domenica, Giugno 16, 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

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...

Federico da Montefeltro: A Mercenary Captain’s Journey to Ducal Power

Born: 1422 (June)Death: 1482 (September) Federico III da Montefeltro, widely known as Federico da Montefeltro, was a preeminent mercenary captain or "condottiero" during the Italian Renaissance,...

The Life and Legacy of Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta

Legacy and Historical Impact: Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta's Military Campaigns. Born: 1417 (June)Death: 1468 (October) Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta (1417-1468) was an influential Italian condottiero and nobleman from...

Francesco Sforza: The Power and Prestige of a Renaissance Duke

The Birth of a Dynasty: Sforza's Ascension to Power. "FRANCESCO SFORZA (Francesco da Cotignola) Of San Miniato. Francesco Sforza (1401-1466) was a leading Italian condottiero and...

Giovanni Acuto: John Hawkwood’s Influence on Italian Military History

The Life and Myths of Giovanni Acuto: The Cunning English Mercenary in Italy’s History. John Hawkwood, also known as Giovanni AcutoBorn: 1323Death: 1394 Born around 1323...

Castruccio Castracani: The Life & Legacy of a Medieval Condottiere

CASTRUCCIO CASTRACANI (Castruccio degli Inteminelli, Castruccio degli Antelminelli) Of Lucca. Guelph family. Castruccio Castracani (1281-1328) was a prominent condottiere and ruler of Lucca in the...
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