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

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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 Trivulzio: Mastermind of Italian Warfare

Strategies and Conquests: The Military Legacy of Trivulzio. Gian Giacomo Trivulzio (1440/41-1518) was an influential Italian condottiero and aristocrat. Notable for his roles in the...

Giovanni delle Bande Nere: The Life of a Renaissance Condottiero

Ludovico de' Medici's Journey from Forlì to the Battlefields. Ludovico de' Medici, known as Giovanni delle Bande Nere, was a prominent Italian condottiero born on...

Pedro Navarro: The Renaissance Strategist Who Revolutionized Warfare

Pedro Navarro (c. 1460 - c. September 1528) was a multifaceted figure from Navarre known for his roles as a condottiero, nobleman, and military...

The Military Chronicles of Fra Moriale: A Provençal Condottiero’s Legacy

The Intriguing Life of a Provençal Soldier. Montréal de Albarno, also known as Fra Moriale, born Jean Montréal du Bar in Le Bar-sur-Loup, Provence, was...

Francesco Bussone da Carmagnola: A Renaissance Military Mastermind

The Life and Battles of Francesco Bussone da Carmagnola. Francesco Bussone, a peasant from Carmagnola, began his military career at twelve with Facino Cane, later...

Facino Cane: A Condottiero’s Reign of Fear in Medieval Italy

The Strategic Brilliance and Brutality of Facino Cane. Facino Cane was a noble-born condottiero from Casale Monferrato who rose to prominence in Italy's military circles...

Werner Von Urslingen: A Swabian Condottiero in Italy

The Legacy of Werner von Urslingen: Founder of the German "Great Company". Werner von Urslingen (Italian: Guarnieri d'Urslingen, Duca Guarnieri) (born around 1308, died 1353),...

Otto der Tarentiner/Ottone di Brunswick: A Portrait of Courage and Courtesy in the Age of Condottieri

The Intriguing Life of Otto (Tarent): From German Nobility to Italian Condottiere. Otto was the eldest son of Henry II of Brunswick-Grubenhagen (Heinrich II. von...

Hanneken Von Baumgarten: A Legacy Carved in Battle

Anichino Di Baumgarten/Hanneken Von Baumgarten: Nobility and Battlefront Chronicles. Hanneken von Baumgarten, known as Hanneken oder Johannes von Bongard (in Italian Anichino di Bongardo or...

The Military Exploits of Konrad Von Landau

The Dual Legacy: Konrad Von Landau’s Noble and Military Ventures. Konrad von Landau, a German condottiero, was widely regarded by Italians of his era as...

The Rise of Condottiero Boldrino da Panicale

Boldrino's Quest for Vengeance: A Tale of Tragedy and Triumph. Boldrino da Panicale was a fierce condottiero, without mercy for his enemies, whose wandering life...

Alberico da Barbiano: Shaping Warfare in 14th Century Italy

Venetian Alliances and Rivalries. Alberico da Barbiano (c. 1344-1409) was the pioneering Italian condottiero, mentored by English mercenary John Hawkwood. Born into a noble Romagna...

Renzo da Ceri: Battles, Alliances, and the Sack of Rome

The Italian Wars and the Legacy of Lorenzo dell'Anguillara. Renzo di Ceri was one of the most prominent military leaders of his time, particularly skilled...

The Life & Battles of Bartolomeo d’Alviano

Bartolomeo d’Alviano, born around 1455, stands as one of the most esteemed condottieri of his time, dedicating his prowess and leadership to the defense...

Bartolomeo Colleoni: The Strategic Brilliance of a Renaissance Condottiero

Bartolomeo Colleoni's Influence on Renaissance Warfare Tactics. In the 15th century, Bartolomeo Colleoni (1395, Solza – 3 November 1475, Malpaga) emerged as a renowned Italian...

Master Strategist: Gattamelata’s Triumphs in the Art of War

Tactical Brilliance: Gattamelata's Military Campaigns. Erasmo Stefano of Narni, commonly referred to as Gattamelata or "Honeyed Cat," was a prominent Italian condottiero of the Renaissance...

A Life in Arms: Jacopo Piccinino

Strategies and Betrayals: The Complex Story of Jacopo Piccinino. Born in 1423 and passing away in July 1465, Jacopo Piccinino was a nobleman and condottiero...

The Sword and Strategy: Niccolò Piccinino’s Rise to Commanding Heights

Strategist and Fighter: Niccolò Piccinino's Pivotal Role in Shaping Italian History. Niccolò Piccinino (1386-1444) was an Italian condottiero. Born in Callisciana, he was nicknamed "Piccinino"...

Muzio Attendolo Sforza: The Rise of a Renaissance Condottiero

The Strategic Mind of Muzio Attendolo Sforza. MUZIO ATTENDOLO SFORZA (Giacomo Attendolo) of Cotignola. Count of Serracapriola, Baron of Torremaggiore. Muzio Attendolo Sforza, born on 28...

Braccio di Montone: A Condottiero’s Journey to Power

Braccio di Montone: A Strategist of the Medieval Era. Andrea Fortebraccio, widely known as Braccio da Montone, was an iconic Italian noble, mercenary leader, and...
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