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Marriage and elite structure in Reinassance Florence; 1282-1500

Marriage and elite structure in Reinassance Florence; 1282-1500


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Marriage and elite structure in Reinassance Florence; 1282-1500

By John F. Padgett

REDES: Revista hispana para el análisis de redes sociales, Vol. 21:3 (2011)

Abstract: This conference paper is an interim report from a large-scale project to trace transformations in Florentine elite network structures over two centuries. In this paper, I confine myself solely to a description of previously unknown trends in broad patterns of Florentine inter-marriage. Knowledgeable readers will immediately see that these trends have important implications for debates in Florentine historiography (which I will develop in the future). Ultimately, I am primarily interested in the political implications of the trends I herein describe. But for now I do not engage in interpretation, explanation, or argumentation. I intend simply to lay out some new facts.


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