Beyond Isabella: Secular Women Patrons of Art in Renaissance Italy

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Frequently Cited Sources and Abbreviations
Frequently Cited SourcesDBI = Dizionario biografico degli italiani. 49 vols. Rome: Istituto della Enciclopedia Italiana, 1960–97.Vasari-Milanesi = Vasari, Giorgio. Le vite de' più eccellenti pittori, scultori, ed architettori… (1568). Ed. Gaetano Milanesi. 9 vols. Florence: Sansoni, 1878–85.AbbreviationsThe following abbreviations for the citation of archival sources have been employed:b: bustac.: cartadoc.: documentf.: filzafasc.: fascicolofol.: folioins.: insertoMS: Manuscriptr: rectov: versoNames of frequently cited archives, libraries, and manuscript collections, arranged alphabetically by location, have been abbreviated in the following manner. Some collections, if located in museums or referred to infrequently, have not been abbreviated.Florence
ASF = Archivio Storico
CA = Carteggio d'artisti
Cart. Strozz. = Carte Strozziane
Corp. Rel. Soppr. = Corporazioni Religiose Soppresse dal Governo Francese
GM = Guardaroba Medicea
Goro Gheri = Copialettere Goro Gheri
MAP = Mediceo Avanti il Principato
MdelP = Mediceo del Principato
Operai = Reppublica, Operai del Palazzo
BNCF = Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale

Mantua

ASM = Archivio di Stato

AG = Archivio Gonzaga

BCMan = Biblioteca Comunale

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