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HISTORY of Christian Theology

Lorenzo de Medici (A.D. 1469–1492) was an Italian banker and statesman in the Republic of Florence. He became the de facto ruler of Florence and used his wealth and power to support scholars, artists, and poets of the Italian Renaissance.

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PEOPLE (see A.D. 1469–1492)

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