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Many extol Lorenzo de’ Medici as the consummate Renaissance man and condemn Girolamo Savonarola as a freakish throwback to the worst of the Middle Ages. Yet the two Florentines were contemporaries – and enemies. And despite our love affair with Lorenzo, a good case can be made that Savonarola had a greater impact on art, politics, and history in the Renaissance.