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ISTITUZIONI E FONTI MARIANO DEL M° MICHELE, UN MAESTRO D'ABACO DEL XV SECOLO

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<title> SUMMARY </title>In this work has been reconstructed the biography of M° Mariano, a florentine teacher of abacus of the fiftheenth century. Mariano was born about 1387 to Dada of Moddeo Turi and Michele of Gianni, another abacus teacher whose name connected to with the well known Paolo dell'abaco and Antonio Mazzinghi. He taught for about fifty years, mostly in a «bottega d'abaco» located in the Lungarno Acciaiuoli, below his dwelling house, and also for some time in the well known Santa Trinita abacus school. In his long period of activity, among his many pupils were the sons of important florentine merchants and noblemen. In the years 1422-1426 he took part in the works for the building of the Spedale degli Innocenti of Florence. He died in 1458. During his life as well after his death, he had the reputation of an excellent abacist.

Affiliations: 1: Università di Firenze

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2016-12-04

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