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Medici plaza statue, architecture buildings.

Medici plaza statue, architecture buildings.

Marble statue of Aphrodite

Marble statue of Aphrodite

Basalt statue of Aphrodite

Basalt statue of Aphrodite

Diomedes and the Palladium

Diomedes and the Palladium

Apollo and Marsyas

Apollo and Marsyas

Young man

Young man

Polychrome velvet with a variation on a Medici emblem

Polychrome velvet with a variation on a Medici emblem

Sprite

Sprite

The Crucifixion

The Crucifixion

The Triumph of Fame; (reverse) Impresa of the Medici Family and Arms of the Medici and Tornabuoni Families

The Triumph of Fame; (reverse) Impresa of the Medici Family and Arms of the Medici and Tornabuoni Families

Cosimo de' Medici the Elder (1389–1464)

Cosimo de' Medici the Elder (1389–1464)

Filippo de' Medici, Archbishop of Pisa, 1462–1474

Filippo de' Medici, Archbishop of Pisa, 1462–1474

Fountain with Arms of Jacopo de' Pazzi

Fountain with Arms of Jacopo de' Pazzi

David with the Head of Goliath

David with the Head of Goliath

Tommaso di Folco Portinari (1428–1501); Maria Portinari (Maria Maddalena Baroncelli, born 1456)

Tommaso di Folco Portinari (1428–1501); Maria Portinari (Maria Maddalena Baroncelli, born 1456)

Saint Jerome in the Wilderness

Saint Jerome in the Wilderness

De Re Militari (On the Military Arts)

De Re Militari (On the Military Arts)

To Commemorate the Pazzi Conspiracy, 1478

To Commemorate the Pazzi Conspiracy, 1478

The crow and the raven [cont.]; The rook and the dog.

The crow and the raven [cont.]; The rook and the dog.

The donkey who envied the horse's life [cont.]; The miser.

The donkey who envied the horse's life [cont.]; The miser.

Hermes and the traveler [cont.]; The thieving child and his mother.

Hermes and the traveler [cont.]; The thieving child and his mother.

The travelers and the axe [cont.]; The frogs.

The travelers and the axe [cont.]; The frogs.

The coal man and the fuller [cont.]; The fishermen who caught stones.

The coal man and the fuller [cont.]; The fishermen who caught stones.

The donkey, the crow, and the wolf [cont.]; The donkey, the fox, and the lion.

The donkey, the crow, and the wolf [cont.]; The donkey, the fox, and the lion.

The weasel and the rooster.

The weasel and the rooster.

The fisherman who played the flute [cont.]; The cowherd and the lion.

The fisherman who played the flute [cont.]; The cowherd and the lion.

The donkey and the gardener [cont.]; The bird catcher and the crested lark.

The donkey and the gardener [cont.]; The bird catcher and the crested lark.

The thieving child and his mother [cont.].

The thieving child and his mother [cont.].

The braggart [cont.]; The man who promised the impossible.

The braggart [cont.]; The man who promised the impossible.

The roosters and the partridge [cont.]; The fox and the mask.

The roosters and the partridge [cont.]; The fox and the mask.

The snake and the crab [cont.]; The shepherd and the wolf.

The snake and the crab [cont.]; The shepherd and the wolf.

The kingfisher [cont.].

The kingfisher [cont.].

Hermes and Tiresias [end]; The two dogs.

Hermes and Tiresias [end]; The two dogs.

The lion, the wolf, and the fox [cont.].

The lion, the wolf, and the fox [cont.].

The sleeping dog and the wolf [cont.]; The dog, the rooster, and the fox.

The sleeping dog and the wolf [cont.]; The dog, the rooster, and the fox.

The reed and the olive tree [cont.]; The wolf and the heron.

The reed and the olive tree [cont.]; The wolf and the heron.

The goat and the wolf [cont.]; The mule.

The goat and the wolf [cont.]; The mule.

The dog who came to dinner [end]; The fisherman who played the flute.

The dog who came to dinner [end]; The fisherman who played the flute.

The hares and the frogs [end]; The donkey who envied the horse's life.

The hares and the frogs [end]; The donkey who envied the horse's life.

The frogs and the dried-up pond [cont.]; The old man and death.

The frogs and the dried-up pond [cont.]; The old man and death.

The miser [cont.]; The greese and the cranes.

The miser [cont.]; The greese and the cranes.

The shepherd and the sea [cont.]; The pomegranate, the apple, and the olive trees, and the thornbush.

The shepherd and the sea [cont.]; The pomegranate, the apple, and the olive trees, and the thornbush.

The frogs [cont.]; The beekeeper.

The frogs [cont.]; The beekeeper.

The hares and the frogs [cont.].

The hares and the frogs [cont.].

The peacock and the jackdaw [cont.]; The wild boar and the fox.

The peacock and the jackdaw [cont.]; The wild boar and the fox.

The monkey and the dolphin [cont.]; The flies.

The monkey and the dolphin [cont.]; The flies.

The sick crow [cont.]; The eagle.

The sick crow [cont.]; The eagle.

The man and the shrew [cont.]; The kid and the flute playing wolf.

The man and the shrew [cont.]; The kid and the flute playing wolf.

The bird catcher and the crested lark [cont.]; Hermes and the traveler.

The bird catcher and the crested lark [cont.]; Hermes and the traveler.

The sow and the dog; The snake and the crab.

The sow and the dog; The snake and the crab.

The crab and the fox [cont.]; The zither player.

The crab and the fox [cont.]; The zither player.

The fox and the mask [cont.]; The coal man and the fuller.

The fox and the mask [cont.]; The coal man and the fuller.

The hares and the foxes [cont.]; The ant.

