families.
They were at the centre of Florentine oligarchy fromin the reaction that followed the Ciompi revolt, to the rise of the Medici in The most infamous and influential members of the family were Maso and his son Rinaldo degli Albizzi Country: Republic of Florence, Duchy of Florence.
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The Structure of the Florentine Galley Trade with Flanders and England in the Fifteenth Century (2nd part) [article] W. Watson. When in the last Florentine galleys returned to Porto Pisano, the experiment which more than fifty years earlier had looked for profits in the exchange of goods between the Mediterranean and the North Cited by: Florentine painting or the Florentine School refers to artists in, from, or influenced by the naturalistic style developed in Florence in the 14th century, largely through the efforts of Giotto di Bondone, and in the 15th century the leading school of Western of the best known painters of the earlier Florentine School are Fra Angelico, Botticelli, Filippo Lippi, the.
This system was maintained by the Florentine galleys which sailed each year from Porto Pisano to Flanders and England. Begun as an experiment inthe galley system flourished during the middle decades of the fifteenth century, then faltered through the.
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Leonardo Bruni (), the leading civic humanist of the Italian Renaissance, served as apostolic secretary to four popes () and chancellor of Florence (). He was famous in his day as a translator, orator, and historian, and was the best-selling author of the fifteenth century.
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