1633 – Born on October 20 at Florence, son of Marco Magliabechi, burgher, and Ginevra Baldorietta.
1673 – He became librarian to Grand Duke Cosimo III of Tuscany.
– He became the central figure of literary life in Florence.
1714 – Died at the age of 81, at the monastery of Sta. Maria Novella.
– He left his books (30,000 volumes) to the Grand Duke to be used as a public library; his fortune went to the poor.