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us: Medici, Lorenzo de', 1492-1519


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    • us: Lorenzo de' Medici, 1492-1519
    • us: De' Medici, Lorenzo, 1492-1519
    • us: Urbino, Lorenzo de' Medici, Duke of, 1492-1519
    • us: Medici, Lorenzo de', Duke of Urbino, 1492-1519
    • us: Urbino, Lorenzo de' Medici, duca di, 1492-1519
    • us: Medici, Lorenzo de', duca di Urbino, 1492-1519
    • us: Medici, Lorenzo de', II, 1492-1519
    • us: Medici, Lorenzo de', the Younger, 1492-1519
    • us: Medici, Lorenzo de, el Joven, 1492-1519
    • us: Lorenzo, Duke of Urbino, 1492-1519
    • us: Medici, Lorenzo di Piero de', 1492-1519
    • us: Medici, Lorenzino de', 1492-1519
    • us: Lorenzo di Piero de' Medici, duca di Urbino, 1492-1519
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    • found: Butters, H.C. Governors and government in early sixteenth-century Florence, 1985: galley (Lorenzo de' Medici)
    • found: Colliers, vol. 15, p. 636 (Medici, Lorenzo de, Duke of Urbino, 1492-1519)
    • found: Encyc. Britannica, 15th ed., vol. 11, p. 817 (Medici, Lorenzo de, II Duke of Urbino, 1492-1519)
    • found: Hidalgo Ogáyar, Juana. Libro de horas de los Medicis de Lorenzo II el Joven, 1994: p. 15 (Lorenzo II el Joven, duque de Urbino; nephew of Pope Leo X; married Magdalena de la Tour de Auvergne [Madeleine de la Tour d'Auvergne] in May 1518) p. 85 (son of Piero de' Medici and Alfonsina Orsini, grandson of Lorenzo el Magnifico) p. 86 (died 4 May 1519) p. 88 (Lorenzo el Joven) English-language summary, p. 151-152 (Lorenzo II the Younger; his uncle Cardinal Giovanni de Medici, after being elected as Pope Leo X in 1513, chose Lorenzo to be his successor in the government of Florence)
    • found: The Oxford dictionary of the Renaissance, 2003, viewed online 15 January 2016: Medici, Lorenzo de', Il Magnifico (Lorenzo il Magnifico's namesakes include his grandson Lorenzo (1492-1519), duke of Urbino) Medici family (Lorenzo, duke of Urbino; son of Piero II de' Medici, the eldest son of Lorenzo de' Medici, il Magnifico; nephew of Giuliano de' Medici, who became Pope Leo X) Medici, Piero II de', or Pietro de' (Lorenzo, duke of Urbino, became the father of the future Catherine de Médicis)
    • found: Wikipedia, 15 January 2016 (Lorenzo de' Medici, Duke of Urbino; Lorenzo di Piero de' Medici (12 September 1492-4 May 1519); "Lorenzino"; the ruler of Florence from 1513 to his death in 1519; he was also Duke of Urbino from 1516 to 1519; his daughter, Catherine de' Medici, became Queen Consort of France, while his illegitimate son, Alessandro de' Medici, became the first Duke of Florence; born in Florence; his uncle, the Medici Pope Leo X, made him duke of Urbino in 1516; married Madeleine de la Tour, daughter of the Count of Auvergne, on June 13, 1518)
    • found: Britannica Academic, 15 January 2016 (Lorenzo di Piero de' Medici, duca di Urbino; born Sept. 12, 1492, Florence (Italy); died May 4, 1519, Florence), ruler of Florence from 1513 to 1519, to whom Niccolò Machiavelli addressed his treatise The Prince; after the Medici were restored to Florence in 1512, Lorenzo's uncle Cardinal Giuliano ruled in Florence for one year but then, in August 1513, turned the lordship over to Lorenzo)
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