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"Dare et habere"

Il mondo di un mercante milanese del Quattrocento
  • Marina Gazzini,

The Italian cities of the last centuries of the Middle Ages still saw, alongside a progressive stiffening of social hierarchies, the economic and social rise of individuals belonging to the 'middle class’: ‘homines novi’ that, without resorting to family ties and often refusing the association model of corporations, managed to build fortune and dignity thanks to trade, entrepreneurship, land exploitation, neighbourhood and parish solidarity and to the management of assistance. Emblematic of these paths of succeeding is the figure of an economic operator native of the countryside, Donato Ferrario da Pantigliate, founder in 1429 in Milan of a devotional and welfare institution, the School of the Divinity. He is a character whose social, economic and spiritual behaviours are reconstructed here against the Milanese urban context of the first half of the fifteenth century.

  • Keywords:
  • Storia,
  • Medioevo,
  • Società,
  • Comuni medievali,
  • Donato Ferrario da Pantigliate,
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Marina Gazzini

University of Parma, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0001-7100-1244

Marina Gazzini, PhD in Medieval History, is currently a research fellow at the History Department of the University of Parma. She is the author of studies on the late Middle Ages, with particular reference to the mercantile world and the history of guild associations and welfare institutions of northern Italy. Among her latest studies we find: La città, la strada, l'ospitalità: l'area di Capodiponte a Parma tra XII e XIV secolo ("The city, the road, the hospitality: Capodiponte area in Parma between the 12th and 14th centuries"), in Un'area di strada. L'Emilia occidentale nel Medioevo. Ricerche storiche e riflessioni metodologiche ("Historical research and methodological reflections"), edited by R. Greci, Bologna 2000, pp. 307-331; Patriziati urbani e spazi confraternali in età rinascimentale: l'esempio di Milano ("Urban Patricianship and guild spaces in the Renaissance period: the example of Milan"), in "Archivio Storico Italiano", CLVIII (2000), pp. 491-514.
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Book Title

"Dare et habere"

Book Subtitle

Il mondo di un mercante milanese del Quattrocento

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Marina Gazzini

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Publication Year

2002

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© 2002 Author(s)

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