In the sixteenth century, the city-state of Florence failed. In its
place the Medicis created a principality, becoming first dukes of
Florence and then grand dukes of Tuscany. The Fruit of Liberty
analyzes the slow transformations that predated and facilitated the
institutional shift from republic to principality, from citizen to
Harvard University Press
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||I Tatti Studies in Italian Renaissance History, 9
Nicholas Scott Baker
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