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This section of the book titled Education and Society in Florentine Tuscany: Teachers, Pupils and Schools, c. 1250-1500 presents a list of author names. The focus of this study is Florence and Florentine Tuscany from the mid-thirteenth to the end of the fifteenth century. Of course, the Florentine territorial state did not exist in the thirteenth century, only gradually emerging in the Trecento, to reach its mature extent in the earlier fifteenth century. The term Florentine Tuscany is used to refer to what would become the Florentine subject territories in the fifteenth century. This is a comparative study, therefore, of Florence and its dominions in terms of school education, not of Tuscany as a whole. Lucca and Siena have been largely omitted from this work.

Keywords: Florentine Tuscany; Lucca; Siena



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