lunedì, Aprile 15, 2024

Note biografiche di Capitani di Guerra e di Condottieri di ventura operanti in Italia tra il 1330 e il 1550.

Consulta l’Indice anagrafico dei condottieri di ventura

Indice delle Signorie dei Condottieri: A – B – C – D – E – F – G – I – J – L – M – N – O – P – Q – R – S – T – U – V – Z

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Italian Condottieri

Gian Giacomo Dei Medici: Master of Discipline and Strategy in Mercenary Warfare

The life of Gian Giacomo Medici, a key military figure in Renaissance Italy, known for his leadership and tactical prowess in battle. Gian Giacomo de'...

Piero Strozzi: Marshal of France and Spirited Condottiere

The military career of Piero Strozzi, a key figure in Renaissance Florence known for his tactical expertise and leadership. Piero Strozzi, from Florence. Lord of...

Michelotto Coreglia: The Infamous Executor of Cesare Borgia’s Dark Deeds

The Life and Times of Michelotto Coreglia: Cesare Borgia's Shadow Michelotto Coreglia/Micheletto Coreglia/Miguel de Corella (Miguel Rabadas) was Spanish, from Valencia. Born: 1508 (January) Year, monthState, Comp....

Silvestro di Budes: A Tale of Valor and Violence in Medieval Europe

The contrasting views on Silvestro di Budes, celebrated for chivalric valor by French sources and accused of brutal massacres by Italian narratives. Silvestro di Budes/Sylvestre...

The Story of Francesco Ordelaffi, a Ruthless Ruler

Untamed ambition meets cunning strategy: the life of Francesco Ordelaffi, the Ghibelline ruler who defied the Church and carved his own destiny. Francesco Ordelaffi of...

Uguccione della Faggiuola: Between Feudal Power and Ghibelline Allegiance

Diplomacy and Conflict in the Heart of the Middle Ages Uguccione della Faggiuola hailed from Montecerignone (Casteldelci) or Faggiuola near Carpegna or Verghereto. A Ghibelline...

Constantine Arianiti’s Quest for Power and Survival

A Life of Contrasts: Costantine Arianiti’s Path Through Diplomacy and Disdain. Costantino Arianiti (Kostandin Komneni Arianiti, Costantino Cominato, Costantino Comneno), from Durazzo. Duke of Achaia,...

Vanissa da Poliza: The Bosnian Warrior’s Journey Through Mercenary Wars

A Journey Through the Battles and Intrigues of a Bosnian Mercenary Giovanni da Poliza (Giovanni Nenadich), a Bosniak. Voivode of Poglizza. Death: 1512 (January) Year, monthState, Comp....

The Military Exploits of Mercurio Bua

Mercurio Bua's Triumphs and Challenges on the Battlefield Mercurio Bua (Maurikos Bua Spata in Greek, Mercurio Bua in Albanian). From Naples of Romania (Nauplia), Count...

The Multifaceted Leadership of Pandolfo III Malatesta

The life and legacy of Pandolfo III, a Renaissance ruler known for his military prowess, cultural patronage, and transformative leadership. Lord of Brescia, Coccaglio, Cologne,...

The Stark Fate of Ottobono Terzi, Medieval Italy’s Bold Tactician

The Gruesome Fate of Ottobono Terzi and Its Impact on Italian Cities. Count of Tizzano, Count of Reggio Emilia, Marquis of Borgo San Donnino. Lord...

Michael Gaismair: The Rebel Commander’s Quest Against Feudal Powers

From Venetian Ally to Habsburg Foe: Gaismair's Turbulent Life. Michael Gaismair (1490-1532) was a Tyrolean peasant leader and revolutionary during the German Peasants' War. As...

Georg von Frundsberg: The Mastermind Behind Landsknecht Tactics

Frundsberg's Role in the Italian Wars Georg von Frundsberg was a notable German military leader and Landsknecht commander in the Holy Roman Empire's service. Born...

Pietro Brunoro: The Condottiere’s Untold Story

The remarkable life and deeds of Pietro Brunoro and his wife Bona Lombarda. Pietro Brunoro (Pietro Brunoro di San Vitale) of Parma. From the counts...

Luigi da Porto: The Renaissance Soldier Who Inspired Romeo & Juliet

Renaissance Valor and Literary Legacy. Luigi da Porto was an Italian writer, condottiere, and historian, renowned for creating the story and characters of Romeo and...

Fabrizio Maramaldo: A Controversial Figure in Italian History

From Battlefield Triumphs to Renaissance Intrigue. Fabrizio Maramaldo was an Italian condottiero, a mercenary soldier originally from the Kingdom of Naples, made notorious for the...

Ramon De Cardona: Condottiero of Valor and Diplomacy

The Life, Triumphs, and Challenges of Ramon De Cardona. RAIMONDO DI CARDONA (RAMON DE CARDONA) of Tarascona. Marquis of Incisa, Viscount of Tarascona. Death: 1338 Year,...

Diego della Ratta: The Spanish Noble Who Became a Condottiero in Italy

How Diego della Ratta rose from a scudiero to a count and a military leader in the turbulent 14th century Italy. Diego della Ratta, also...

Strategy and Sword: The Remarkable Life of Giovanni degli Ubaldini

The Battles and Triumphs of Giovanni degli Ubaldini. Giovanni degli Ubaldini, a prominent 14th-century condottiere, fought across Italy, notably against Florence and alongside figures like...

Jacopo dal Verme: Valor and Virtue in Medieval Italy

Jacopo Dal Verme: Military Visionary and Enigmatic Condottiero. Jacopo Dal Verme, son of Luchino Dal Verme and Jacopa de' Malvicini, was a renowned condottiere of...
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