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Question 1: A notable contribution to the profession of ________ was the improvement of the general ledger system through the development of the double entry system of tracking credits and debits.
AccountancyBalance sheetProto-ElamiteSarbanes–Oxley Act

Question 2: Formerly, any business that the Medici needed to transact in Pisa (such as Cosimo forwarding ________ money to buy marble) had been done through them.
Florence CathedralFlorence BaptisteryFlorenceDonatello

Question 3: Giovanni's choice proved to be prescient, especially since what Florence was lacking was a good port on the ________ - which it would obtain in 1406 with the conquest of Pisa and its Porto Pisano.
Indian OceanPacific OceanMediterranean SeaAtlantic Ocean

Question 4: The cloth manufacturers similarly produced very high-quality pieces and sold a good deal of their output to Milan and the ________.
Caterina SforzaMuzio SforzaHouse of SforzaLudovico Sforza

Question 5: de Roover, Raymond Adrien (1966), The rise and decline of the Medici Bank: 1397-1494, ________; Toronto: W. W. Norton & Company, Inc.; George J.
New York CityNew York metropolitan areaManhattanBrooklyn

Question 6: in Valencia, by Nicolaio d'Ameleto and Antonio Bonafe in ________, by Filippo and Federigo Centurioni in Genoa, by Gherardo Bueri[67] - a close relative of Cosimo - in Lübeck, and so forth.

Question 7: The Medici Bank (1397–1494) was the largest and most respected bank in ________ during the 15th century.
Western EuropeEastern EuropeBalkansEurope

Question 8: [1] There are some estimates that the ________ was for a period of time the wealthiest family in Europe.
House of HabsburgHouse of BourbonHouse of MediciHouse of Bonaparte

Question 9: By this point, the Rome branch had established some sort of branch in Naples (closed in 1425 and replaced with one in Geneva[9] and ________.

Question 10: With this monetary wealth, the family acquired political power initially in ________, and later in the wider spheres of Italy and Europe.


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