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Luca Gatti

November - January 1999

Luca Gatti used a three-month Clark Fellowship to continue work on a book-length study of Sacrifice and Identity in Early Renaissance Florence.  During this time, he also completed a book published in Italy in 1999, L'idolo di Firenze: Immagine, mito ed identità civica tra '300 e '500.  Gatti is responsible for publishing the collection of the Corsini family, a body of important illuminated manuscripts originally held by Cardinal Pietro Corsini, a controversial figure in fourteenth-century Florence.

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