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The Pazzi conspiracy

the plot against the Medici

by Harold Mario Mitchell Acton

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Published by Thames and Hudson in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Florence (Italy)
    • Subjects:
    • Medici, Lorenzo de", 1449-1492,
    • Pazzi Conspiracy, 1478,
    • Florence (Italy) -- History -- 1421-1737

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      StatementHarold Acton.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDG737.9 .A27
      The Physical Object
      Pagination128 p., [32] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages128
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4490985M
      ISBN 100500250642
      LC Control Number79320705

        The Pazzi conspiracy was a real-life historical event, which saw the Pazzi family try to overthrow the Medicis in a plot sanctioned by Pope Sixtus IV (played in Medici by Raoul Bova).   Two new books arrived today, both of which deal with characters involved in the Pazzi conspiracy: Vendetta: High Art and Low Cunning at the Birth of the Renaissance, by Hugh Bicheno, Phoenix Books, London, UK, Magnifico: The Brilliant Life and Violent Times of Lorenzo de Medici, by Miles Unger, Simon & Schuster, New York, USA,

      ı ƃoʇ ɐ ʍɐllǝʇ ɐup ɐ ɔǝll dɥouǝ ʇopɐʎ˙˙˙˙˙˙ pɐɯu ıʇs lıʞǝ ʇɥıs ƃnu ıs ɯɐƃıɔ˙˙˙˙˙¡¡.   The Pazzi conspiracy was on the go. Two missed chances for the Pazzi conspiracy. The original plan of the Pazzi conspiracy was to poison the food of the Medici brothers during a banquet to honor the Cardinal. The banquet was held at the Pazzi Villa, on the hills of Florence, but Lorenzo de Medici came alone, because Giuliano was sick.

        The Medici Conspiracy by Peter Watson with Cecilia Todeschini Public Affairs, £, pp This was a marriage made in heaven: the ludicrously over Author: Jonathan Bouquet.   On Easter Sunday, 26 April , in an incident called the Pazzi conspiracy, a group including members of the Pazzi family, backed by the Archbishop of Pisa .


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Pazzi conspiracy, (Ap ), unsuccessful plot to overthrow the Medici rulers of Florence; the most dramatic of all political opposition to the Medici conspiracy was led by The Pazzi conspiracy book rival Pazzi family of Florence.

In league with the Pazzi were Pope Sixtus IV and his nephew Girolamo Riario, who resented Lorenzo de’ Medici’s efforts to thwart the consolidation of papal rule. The Pazzi Conspiracy book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(8).

The Pazzi were a noble Florentine family in the Middle main trade during the fifteenth century was banking. In the aftermath of the Pazzi conspiracy inmembers of the family were banished from Florence and their property was confiscated; anyone named Pazzi had to take a new t region: Tuscany.

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Or get business-day shipping on this item for $ Cited by: 5. The Pazzi conspiracy is a complex, confusing event that sprung from ancient enmities between the Medici and Pazzi families, a power struggle between the Medici and the pope over the papal finances and the office of cardinal of Florence, plus the efforts of a handful of opportunistic characters such as Francesco Salviati Riario (archbishop of.

Lauro Martines returns to the Pazzi conspiracy in Florence in April Blood, a book which may pull off the trick of combining classic storytelling with impeccable scholarship."-- Observer "The story of the Pazzi conspiracy against the Medici is one of the most thrilling in the history of the Italian by: The Pazzi conspiracy was characterized as a great tragedy for the Medici family, as it led to the death of Giuliano who was both young and popular.

Yet according to some, this event worked to galvanize Lorenzo’s authority in Florence by rallying public support and eliminating the threat of his brother Giuliano, with whom he may ultimately. Pazzi Conspiracy.

