The Medici Family

Parent Category: Renaissance
The Medici family was one of the most powerful and influential entities of the Italian Renaissance. Their family members included rulers and Popes, and they were patrons of artists such as Da Vinci, Michelangelo, and Brunelleschi.
They owned the Medici Bank and were Italian political rulers who had Florence, Tuscany, etc.
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He lived in Florence, Italy in a palace located in the center of Florence. His statue stands in the plaza where the palace is located and David ( copy) stands in front of the palace.
If your thinking of the same lorenzo, Lorenzo II de' Medici, Duke of Urbino, then yes, and he was her father.
The Medici were a banking family from Florence, Italy. They gave loans in turn for more money (interest). And they were very smart with their money....paying for artist such as Michaelangelo and Leonardo Da Vinci.
One of those definite tyrants that did so much good for his people as to have the tyrant-haters wondering if they are all the thoroughly evil devils they're made up to be. Florence had never before seen such proseperity, nor would they again. It's the Medicis' ridiculously undemocratic means for...
Born from the great Medici banking family who held power in Florence, this chap (r. 1434-1464) was a powerful RCC banker during the Italian Renaissance. In essence, he is the king of Florence in everything but name, which allows him to remain behind the scenes and remain more low key. He has great...
during the renaissance
Michelangelo Buonarroti, who became known by his first name alone, was probably the greatest artist of the European Renaissance. The Medici were the greatest and richest family of his native Florence and patrons of self-indulgent art. Their histories are intertwined, but there was tremendous tension...
providing patronage for Renaissance artists.
where was lorenzo de medici born
No. They were raised Cardinals and they both became Pope. Giovanni de Medici became Pope Leo X And Giulio de Medici became Pope Clement VII You also mentioned Giuliano de Medici. He died young killed during Easter Mass. He was stabled 19 times and died on the floor of the church. He was the...
The Medici were a family of Bankers. They had banks throughtout Europe and were the official bank of the Pope. The connection to the Pope made them respected by others who decided to bank with them as well. They became extremelly wealthy and powerful. Florence was home to the Medici and it...
There is a terracota bust of Lorenzo de Medici (as well as a terracota bust of his brother Giuliano de Medici) done by Verrocchio.
Lorenzo de' Medici (1449-1492) was the de facto ruler of the Florentine Republic in the time of the Italian Renaissance. He was known to Florentines as Lorenzo il Magnifico , Lorenzo the Magnificent. He was a patron of scholarship and the arts and managed to keep a fragile peace between competing...
Leonardo da Vinci's most important patron and the one who employed him the longest was the Duke of Milan, Ludovico Il Moro
Madonna and the child are holding hands and that represents the love they have for one another and the dependence they hold for one another. By:Mony
Which one ;D. Just kidding they both lived in Florence, Italy during the Renaissance.
Their wealth came from being bankers. They were the bankers to the Pope and pretty much all powerful rulers in Europe. They had banks throughout Europe.
she was a kind loving queen of France
she was an awesome queen and married henry the 2 of france :)
he moved in with the medici family in 1489
Piero di Lorenzo de' Medici was born on February 15, 1471.
he died in his sleep on the 1st of august in 1464
Lorenzo de' Medici was born on January 1, 1449.
Giuliano di Lorenzo de' Medici was born on March 12, 1478.
because they were responsible for business and art
Francesco I de' Medici was born on March 25, 1541.
Catherine de Medici, brought chefs, ingredients, and traditions with her from Italy. Thus, changing the history of French gourmet as we know it today.
The Medici Family made a fortune as wool and silk merchants and bankers. They built alliances with other wealthy families, acquired important positions in the Church, and married into Europe's royal families. By 1434, Cosimo de Medici was powerful enough to take over Florence. The Medici Family...
Catherine de' Medici was born on April 13, 1519.
Marie de' Medici was born on April 26, 1573.
Catherine de Medici was the queen of France and was the wife of King Henry II of France.
Cosimo II de' Medici was born on May 12, 1590.
medici was an important figure because of his studies now we would have ideals of his inventions
The Medici family lived in Florence, Italy and this was the seat of their power. The palaces they had still exist and can be seen today by tourist. She was queen of France as well, but Florence, Italy was her home.
i don't no suck up from irene: sorry about that i don't know who that was well... A couple of Lorenzo de medicis artwork were: Lorenzo de' Medici' s favourite artists among the galaxy that were then painting, were Benozzo Gozzoli, Ghirlandaio and, especially, Botticelli. (The Birth Of Venus)Look...
Catherine de' Medici married Henry 2 of France on 28 October 1533.
Yes he was. No he wasn't. Yes he was. No he wasn't. Maybe
Gian Gastone de' Medici was born on May 24, 1671.
Claudia de' Medici was born on June 4, 1604.
no the medici family ruled florence,italy during the renaissance
Lorenzo de' Medici died on April 9, 1492 at the age of 43. .
No. This is a modern idea in the last 20 years or so.
Cosimo I de' Medici was born on June 12, 1519.
In Caterina's age, Florence represented the height of worldly sophistication. It was a city from whence a highly profitable international banking business was run and, along with Venice, Florence was the most conduit of entry for the exotic spices of the East. Being born into Florence's leading...
The 'Sack of Rome', an attack on Rome by Emperor Charles the Fifth's troops.
Lorenzo de Medici was very full of himself so HE called himselfLorenzo the Magnificent
Garzia de' Medici was born on July 5, 1547.
Lorenzo de Medici was the patron of a school for talented sculptors located in the garden of his palazzo. When he met the young Michelangelo, he immediately saw talent in him ( in the occasion, Michelangelo showed Lorenzo a sculpture of a fawn, which is credited for being Michelangelo's first...
Ferdinando II de' Medici was born on July 14, 1610.
Alessandro de' Medici was born on July 22, 1510.
Ferdinando I de' Medici was born on July 30, 1549.
Pope Clement VII was born Giulio di Giuliano de' Medici .
Anna Maria Luisa de' Medici was born on August 11, 1667.
Cosimo III de' Medici was born on August 14, 1642.
How sharper than a serpent's tooh it is to have a thankless child.
In 1914, Girolamo Savonarola had come to the conclusion that the Medici family had to much power in Florence because of their incredible banking and economic systems. Savonarola began to preach to the people of Florence of his ideas and philosophy. He gained many followers and eventually built up...
she became ill during her granddaughters wedding and died the next day
Lorenzo II de' Medici was born on September 12, 1492.
Isabella Medici was born in 1542 and died in 1576. She never held the title of Duchess of Florence (Tuscany). She was the daughter of Cosimo I, Duke of Tuscany and the sister of Francesco I who succeded his father as Duke in 1574. She married Paolo Giordano Orsini in 1558. In 1560 Pope Pius IV named...
Giovanni de medici was the first family member
It appears as if his flashy lifestyle and leadership skills earned him this nickname by his contemporary Florentines.
Catherine de Medici was an educated woman who had a flair forstyle. Upon entering Paris for her marriage to the prince who wouldbecome Henry II, she introduced the first high heeled shoe. Sheproduced seven surviving heirs to the French throne, includingFrancis II, Charles IX and Henry III and served...
No he was not. Raphael was 9 years old when Lorenzo died.
The Medici family was full of patrons of the arts. However, thegreatest among these was Lorenzo de Medici, who sponsored bothBotticelli and Michelangelo.