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The Medici family was a powerful and influential Italian family who attained its greatest prominence in the 15th and 16th centuries.

Notable members were:

Lorenzo de Medici (1449-1492), patriarch and ruler of Florence
Catherine de Medici (1519-1589), queen of France
Giovanni de Medici, (1475-1523) would become Pope Leo X
Giulio de Medici, (1523-1534), would become Pope Clement VII
Maria de Medici, (1573-1642), queen and regent of France

Medici family tree 1360 to 1675:

 Giovanni di Bicci de’ Medici (1360-1464)
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 +-Cosimo de Medici (the Elder) (1389-1464)
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 | +-Piero I de Medici (the Gouty) (1416-1469), Lord of Florence
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 | | +-Giuliano I de Medici (1453-1478)
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 | | | +-Giulio de Medici (1478-1534) (Pope Clemens VII)
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 | | |   +-Alessandro de Medici (the Moor) (1511-1537), Duke of Tuscany
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 | | +-Lorenzo de Medici (the Magnificent) (1449-1492), Lord of Florence
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 | |   +-Lucrezia de Medici (1470-1550)
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 | |   | +-Maria Salviati (1499-1543), wife of Giovanni dalle bande nere (see below)
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 | |   | +-Francesca Salviati
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 | |   |   +- Alessandro de Medici (1482-1546) (Pope Leo XI)
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 | |   +-Piero de' Medici (Piero II de Medici) (the Unfortunate) (1472-1503), Lord of Florence
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 | |   | +-Lorenzo II de Medici (1492-1519), lord of Urbino
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 | |   |   +-Caterina de Medici (1519-1589), wife of Henry II of France
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 | |   +-Maddalena de Medici (1473-1528)
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 | |   +-Giovanni de Medici (1475-1521) (Pope Leo X)
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 | |   +-Giuliano de Medici (1479-1516), Duke of Naples
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 | |     +-Ippolito de Medici (1511-1535), Cardinal
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 | +-Giovanni de Medici (1421-1483)
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 | +-Carlo de Medici (1430-1492)
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 +-Lorenzo de Medici (the Elder) (1395-1464)
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   +-Pier Francesco de Medici (the Elder) (1430-1476)
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     +-Lorenzo the Popolano (1463-1503), Lord of Piombino
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     | +-Pier Francesco de Medici (the Younger) (1487-1525)
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     |   +-Laudomia de Medici
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     |   +-Lorenzino de Medici (1514-1548)
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     |   +-Giuliano the Medici (ca. 1520-1588)
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     |   +-Maddalena de Medici (?-1583)
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     +-Giovanni the Popolano (1467-1498)
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       +-Giovanni dalle Bande Nere (1498-1526)
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         +-Cosimo I de Medici (1519-1574), Grand duke of Tuscany
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           +-Francesco I de Medici (1541-1587), Grand duke of Tuscany
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           | +-Eleanora de Medici (1567-1611)
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           | +-Maria de Medici (1573-1642), wife of Henry IV of France
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           | +-Antonio de Medici (1576-1621)
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           +-Isabella de Medici (1542-1576)
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           +-Giovanno de Medici (1543-1562), bishop of Pisa and cardinal
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           +-Lucretia de Medici (1545-1562), wife of Alfonso II d'Este, Duke of Ferrana[?] and Modena
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           +-Ferdinando I de Medici (1549-1609), Grand duke of Tuscany
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           | +-Cosimo II de Medici (1590-1621), Grand duke of Tuscany
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           | | +-Ferdinando II de Medici (1610-1670), Grand duke of Tuscany
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           | | | +-Cosimo III de Medici (1642-1723), Grand duke of Tuscany
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           | | |   +-Ferdinando III de Medici (1663-1713)
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           | | |   +-Anna Maria Luisa de Medici (1667-1743)
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           | | |   +-Gian Gastone de Medici (1671-1737), Grand duke of Tuscany
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           | | +-Giovanno Carlo de Medici (1611-1663), Bishop of Sabina[?]
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           | | +-Margherita de Medici (1617-1675), wife of Odoardo I Farnese, count of Parma
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           | | +-Anna de Medici (1616-1676), wife of archduke Ferdinand Karl of Austria[?]
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           | | +-Leopoldo de Medici (1617-1675), Cardinal
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           | +-Claudia de Medici (1604-1648), wife of archduke Leopold V of Austria[?]
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           +-Pietro de Medici (1554-1604)
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           +-Virginia de Medici (1568-1615), wife of Cesare d'Este, Duke of Modena



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