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Church, State and Lay Piety Florence and Venice in the Renaissance HI320
Canaletto, San Pietro di Castello (C18th)
Titian, Doge Antonio Grimani presents himself to the Faith (Palazzo Ducale, )
Palma il Giovane, Doge Francesco Venier beseeching the Virgin Mary (Palazzo Ducale, 1595)
Medici Palace Chapel, Florence, with frescoes by Benozzo Gozzoli ( )
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)
Continuities and Changes
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)
Venetian Popes Gregory XII (r ), Eugenius IV (r ) nipoti - nepotism Pinturicchio, Eugenius IV (Siena, )
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 ( )
Archbishop of Florence Antonino Pierozzi (Saint Antoninus), Lorenzo Lotto, St. Antoninus, 1542
Venice 1451 Patriarch of Grado moved to Venice Tre savi contra leresia 1509 Interdict from Julius II Giovani resist papal influence Interdict Gentile Bellini, Patriarch Lorenzo Giustiniani (1459)
Confraternities laudesi sacre rappresentazi oni
Sa nta Ma ria No vell a Santa Maria Novella (Dominican) Santa Croce (Franciscan)
Santa Maria dei Frari (Franciscan) San Giovanni e Paolo (Dominican)
Preachers Saint Bernardino of Siena ( ), Saint Antoninus ( ), Savonarola ( ) Bernardino Ochino ( )
Religion in everyday life The Merchant of Prato Francesco Datini: in the name of God and profit
Vengeance must fall on thee, thou filthy whore / Of Babylon, thou breaker of Christs fold (Petrarch, Sonnets)
Political Structures Florence and Venice in the Renaissance HI320.
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Chapter 21 Italy comparisons. Figure MASACCIO, Holy Trinity, Santa Maria Novella, Florence, Italy, ca. 1424–1427. Fresco, 21’ 10’ 5/8”
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