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Hunting, Magnificence and the Court of Leo X

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Leo X's reputation as a hunt-loving pope is well-deserved, but his devotion to hunting is not evidence of neglect of his papal role and duties. On the contrary, his lavish hunts contributed to a “strategy of magnificence,” and effective papal statecraft.
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Keywords: Hunting; Italy; Leo X, Pope; Political Leadership

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 1993-09-01

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