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Names, Terms, Dates Leonardo Bruni Filippo Brunnelleschi Pope Eugenius IV, 1431-1447 Guillaume Du Fay, c. 1397-1474 Giannozzo Manetti, 1396-1459 Leon Battista Alberti, 1404-72 Poggio Bracciolini, 1380-1459 Cosimo de’ Medici, 1389-1464 Lorenzo de’ Medici, 1449-1492 Pope Nicholas V, 1447-1455 Fra Girolamo Savonarola, 1452-98
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Outline Florence: Republican City 1. Ordinances of Justice 2. Revolt of the Wool Workers, 1378 3. Oligarchy Florence the New Rome 1. Bruni’s Panegyric of Florence 2. Florence-Rome-Jerusalem a. Brunnelleschi’s Dome b. Consecration, 1436 Wealth and Magnificence 1. Charity as a Counter to Avarice 2. Bruni: Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics; Bracciolini, On Avarice 3. Building Renaissance Florence Papal Rome and Florence as the New Jerusalem 1. Nicholas V and the rebuilding of Rome 2. The republican and spiritual revolution of Savonarola
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Bruni: Panegyric of Florence For the fact that the Florentine race arose form the Roman people is of the utmost importance. What nation
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  • Spring '08
  • Hughes
  • Poggio Bracciolini, Florence Papal Rome, Bruni Filippo Brunnelleschi, Fra Girolamo Savonarola, Leonardo Bruni Filippo Brunnelleschi Pope Eugenius IV

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