Medici, Lorenzo the Magnificient (1449-1492). Italian
Medici, Lorenzo the Magnificient (1449-1492). Italian patrician and humanist, ruler of Florence from 1469 to 1492. Lorenzo de Medici receiving gifts from his ambassadors. VASARI, Giorgio (1511-1574). Renaissance art. Cinquecento. Fresco. ITALY. TUSCANY. Florence. Palazzo Vecchio (Old Palace).
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Ippolito De Medici
IPPOLITO DE MEDICI Italian cardinal, natural son of Giuliano, duc de Nemours, died aged 24. Date: 1511 - 1535
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MAP: CARIBBEAN, 1511. The first map to show Bermuda, also showing coastline detail
MAP: CARIBBEAN, 1511.
The first map to show Bermuda, also showing coastline detail of the Bay Islands of Honduras at Guanaca and Florida (labeled Isla de Beimenhi). Map from Peter Martyr's book 'De Orbe Novo,' 1511 edition.
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