A History of Milan under the Sforza

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
FRANCESCO SFORZA. Medallion from a Doorway in the Certosa of PaviaFrontispiece
TO FACE PAGE
GABRIELE DA COTIGNOLA, ARCHBISHOP OF MILAN. Monument in S. Maria Incoronata, Milan11
By permission of the Istituto d'Arti Grafichi, Bergamo.
PLAN OF MILAN. Adapted from Verri's " Storia di Milano"35
FRANCESCO SFORZA. Medal by Sperandio60
DOORWAY OF THE MEDICI BANK. Castello Sforzesco, Milan72
OSPEDALE MAGGIORE. Milan82
GALEAZZO MARIA SFORZA. Portrait by Antonio Pollaiuolo, Uffizi Gallery, Florence92
GALEAZZO MARIA SFORZA AND BONA OF SAVOY. Picture in the possession of Dr. F. Gatti, Milan (held to be a sixteenth century reproduction of contemporary portraits)107
SFORZA ARMS. (I) The Viper quartered with the Imperial Eagles; (2) The Brush (scopetta). Certosa of Pavia141
GIAN GALEAZZO SFORZA READING CICERO. Fresco ascribed to Bramantino, Wallace Collection152
By permission of Mr. W. Heinemann.
LODOVICO SFORZA AND BEATRICE D'ESTE. Effigies from Tomb by Cristoforo Solari, now in the Certosa of Pavia163
FRANCESCO SFORZA II. AS A CHILD. Portrait by Ambrogio de Predis in the possession of W. Beattie, Esq.169
ASCANIO SFORZA. Fresco ascribed to Luini, Castello Sforzesco, Milan191
MASSIMILIANO SFORZA. Fresco ascribed to Luini, Castello Sforzesco, Milan205
FRANCESCO SFORZA II. Fresco ascribed to Luini, Castello Sforzesco, Milan228

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