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derived from A Florentine Diary
which is also a subset of Executions (Landucci)
|1465-04-10||Beheadings (Landucci)||1 person||Florence||A daughter of Zanobi Gherucci was beheaded for having killed, and then thrown into a well, the little girl of Bernardo della Zecca, a goldsmith, for the sake of stealing a pearl necklace and certain silver ornaments that the child wore round her neck.|
|1473-07-05||Beheadings (Landucci)||1 person||Florence||A lazzerino of the Mangango was condemned to death, and was beheaded.||
|1476-04-26||Beheadings (Landucci)||1 person||Piazza della Signoria||A priest of the bishop's was killed there, his body being quartered and the head cut off, and then the head was stuck on the top of a lance, and carried about Florence the whole day, and one quarter of his body was carried on a spit all through the city, with the cry of: "Death to the traitors!"||