The inventory of Ugo Vecchiecti was compiled sometime before October 6, 1390, for the benefit of his unnamed heir. Since there is no testament in the dossier, little is known about Ugo's family or social network. What we do know is that he owned a large library, with several books written in the vernacular, including translations of works by Boethius, Sallust, and Cicero, a chronicle, a book on mathematics and a collection of epistles, among other writings (355v). The estate was managed by the city of Florence until at last 1393.
- Record type: Guardianship
- Date: 6 October, 1390
- Locale: Florence, Tuscany, Italy
- Language(s): Italian
- Archival location: Archivio di Stato di Firenze, Magistrato dei pupilli avanti il principato 4
- Extent: 10 Folios (paper, register - quarto)
Edited by Laura Morreale, with corrections by Sama Mammadova, and contributions by Daniel Lord Smail.
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