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A Tabernacle for the Sun A Novel Set in Florence in the Time of Lorenzo De' Medici 1472 1478Atonic Academy wishes to enter the Academy himself but to do so he must make his peace with the keeper of its gates Lorenzo Torn he does not know his own mind and heart until fate forces his ar. So well crafted I was drawn back to another time and way of thinking and living My philosophical world grew as I got to know Tommaso de' Maffei and followed his development from naive youth to wise adult The world and art of Renaissance Florence and the Medici were cleverly woven into the plot Didn't want the book to end and felt that I can learn a lot for how to live my 21st C life

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O the city of Lorenzo de' Medici His cousin Antonio tries to enlist his help in a conspiracy to murder Lorenzo Tommaso now living and working with men who A Tabernacle Epubare members of the Pl. Set in 1472 1478 and the Pazzi Conspiracy with the Medici FamilyBotticelli is a consistent thread in all three novels in this series They titles are inspired by his mythological paintings Primavera Pallas and the Centaur The Birth of Venus

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