The Pazzi Conspiracy was an important event in the history of the city of Florence, a center of the Italian Renaissance. The name comes from a wealthy banking family of Tuscany who traced their lineage to a famous eleventh-century crusader, whose bold fighting style during a siege of Jerusalem earned him the nickname of “ Pazzo ” (the Madman).

the pazzi's conspiracy To Piero de' Medici (known as the gouty person), Cosimo's son, succeded () the two sons Giuliano and Lorenzo, which became the Signori of Florence. On the 26th April the Florentine family Pazzi ploted a conspiracy against that of de' Medici, to the purpose to get the political supremacy in the city.

April Blood moves outward in time and space from that murderous event, unfolding a story of tangled passions, ambition, treachery, and revenge. The conspiracy was led by one of the city's most noble clans, the Pazzi, financiers who feared and resented the Medici's swaggering new role as political bosses--but the web of intrigue spread through /5(4).

Renato de Pazzi, although his part in the ordeal was never truly established was also hanged. Other members of the Pazzi family were sentenced to life imprisonment. Montesecco was the last to be caught – he was tortured and he gave his torturers a very detailed account of the whole conspiracy before he was beheaded.

The Pazzi conspiracy is a rollicking good story and Lauro Martines tells it exceptionally well in his short book,April Blood: Florence and the Plot against the es not only narrates the story, but uses his vast knowledge of the history of the period to place the people and events in a setting that has cinematic vividness.

The Pazzi Conspiracy. no comments. 3 Dec Florence, by Georgio Vasari. On the 26th Aprilas the host was raised within a crowded Santa Maria Del Fiore, carnage erupted.

This moment was to be the finale of a conspiracy that had been concocted by the Pazzi family and their allies, in which the aim was to assassinate the two.

The bloody Pazzi Conspiracy is among the boldest in Florentine history. Rivals of the Medici, the ancient noble Tuscan family known as the Pazzi conspired to replace the Medici as rulers of Florence.

Along with the Salviati, papal bankers in Florence, the Pazzi put together a plan to assassinate Lorenzo, ruler of Florence and his brother Giuliano. He writes, in World Almanac prose, about Lorenzo the Magnificent and the plot in by the Pazzi, rival bankers, to assassinate him.

Left to themselves and arranged more artfully, the events. The Montefeltro Conspiracy provides a new intrepretation of the Pazzi Conspiracy to kill the Medici brothers by reexamining the role of Federico da Montefeltro and his contribution to the plot. As stated at the beginning of the book, historians have acknowledged Montefeltro knew about the assassination, but how heavy a hand did he have in the /5.

The Pazzi Conspiracy was a plot to oust the Medici Family from their position of power in the Renaissance city-state of Florence. The Medici ruled Florence for nearly three hundred years and.

Pazzi conspiracy (pät`tsē),plot against Lorenzo de' Medici Medici, Lorenzo de', –92, Italian merchant prince, called Lorenzo il Magnifico [the magnificent]. He succeeded () his father, Piero de' Medici, as head of the Medici family and as virtual ruler of Florence.

50€ EACH IN A GROUP OF 4 / BARGELLO AND PAZZI CONSPIRACY TOUR / This tour is part of the “Seven Deadly Sins” cycle, a group of tours dedicated to the history of the Medici family, and how different places in Florence at the same time represent the Medici family and symbolize one of the deadly sins.

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In Italy: Florence. Yet the “War of the Pazzi” (–80) that followed, with Florence pitted against a papacy allied to Naples, proved dangerous and expensive, and Lorenzo emerged from it only with great difficulty. Read More; result of Pazzi conspiracy.

In Pazzi conspiracy conspiracy led directly to a two-year war with the papacy that was almost disastrous for Florence.Read The Pazzi Conspiracy from the story Avengers Creed: The Crimson Saga by Demon_Of_Durin_89 (Ashton Mitchell) with 26 reads. malik, natasharomanoff, soulmat Reviews: 2.Unlike any other Renaissance example, the Pazzi Conspiracy medal collapses the traditional obverse and reverse, fusing the portraits, allegorical figures, and historical narrative.

The medal commemorates the attempted coup led by the Pazzi family against the Medici brothers in April Each side shows one brother's bust hovering above a bird's-eye view of the attack in the.