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  1. Ottaviano Riario (September 1479 – 1523) was an Italian condottiero and Lord of Imola and Forlì.Despite his nominal leadership, the real power lay with his mother Caterina Sforza

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    Ottaviano Riario (September 1479 – 1523) was an Italian condottiero and Lord of Imola and Forlì.Despite his nominal leadership, the real power lay with his mother Caterina Sforza

  3. Ottaviano Riario - Assassin's Creed Wiki

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    Ottaviano Riario (1479 - 1533) was an Italian condottiero, a Lord of Imola and Forlì, and the son of Girolamo Riario and Caterina Sforza.. Biography. In 1488, when the city of Forlì was attacked by the Orsi brothers, Checco and Ludovico, the same pair which his mother had hired to kill his father, Ottaviano was taken prisoner by the two along with his sister, Bianca.

  4. Ottaviano Riario | Historica Wiki | Fandom

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    Ottaviano Riario (September 1479 – 1533) was a condotierro who was Lord of Imola and Forli, succeeding Girolamo Riario in 1488. He was also the Archbishop of Viterbo from 1506. Biography . Ottaviano Riario was the eldest son of Girolamo Riario and Caterina Sforza, the Count and Countess of Forli and the rulers of Romagna.

  5. Ottaviano Riario (1479 - 1533) - Genealogy

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    Genealogy profile for Ottaviano Riario, signore di Imola Ottaviano Riario (1479 - 1533) - Genealogy Genealogy for Ottaviano Riario (1479 - 1533) family tree on Geni, with over 200 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

    • Caterina Sforza, Girolamo Riario
  6. Ottaviano Riario, Count of Imola and Forli – kleio.org

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    Die Sforza II: Caterina Sforza – Tochter einer Krieger-Dynastie. 344 Seiten, mit 148 Bildern und Stammtafeln, Books on Demand GmbH, ISBN 978-3-8370-2395-4, € 22,90

  7. Ottaviano Riario | assassinbrotherhood

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    Jun 05, 2011 · When Caterina was ousted by Cesare and entered her exile in Florence, under her guidance Ottaviano attempted to convince the new pope, Julius II, to give him back the lordship of Imola and Forli, but instead Ottaviano ended up selling the Riario claim to Julius, for an I.O.U. no less.

  8. Ottaviano Riario - Wikipedia

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    Ottaviano Riario, in Dizionario biografico degli italiani, Istituto dell'Enciclopedia Italiana. Condottieri di ventura. Ottaviano Riario., su condottieridiventura.it. URL consultato il 7 febbraio 2014 (archiviato dall'url originale il 23 settembre 2015).

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    Eventually he was murdered by the rival House of Orsi in 1488, and his wife Caterina became regent for his son Ottaviano Riario (1479–1523). However, the death of Pope Sixtus IV in 1484 weakened the House of Riario.

  10. Riario Name Meaning & Riario Family History at Ancestry.com®

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    Riario Family History. 14-Day Free Trial. GET STARTED. Riario Name Meaning. ... Ottaviano Riario 1479 - 1523. Cesare Riario 1480 - 1540. Paolo Riario 1420 - Unknown ...

  11. Girolamo Riario - Wikipedia

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    Girolamo Riario is the second figure from the left. Born in Savona , Riario was the son of Paolo Riario and Bianca della Rovere. He was a nephew of Pope Sixtus IV , who in 1473 granted him the seignory of Imola , as a dowry for his marriage with Caterina Sforza (daughter of Galeazzo Maria Sforza , Duke of Milan ).

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