The other work is Coniurationis Commentarium, which was written in 1478 to commemorate Giuliano's murder. Giulia Romola di Alessandro de' Medici (c. 1535 – c. 1588) was the illegitimate, possibly biracial, daughter of Alessandro de' Medici, Duke of Florence and his mistress Taddea Malaspina. 14:09. There are two extant paintings of Giulia de’ Medici, a noblewoman who lived in 16th-century Italy and did noblewoman things, like marrying a cousin and stockpiling land. Sister of Giulio de'Medici Half sister of Porzia de'Medici, badessa and Giulia Boiardo, - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giulia_de%27_Medici, http://genealogics.org/descendtext.php?personID=I00353648&tree=LEO&display=block&generations=6. [16], Media related to Giuliano de' Medici at Wikimedia Commons, 15th-century Italian nobleman, brother of Lorenzo the Magnificent, "The Sacred Feminine and the Triads of Michelangelo and Botticelli", "The true son of the Devil, an Antichrist and abominable tyrant – or just unable to make up his mind? [6], Giulio di Giuliano de' Medici, Giuliano's illegitimate son by his mistress Fioretta Gorini,[8] went on to become Pope Clement VII. [12] Giuliano de' Medici was portrayed by Bradley James in the second season of the TV series Medici: Masters of Florence. Giulia Romola di Alessandro de' Medici (Firenze, 1534 – Firenze, war-dro 1588) a oa merc'h bastard Alessandro de' Medici, dug Firenze, hag e bried-kleiz Taddea Malaspina . Geni requires JavaScript! As co-ruler of Florence, with his brother Lorenzo the Magnificent, he complemented his brother's image as the "patron of the arts" with his own image as the handsome, sporting, "golden boy." Daughter of Alessandro "il Moro" de'Medici, duca di Firenze and Taddea Malespina ", "Inside the Medici Chapels, the "Masters of Florence"'s Mausoleum", "Da Vinci's Demons: "The Hierophant" Review", "Daniel Sharman and Bradley James Join Netflix's 'Medici, "Assassin's Creed: 10 momentos históricos de la saga", Genealogical tables of the House of Medici, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Giuliano_de%27_Medici&oldid=985305689, Short description is different from Wikidata, Wikipedia articles with SUDOC identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 25 October 2020, at 05:39. In one image she’s a young woman surrounded by symbols of Medici power, and in the other she’s a child, pout-faced and vulnerable. March 24, 2020. Giuliano de' Medici (25 October 1453 – 26 April 1478) was the second son of Piero de' Medici (the Gouty) and Lucrezia Tornabuoni. The choice to commit the murder at high mass was only a last minute choice. Giulia de Medici's magisterial pronouncement is of utmost importance to those of us in the new world who are still suffering from the results of this ugly social phenomenon. [11] He is murdered in the season 1 finale. [9], Giuliano de' Medici is portrayed by Tom Bateman in Starz's original series Da Vinci's Demons. [15] It is mostly fictionalized and involves Giuliano's love for Simonetta Vespucci. Giulia De Medici. As Alessandro was born of a liaison between a Medici cardinal and an African slave, this formal portrait is the first of a child of African ancestry in European art. 119 views; 7 years ago; This item has been hidden. As co-ruler of Florence, with his brother Lorenzo the Magnificent, he complemented his brother's image as the "patron of the arts" with his own image as the handsome, sporting, "golden boy.". The little girl holding her hand here is Giulia, a Medici relative who was raised in Maria's household after the murder of the child's father, Duke Alessandro de' Medici (1511-1537). Giulia De Medici. 483 views; 7 years ago; 3:40. Wife of Francesco Cantelmo, conte d'Alvito and Bernardetto de'Medici, signore di Ottajano Rather, the conspirators had attempted to lure Lorenzo and Giuliano away from Florence to kill them outside the boundaries of the city – first on the road to Piombino, then in Rome,[4] and finally at a banquet hosted by the Medici at their villa in Fiesole. [1] He was killed by a sword wound to the head and was stabbed 19 times. [10] He has an affair with Vanessa, who becomes pregnant with his child. Giuliano didn't come, claiming to be ill. [2][3] However, this was not the first attempt at assassination. [13], Giuliano makes a brief appearance in the video game Assassin's Creed II where he is murdered by Francesco de' Pazzi and other conspirators of the Pazzi conspiracy who were seeking to take over Florence under the command of Rodrigo Borgia, the future Pope Alexander VI. Following her father's assassination, she was reared at the court of Cosimo I de' Medici … [2][7], Giuliano had been promised in marriage to Semiramade Appiani Aragona, daughter of Iacopo IV Appiani, the Lord of Piombino. [14], Angelo Poliziano wrote two works which include Giuliano de' Medici as a major character. Stanze cominciate per la giostra del Magnifico Giuliano de’ Medici was written to commemorate a joust that Giuliano won in 1475. Please enable JavaScript in your browser's settings to use this part of Geni. Uploads Play all. 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