What other thematic and formal links does McHam suggest can be made between Donatello’s sculptural group to the other aspects of the decoration of the Medici garden and courtyard?

How do the sculptures in the Medici Palace repeat features of the Athenian sculptures discussed in McHam’s article? (p. 38)

What was the aim and function of John of Salisbury’s Policraticus? Who drew extensively on its theories and what further stimulated its interest? What additional reasons does McHam suggest account for its enduring popularity in Italy? (pp. 38-40)

According to McHam, how does Donatello’s Judith correspond to John of Salisbury’s discussions of the state and tyrannicide? How does the topicality of John’s treatise help to explain its commission? (pp. 40-41)

What historical factors in Florence does the author suggest precipitated the outrageous suggestion that Donatello’s sculptural program in the Medici Palace were calculated to advertise that the Medicis were protectors of liberty? (p. 41)

What other thematic and formal links does McHam suggest can be made between Donatello’s sculptural group to the other aspects of the decoration of the Medici garden and courtyard? (pp. 41-42)