Sometime before October 23, 1388, Jacopo di Bartolomeo di Bombeni left all of his worldly goods to his two sons Antonio and Caro, and to his wife, Betta, in equal measures. His house is called a "palagio" or "palace" throughout the dossier and his belongings are quite extensive. A "beautiful and large book of the offices, for women (f. 88r), several rings mounted with diamonds, pearls, and saffires, and a cache of silver forks and spoons were found among Bombeni's many possessions.
- Record type: Guardianship
- Date: 23 October, 1388
- Locale: Florence, Tuscany, Italy
- Language(s): Italian
- Archival location: Archivio di Stato di Firenze, Magistrato dei pupilli avanti il principato 4
- Extent: 27 Folios (paper, register - quarto)
Edited by Laura Morreale, with corrections by Sama Mammadova, and contributions by Daniel Lord Smail.
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