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MARCELLO SIMONETTA, Ph. D., received his doctorate in Renaissance Studies from Yale and has taught at Wesleyan University. He has been featured on The History Channel, and in 2007 he curated an exhibition on Federico da Montefeltro’s library at the Morgan Library & Museum. He lives in New York.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Pazzi Conspiracy, 1478.
Italy -- History -- 15th century.
Medici, Lorenzo de', -- 1449-1492 -- Adversaries.
Medici, Giuliano de', -- 1453-1478 -- Adversaries.
Sixtus -- IV, -- Pope, -- 1414-1484 -- Political activity.
Federico, -- da Montefeltro, Duke of Urbino, -- 1422-1482 -- Political activity.
Italy -- History -- 15th century -- Sources.
Botticelli, Sandro, -- 1444 or 5-1510 -- Themes, motives.
Politics in art.