Filologia e invenzione nella Firenze di Cosimo I
2002, cm 17 x 24, xxx-436 pp. con 32 tavv. f.t.
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Documentation on the variety of interests of this Florentine Benedictine monk, who represented the last vestige of the great Florentine Humanism, dedicating himself with erudition to the story of Florentine civilisation from its ancient Roman origins and in all its manifestations including visual arts and those relating to the language of Florence, illustrating his collaboration with members of the Medici family as iconographical advisor for festivals, celebrations and events in general for the image of Renaissance Florence and its myth.