The Inventory of Bernardo di Giorgio de Bardi lists all of the decedent's possessions found in three different locations, namely his town house in Florence, another smaller house in San Zanobi a Casignano, and a piece of land in Mugnana. The vast majority of the objects found in his house in Florence consisted of household goods, with some notable exceptions, including weapons, jewellery, a book containing some of Boccaccio's work, and a "desco da parto" or a "birth tray," a painted or decorated disc or plate given to commemorate a successful birth. The inventory also records various animals in both of the properties in San Zanobi a Casignano and Mugnana.
- Record type: Guardianship
- Date: 1419
- Locale: Florence, Tuscany, Italy
- Language(s): Italian
- Archival location: Archivio di Stato di Firenze, Magistrato dei pupilli avanti il principato 152
- Extent: 21 Folios (paper, register - quarto)
Edited by Nicola Medda, Sara Abdelrazik, and Philip Muijtjens.
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