Averardo de' Medici

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Averardo de' Medici
Averardo de' medici, xvii century print.jpg
17th-century image of Averardo de' Medici
Spouse(s) Jacopa Spini
Issue
Giovanni di Bicci de' Medici
Francesco de' Medici
Antonia de' Medici
Noble family Medici
Father Salvestro de Medici 'il Chiarissimo'
Born Unknown
Died 1363

Averardo de' Medici (1320-1363), also known as Everard De Medici, was the son of Salvestro de' Medici (died 1346), "il Chiarissimo" (English meaning "the very clear.") and the father of three children: Giovanni, Francesco, and Antonia. Giovanni di Bicci de' Medici would later become the first historically relevant member of Medici family of Florence and the eventual founder of the Medici bank.

He was named after the legendary knight Averardo, from whom the Medici claimed descent. He was second cousin of Salvestro de' Medici.

Children[edit]

  • Giovanni di Bicci de' Medici; married Piccarda Bueri.
  • Francesco de' Medici (d. 1402); married Selvaggia Gianfigliazzi and Francesca Balducci.[1]
  • Antonia de' Medici; married Angelo Ardinghelli.[2]

References[edit]

  • Brucker, Gene A. (1957). The Medici in the Fourteenth Century. Medieval Academy of America. 
  • Lee, Alexander (2014). The Ugly Renaissance. Hutchinson. 

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