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  1. Map prepared for Alfonso II of Naples. It was one of a number of maps to accompany Jacopo d'Angelo's Latin translation of Ptolemy's Geography, copied by French copyist Hugo Comminelli and illustrated by the Florentine cartographer Pietro del Massaio. It is considered a "realistic" map, but includes a number of imaginary historical elements.

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    Map prepared for Alfonso II of Naples. It was one of a number of maps to accompany Jacopo d'Angelo's Latin translation of Ptolemy's Geography, copied by French copyist Hugo Comminelli and illustrated by the Florentine cartographer Pietro del Massaio. It is considered a "realistic" map, but includes a number of imaginary historical elements.

  3. Battle of Fornovo | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Thus he assumed he would have their support when he moved against Alfonso II of Naples, especially as the rival claimant was Ferdinand II of Aragon, King of Spain. At the end of August 1494 Charles VIII led a powerful French army with a large contingent of Swiss mercenaries and the first train of artillery seen in history into Italy.

  4. Antonio Paoli - Wikipedia

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    6. Decorated with the Cross of Alfonso II by the King of Spain Alfonso XIII (1909) 7. Declared Honor Singer of the Vatican by Pope Pius X (1909) 8. Honored with the title Favorite Son of Spain by the Spanish Crown (1910) 9. Named Singer of the Royal Court by the Kaiser William II of Germany(1911) 10.

  5. A New Map for War Thunder:Naples,Italy. - Page 3 - Passed for ...

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    His son Alfonso II is preparing to stop Charles VIII who soon falls on Italy. therefore, he abdicated in favor of his son Ferdinand II (or Ferdinand II). Charles VIII falls triumphantly along the Peninsula and Ferrante II, Naples fall into French hands he takes refuge in Ischia, bringing with it the old Queen Isabella, his daughter Joan (later ...

  6. Squillace Family Trees, Crests, Genealogy, DNA, More

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    Maps and Gazetteers . ... Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia... , daughter of Alfonso II of Naples, obtaining as her dowry both the Principality of Squillace ...

  7. House of Trastamar: Catherine of Aragon, Lucrezia Borgia ...

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    Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 64. Chapters: Catherine of Aragon, Lucrezia Borgia, Joanna of Castile, Alfonso V of Aragon, John II of Aragon, John II of Castile, John I of Castile, Ferdinand I of Naples, Henry III of Castile, Ferdinand II of Naples, Henry II of Castile, Isabella I of Castile ...

  8. battle of fornovo : definition of battle of fornovo and ...

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    Thus he assumed he would have their support when he moved against Alfonso II of Naples, especially as the rival claimant was Ferdinand II of Aragon, King of Spain. At the end of August 1494 Charles VIII led a powerful French army with a large contingent of Swiss mercenaries and the first train of artillery seen in history into Italy.

  9. Art Object Page - National Gallery of Art

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    Provenance. Said to have been found 1877-1878 in Naples;[1] Alessandro Castellani [1823-1883], Rome; (his estate sale, at his palace by H. Hoffmann and Charles Mannheim, Rome, 17 March - 10 April 1884, 12th day [29 March 1884], no. 540); Corvisieri; (Ciampolini, Florence); sold by 1902 to (Stefano Bardini [1836-1922], Florence); sold 1909 to (Jacques Seligmann, Paris);[2] sold October 1909 to ...

  10. Morbid Anatomy: Dried Cadavers on Display in a "Terrible ...

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    Aug 12, 2012 · In an interesting 15th century precursor to spectacular displays of human bodies such as Gunther von Hagen's Body Worlds: Ferdinand I [of Naples (1423 – 1494)], Alfonso II's long-reigning father, had filled an exhibition hall of Castel Nuovo with the mummified remains of his enemies.

  11. Barcelona - Wikipedia

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    Barcelona (/ ˌ b ɑːr s ə ˈ l oʊ n ə / BAR-sə-LOH-nə, Catalan: [bəɾsəˈlonə], Spanish: [baɾθeˈlona]) is a city on the coast of northeastern Spain.It is the capital and largest city of the autonomous community of Catalonia, as well as the second most populous municipality of Spain.

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