Film, Video Jews & Magic in Medici Florence
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- Jews & Magic in Medici Florence
- With work published widely in the course of his 30 years of archival research in Florence, Edward Goldberg founded the Medici Archive Project to provide worldwide public access to the historical data in the Medici Granducal Archive through a fully searchable database. Established by Grand Duke Cosimo I in 1569, the archive of the Medici Grand Dukes offers the most complete record of any princely regime in Renaissance and Baroque Europe. The 3 million letters contained in more than 6,000 volumes richly document more than 200 years of human history (1537-1743). Through introducing his latest publication, "Jews and Magic in Medici Florence," Goldberg outlines Medici Florence and the culmination of his study on the topic.
- Event Date
- April 13, 2011
- - Edward Goldberg is a former fine arts professor at Harvard University and founder of the Medici Archive Project.
- Related Resources
- Medici Archive Project: http://www.medici.org/ External
- Running Time
- 1 hours 9 minutes 17 seconds
- Online Format
- online text
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