The last Florentine republic by Cecil Roth

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  • Florence (Italy) -- History -- 1421-1737,
  • Florence (Italy) -- Politics and government

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StatementCecil Roth.
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Pagination388 p. ;
Number of Pages388
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Open LibraryOL23833788M

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1From the thirteenth to the sixteenth century, and especially during the “republican” era when the city became the herald of “Florentine liberty” (Florentina libertas), Florence was a key reference point for western political iously freed from the shackles of feudalism, barring a few subsequent dark passages, for two and a half centuries.

‎What do modern republics have to fear. Machiavelli's Florentine Republic reconstructs Machiavelli's answer to this question from the perspective of the Florentine Histories, his most probing meditation on the fate of republican politics in the modern age.

It argues that his principle goal in narrati. As Cummings points out, two decades later, shortly after the changes to the Florentine constitution that effectively established the Medici principate and succession, Duke Alessandro still felt compelled to invoke the aura of Florentine republicanism not only through assuming his title as "Duke of the Florentine Republic," but by reviving (for the visit of his fiancee Margaret of Austria) Feo Belcari's.

We see Leonardo, having just completed The Last Supper, and being celebrated by all of Florence for his miraculous portrait of the wife of a textile manufacturer. That painting-the Mona Lisa-being called the most lifelike anyone had ever seen yet, more divine than human, was captivating the entire Florentine Republic.

A new study of the last years of the Florentine republic was much needed andJohn Stephens, with his expert knowledge of the unpub-lished sources, is in a position to illuminate this crucial period, when so much in Renaissance Florence came to fruition and so much fell apart.

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There were effectively only two dukes of the Republic of Florence, Alessandro de' Medici and Cosimo de' Medici, the second duke being elevated to Grand Duke of. ‎Niccolo Machiavelli, the first great Italian historian, and one of the most eminent political writers of any age or country, was born at Florence, May 3, He was of an old though not wealthy Tuscan family, his father, who was a jurist, dying when Niccolo was sixteen years old.

We know nothing o. A new book explores and the Florentine Republic symbolized by Michelangelo spending most of the rest of his life in Rome executing such projects as painting The Last Judgment in. This book is in two main parts, and the complexity of its theme must be the justification of its length.

in the last years of the Florentine republic, or a history of the political experience of Florentines in that era, designed to “explain” their articulation of the ideas studied.

The “moment” in question is selectively and. It is the author's contention that their ideology and activities provide the key to understanding not only the political developments of the last years of the Florentine Republic, but also the nature of contemporary political debate and the characteristics of the merging Medicean Principate.

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Florentine Secretary—his unblinking judgments made him the right-hand man of the republic’s chief official, Piero Soderini. He was set to work at the courts of King Louis XII of France, Pope Julius II, and the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian, all the while studying the differing forms of government and temperament offered to his view.

Like most. A book, Machiavellian Democracy, has quite interesting things to say about Machiavelli on the Discourses and his design for the Florentine Republic: ‘The plebian tribunate, the centerpiece of Machiavelli’s prescriptions for popular government, was an intensely controversial institution in assessments of the Roman Republic throughout.

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Pocock looks at the consequences for modern historical and social consciousness arising from the ideal of the classical republic revived by Machiavelli and other thinkers of Renaissance Italy. The most famous book on politics ever written, The Prince remains as lively and shocking today as when it was written almost five hundred years is indispensable to scholars, students, and those interested in the dark art of politics.

Widely regarded as one of the sincerest looks at the seizure and retention of power, the lessons Machiavelli learned from Florentine and Roman politics. The Florentine people feared the loss of liberty and respect for individuals that was the pride of their Republic.

Luckily for Florence, the Duke of Milan caught the plague and died in Then, between and Florence was threatened once again, this time by the King of Naples, who also died before he could successfully conquer Florence.

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Niccolo Machiavelli Florentine Republic Politician Specialty Political ethics, political science Born May 3, Florence, Republic of Florence Died J (at age 58) Florence, Republic of Florence Nationality Italian Born on May 3,in Florence, the Republic of Florence, Niccolo Machiavelli was one of the prominent figures of the Italian Renaissance philosophy.

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There is an interesting allegory between Machiavelli's role in the ever-changing Florentine Republic and the role of the modern-day Republican in the Age of Trump. Two very different political situations joined together by a common theme: Survival.

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After the Medici family fell from their rule inNiccolo became a diplomat. He served that position for 14 years in the Florentine Republic, Italy. [2] During the Medici family’s exile, inMachiavelli was appointed the chancellor and to the office of the second chancery of the Florentine Republic.It’sand Cosimo de’ Medici has been the unofficial master of the Florentine republic for twenty-five years, a wily politician whose authority is underpinned by money and patronage.

The money comes from banking. Cosimo’s father, Giovanni di Bicci, built up the Medici bank, securing the lucrative papal account in Rome, but Cosimo.What you get is a clearly written wider context of the Dutch Republic, a country of some 2 million people, and its political history from before the Burgundian time until the day Napoleon blew up its remains.

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