Lorenzo de' Medici and the Renaissance
American Heritage Pub. Co.; book trade and institutional distribution by Harper & Row, 1969 - Biography & Autobiography - 153 pages
Recounts the violent political power struggles, the social and religious ferment, the cultural revolution, and the individual prominence surrounding the life of Lorenzo de' Medici, the Italian nobleman described as the archetype of "the Renaissance Man."
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