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1 Church, State and Lay Piety Florence and Venice in the Renaissance HI320

2 Canaletto, San Pietro di Castello (C18th)

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6 Titian, Doge Antonio Grimani presents himself to the Faith (Palazzo Ducale, 1575-6)

7 Palma il Giovane, Doge Francesco Venier beseeching the Virgin Mary (Palazzo Ducale, 1595)

8 Medici Palace Chapel, Florence, with frescoes by Benozzo Gozzoli (1459- 61)

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10 in the Italian Republics of the Renaissance religion ceased to be, as it had been in the Middle Ages, the preserve of specialists (J.J. Martin)

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12 Continuities and Changes

13 Church and State The church becomes increasingly more like a state, and the state becomes more and more involved in the religious sphere (R. Bizzocchi)

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15 Venetian Popes Gregory XII (r. 1406- 15), Eugenius IV (r.1431-47) nipoti - nepotism Pinturicchio, Eugenius IV (Siena, 1502-7)

16 Florence Medici Popes Leo X and Clement VII War of the Eight Saints (1375-8) Interdicts 1376, 1478, 1511 Raphael, Leo X with Giulio de Medici (1518-19)

17 Archbishop of Florence Antonino Pierozzi (Saint Antoninus), 1389-1459 Lorenzo Lotto, St. Antoninus, 1542

18 Venice 1451 Patriarch of Grado moved to Venice Tre savi contra leresia 1509 Interdict from Julius II Giovani resist papal influence 1606-7 Interdict Gentile Bellini, Patriarch Lorenzo Giustiniani (1459)

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20 The Parish

21 Confraternities laudesi sacre rappresentazi oni

22 Sa nta Ma ria No vell a Santa Maria Novella (Dominican) Santa Croce (Franciscan)

23 Santa Maria dei Frari (Franciscan) San Giovanni e Paolo (Dominican)

24 Preachers Saint Bernardino of Siena (1380-44), Saint Antoninus (1389-1459), Savonarola (1452-98) Bernardino Ochino (1487- 1564)

25 Religion in everyday life The Merchant of Prato Francesco Datini: in the name of God and profit

26 Vengeance must fall on thee, thou filthy whore / Of Babylon, thou breaker of Christs fold (Petrarch, Sonnets)


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