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  1. Muzio Attendolo Sforza - Wikipedia

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    Muzio Attendolo Sforza (28 May 1369 – 4 January 1424), was an Italian condottiero. Founder of the Sforza dynasty, he led a Bolognese-Florentine army at the Battle of Casalecchio. He was the father of Francesco Sforza, who ruled Milan for 16 years.

    • Biography

      He was born as Giacomo or Jacopo Attendolo in Cotignola to a...

    • Family

      Sforza had sixteen known children born from three marriages...

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      The Italian Regia Marina launched a cruiser called Muzio...

  2. House of Sforza - Wikipedia

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    Muzio's third son, Bosio (1411–1476), founded the branch of Santa Fiora, who held the title of count of Cotignola; the Sforza ruled the small county of Santa Fiora in southern Tuscany until 1624. Members of this family also held important ecclesiastical and political positions in the Papal States, and moved to Rome in 1674, taking the name of ...

    • 1411
    • Milan: Francesco II (1535), Pesaro: Galeazzo Sforza (1512)
  3. Muzio - Wikipedia

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    Muzio Sforza (1369-1424), Italian nobleman and condottiero, father of Francesco I Sforza, Duke of Milan Notable people with the surname include: Christine Muzio (born 1951), French fencer

  4. Italian cruiser Muzio Attendolo - Wikipedia

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    Muzio Attendolo was part of the Raimondo Montecuccoli sub-class, which were the third group of Condottieri-class light cruisers. They were larger and better protected than their predecessors. She was built by CRDA Trieste and named after Muzio Attendolo, a 14th-century ruler of Milan and founder of the Sforza dynasty. Career [ edit ]

    • 2 aircraft
    • 9 September 1934
    • 7 August 1935
    • 182.2 m (597 ft 9.2 in)
  5. Alessandro Sforza - Wikipedia

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    Alessandro Sforza (21 October 1409 – 3 April 1473) was an Italian condottiero and lord of Pesaro, the first of the Pesaro line of the Sforza family. Biography [ edit ] He was born in Cotignola in 1409, an illegitimate son of the famous condottiero Muzio Attendolo Sforza.

  6. Muzio Attendolo Sforza – Wikipedia

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    Leben. Muzio Attendolo wurde der Anführer der Bande von Abenteurern, die ihn zuvor entführt hatte. Er nahm den Namen Sforza an, was Bezwinger bedeutet, kämpfte für Perugia, Mailand und Florenz, diente in Neapel unter Königin Johanna II., kämpfte gegen die Spanier, diente Papst Martin V., der ihn zum römischen Grafen erhob.

  7. Muzio Attendolo Sforza - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Muzio Attendolo Sforza (n.28 de mayo de 1369 - f. 4 de enero de 1424), fue un condotiero italiano, fundador de la dinastía Sforza

  8. Sforza - Wikipedia

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    De macht van de familie werd gevestigd door Muzio Attendolo, die Sforza ("Sterk") werd genoemd. Hij was een condottiere uit Romagna die de koningen van Napels diende. Zijn zoon Francesco Sforza heerste over Milaan, nadat hij in 1447 de titel Hertog van Milaan verwierf toen de familie Visconti geen erfgenaam meer had voortgebracht.

  9. Muzio Attendolo Sforza – Wikipedia, wolna encyklopedia

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    Muzio Attendolo (ur.28 maja 1369, w Cotignola, zm. 4 stycznia 1424) – włoski kondotier i założyciel dynastii Sforzów, gonfaloniere papieski.. Przydomek Sforza nadany został mu z uwagi na jego niezwykłą odwagę i postrach jaki wzbudzał w innych.

  10. Sforza - Wikipedia

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    Il secondogenito di Muzio Attendolo, Alessandro Sforza di Pesaro (1409-1473), fu il capostipite del ramo di Pesaro, città della quale tenne la Signoria dal 1445 al 1500. Giovanni Sforza appartenne a questo ramo, fu il primo marito di Lucrezia Borgia ed in seguito venne spodestato del suo titolo dall'ex-cognato Cesare Borgia .