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7/2 (1858), 93–116; V. Santi, “La precedenza tra gli Estensi e i Medici e la historia de’ principi d’Este di G. Battista Pigna,” Atti della deputazione ferrarese di storia patria 9 (1897), 37–122; P. Gribaudi, “Questioni di precedenza fra le corti italiane nel secolo XVI. Contributo alla storia della diplomazia italiana,” Rivista di scienze storiche 1/9 (1904): 164–177, 1/10 (1904): 278–285, 1/11 (1904): 347–356, 2/2 (1905): 87–94, 2/3 (1905): 205–216, 2/6 (1905): 475–485, 2/7 (1905): 29–38, 2/8 (1905): 126–141; David R.

For the Sienese territorial state before the conquest of 1555, see Siena e il suo territorio nel Rinascimento, ed. Mario Ascheri and Donatella Ciampoli, 3 vols. (Siena, 1986–2000); Mario Ascheri, “Siena in the Fourteenth Century: State, Territory, and Culture,” in The “Other Tuscany”, ed. Thomas W. Blomquist and Maureen F. Mazzaoui (Kalamazoo, 1994), pp. 163–197; and Alessandro Dani, I comuni dello Stato di Siena e le loro assemblee (secc. XIV–XVIII). I caratteri di una cultura giuridico-politica (Siena, 1998).

For the Florentine territorial state in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, see Florentine Tuscany: Structures and Practices of Power, ed. William J. Connell and Andrea Zorzi (Cambridge, 2000). For the Sienese territorial state before the conquest of 1555, see Siena e il suo territorio nel Rinascimento, ed. Mario Ascheri and Donatella Ciampoli, 3 vols. (Siena, 1986–2000); Mario Ascheri, “Siena in the Fourteenth Century: State, Territory, and Culture,” in The “Other Tuscany”, ed. Thomas W. Blomquist and Maureen F.

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