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Finally, the cluster of churches (cluster V I ) within the central city forms a very different ecclesiastical composition. This area is not dominated by a single large parish but, instead, is composed of 3 4 closely bunched parishes that lie roughly within the Roman walls, extending north from the A r n o to the Duomo and west from the Uffizi to the Porta R o s a . 52 In distinguishing these geographical clusters some of the ecological divisions were clear: the A r n o , the street patterns of the area within the Roman walls, and the distance separating the settled area around S.
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N i c c o l o R o d o l i c o , La Democrazia 1905), p . 2 2 9 ; a n d G . Bonolis, (Florence, 1901). 1 2 . See pages 125-126. Fiorentina La Giuridizione nel suo tramonto della Mercanzia (i378-1382) in Firenze nel (Bologna, secolo XIV 2 . The 49 Patriciate identified b y a major guild profession must have been active businessmen and manufacturers; they were not, however, the merchant princes of the Florentine economy or even those w h o partook regularly in international commerce. In fact, w e do not find individuals identified as merchants of the Calimala or cambiatori ('bankers') in the Notarile.