Giacomo Feo (c. 1471 – 27 August 1495), was the second husband of Caterina Sforza, Countess of Forlì. He was born and died in Forlì.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giacomo_Feo
Giacomo Feo (c. 1471 – 27 August 1495), was the second husband of Caterina Sforza, Countess of Forlì. He was born and died in Forlì.
Giacomo Feo. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Giacomo Feo (c. 1471 – 27 August 1495), was the second husband of Caterina Sforza, Countess of Forl ...
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Giacomo Feo Feo was born in 1471, to NN Feo Feo. Giacomo had one brother: Tommaso Feo Feo . Giacomo married Catherina "de Tijger van Forli" (Caterina) Sforza Gravin van Forlì en Imola (Regent) Riario - Feo - de'Medici (born Sforza (Sforca) van Forli van Milaan) in 1490, at age 19.
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giacomo feo laid rest in church of san girolamo in forlì. his portrait prominently featured in fresco painted marco palmezzano, miracle of saint james elder, in feo chapel, church of san biagio, forlì. fresco destroyed during second world war.
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Giacomo fu nominato castellano della rocca di Ravaldino al posto del fratello, e fu insignito con un ordine cavalleresco da Ludovico il Moro. Da questo matrimonio nacque un figlio: Bernardino, in seguito chiamato Carlo, in onore del re Carlo VIII, che aveva concesso a Giacomo il titolo di barone di Francia.
Giacomo Feo, Ottaviano e Cesare Riario, e un drappello di soldati e scudieri. Dopo la tragica morte del primo marito Girolamo Riario, il giovane e aitante stalliere Giacomo Feo, fratello del castellano di Forlì, era diventato amante della vedova Caterina. Tra il 1489 e il 1490 la