The hares and the foxes [cont.]; The ant.

The farmer and his dogs [cont.]; The woman and the hen.

The farmer and his dogs [cont.]; The woman and the hen.

The two boys and the butcher [cont.]; The fox and the monkey king.

The two boys and the butcher [cont.]; The fox and the monkey king.

The fox and the woodcutter [cont.].

The fox and the woodcutter [cont.].

The rook and the dog [cont.]; The crow and the snake.

The rook and the dog [cont.]; The crow and the snake.

The fisherman and the minnow [cont.]; The horse and the donkey.

The fisherman and the minnow [cont.]; The horse and the donkey.

Zeus and modesty [cont.]; Zeus and the tortoise.

Zeus and modesty [cont.]; Zeus and the tortoise.

The horse and the donkey [cont.]; The man and the Satyr.

The horse and the donkey [cont.]; The man and the Satyr.

The ant [cont.]; The bat and the weasels.

The ant [cont.]; The bat and the weasels.

The bat, the thorn, and the gull [cont.].

The bat, the thorn, and the gull [cont.].

The two dogs [cont.]; The man and the shrew.

The two dogs [cont.]; The man and the shrew.

The old man and death [cont.]; The old woman and the doctor.

The old man and death [cont.]; The old woman and the doctor.

The fishermen and the tuna [cont.]; The broken vow.

The fishermen and the tuna [cont.]; The broken vow.

The cricket and the ants [cont.]; The fox and the worm; The hen who laid the goldern eggs.

The cricket and the ants [cont.]; The fox and the worm; The hen who laid the goldern eggs.

The cowherd and the lion [cont.]; The sick crow.

The cowherd and the lion [cont.]; The sick crow.

The fox, and the donkey disguised as a lion [cont.]; The donkey and the frogs.

The fox, and the donkey disguised as a lion [cont.]; The donkey and the frogs.

The weasel and the rooster [cont.]; The fox with the cropped tail.

The weasel and the rooster [cont.]; The fox with the cropped tail.

The woman and the servants [cont.]; The magician.

The woman and the servants [cont.]; The magician.

The rich man and the mourners [cont.]; The shepherd and his sheep.

The rich man and the mourners [cont.]; The shepherd and his sheep.

The eagle and the fox [cont.].

The eagle and the fox [cont.].

The trumpeter; The reed and the olive tree.

The trumpeter; The reed and the olive tree.

The jackdaw at large [cont.]; Hermes and the craftsmen.

The jackdaw at large [cont.]; Hermes and the craftsmen.

The cheat [cont.]; The fishermen and the tuna.

The cheat [cont.]; The fishermen and the tuna.

The nightingale and the sparrow hawk.

The nightingale and the sparrow hawk.

The dog, the rooster, and the fox [cont.].

The dog, the rooster, and the fox [cont.].

The castor [cont.]; The dog and the butcher.

The castor [cont.]; The dog and the butcher.

The bat, the thorn, and the gull [end]; The donkey and the gardener.

The bat, the thorn, and the gull [end]; The donkey and the gardener.

The snails [cont.]; The woman and the servants.

The snails [cont.]; The woman and the servants.

The old woman and the doctor [cont.].

The old woman and the doctor [cont.].

The fawn and the deer [cont.]; The hares and the frogs.

The fawn and the deer [cont.]; The hares and the frogs.

The kingfisher [end]; The fisherman.

The kingfisher [end]; The fisherman.

The hen and the swallow [cont.]; The first appearance of the camel.

The hen and the swallow [cont.]; The first appearance of the camel.

The doctor and his patient [cont.]; The bird catcher and the viper.

The doctor and his patient [cont.]; The bird catcher and the viper.

The fox and the bramble [cont.]; The fox and the crocodile.

The fox and the bramble [cont.]; The fox and the crocodile.

The tortoise and the eagle [cont.]; The flea and the man.

The tortoise and the eagle [cont.]; The flea and the man.

The donkey in the lion's skin [cont.]; The sparrow.

The donkey in the lion's skin [cont.]; The sparrow.

The bat and the weasels [cont.]; The travelers and the flotsam.

The bat and the weasels [cont.]; The travelers and the flotsam.

The jackdaw and the pigeons [cont.]; The jackdaw at large.

The jackdaw and the pigeons [cont.]; The jackdaw at large.

Hermes and the sculptor [cont.]; Hermes and Tiresias.

Hermes and the sculptor [cont.]; Hermes and Tiresias.

The shepherd and the wolf [cont.]; The lion, the wolf, and the fox.

The shepherd and the wolf [cont.]; The lion, the wolf, and the fox.

The woman and the drunkard [end]; The boar and the mouse; The donkey in the lion's skin.

The woman and the drunkard [end]; The boar and the mouse; The donkey in the lion's skin.

The old woman and the doctor [end]; The farmer and his children.

The old woman and the doctor [end]; The farmer and his children.

The wild boar and the fox [cont.]; The crested lark; The fawn and the deer.

The wild boar and the fox [cont.]; The crested lark; The fawn and the deer.

The stepped on serpent [cont.]; The thirsty dove.

The stepped on serpent [cont.]; The thirsty dove.

The fox and the goat [end]; The fox who had never seen a lion.

The fox and the goat [end]; The fox who had never seen a lion.

The dove and the crow [cont.]; The rich man and the mourners.

The dove and the crow [cont.]; The rich man and the mourners.

The bird catcher and the viper [cont.]; The castor.

The bird catcher and the viper [cont.]; The castor.

The farmer and the goddess fortune [cont.]; The travelers and the axe.

The farmer and the goddess fortune [cont.]; The travelers and the axe.