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  1. Caterina Sforza - Wikipedia

    Caterina Sforza (1463 – 28 May 1509) was an Italian noblewoman, the Countess of Forlì and Lady of Imola, firstly with her husband Girolamo Riario, and after his death as a regent of her son Ottaviano.

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      Caterina Sforza was born in Milan in early 1463, the...

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      From her first marriage with Girolamo Riario, Caterina had...

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      In her book The Warrior Queens: Boadicea's Chariot, British...

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      Caterina is one of the few women discussed by Machiavelli at...

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  3. Caterina Sforza | Assassin's Creed Wiki | Fandom
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    Early life

    Caterina was born in Milan, as the daughter of Galeazzo Maria Sforza and Lucrezia Landriani. Raised in the Milanese court, she received a classical education and was trained in the art of war by her father. At this time, she also acquired a passion for alchemy and hunting. In 1473, at the age of 10, she was betrothed to Girolamo Riario, the nephew of Pope Sixtus IV. Four years later, they consummated the marriage, and Caterina gave birth to her first child, Bianca Riario, nine months later. I...

    Meeting Ezio Auditore

    Close to the departure of Leonardo da Vinci from Forlì, Caterina was also in the town, and had been trapped on a small rock in the middle of a lake. Luckily for her, Ezio Auditore heard her screaming for help, and came to her aid with a gondola, delivering her safely back to land. For this assistance, Caterina thanked Ezio by telling the captain of the Venetianship to grant Ezio passage to Venice. While sailing away from Forlì, Ezio stated that Caterina was his "next conquest", before being r...

    Battle of Forlì

    In 1484, Pope Sixtus died. Looters sacked Rome, and Caterina's residence was destroyed. Despite being seven months pregnant, she rode to the Castel Sant'Angelo and defended the Vatican with cannon fire and soldiers. Later that year, Caterina moved with her family to Forlì. In 1488, Girolamo was murdered, leaving Caterina as the ruler of Imola and Forlì. Not long after, she won the favor of nearby rulers, revised the tax system and began training the militia herself. Caterina was then contacte...

    Caterina Sforza was a strong and fierce woman, ready to take on any threat she encountered. She was capable of leading an army into battle, and was both bold and a skilled strategist. Her aggressive attitude, especially her colorful vocabulary, gained her both the respect and the fear of the men she commanded. Caterina was extremely ruthless in her suppression of revolts, which Ezio himself said far surpassed that of Lorenzo de' Medici's retaliation against the Pazzi conspiracy.She dealt an equally ruthless and oftentimes cruel hand to her enemies, and was said to have murdered their entire families (even innocent people, including newborn children) in retaliation. She was also not above exploiting and manipulating others to further her own cause, having infatuated various men (particularly Ezio Auditore) in order to procure political and military alliances. Although Caterina was respected and feared by her men, she eventually alienated the sympathies of the people of Forli, and the...

  4. Caterina Sforza | Military Wiki | Fandom

    Caterina Sforza, Countess of Forlì (early 1463 – 28 May 1509) was an Italian noblewoman, the illegitimate daughter of Galeazzo Maria Sforza, Duke of Milan and Lucrezia Landriani, the wife of the courtier Gian Piero Landriani, a close friend of the Duke.

    • Early 1463 Milan, Italy
    • 28 May 1509 (aged 46) Florence, Italy
  5. Caterina Sforza | Historica Wiki | Fandom

    Caterina Sforza (1463-28 May 1509) was the Countess of Forli and Lady of Imola firstly with her husband Girolamo Riario, and after his death as a regent of her son Ottaviano Riario. She was an illegitimate daughter of the Duke of Milan, Ludovico Maria Sforza, and she was raised at the Milanese court.

  6. Caterina Sforza | Trinity Blood Wiki | Fandom

    Caterina Sforza Cardinal Caterina Sforza, Duchess of Milan, is the leader and founder of the Arcanum Cella Ex Dono Dei of the Vatican and the half-sister of Pope Alessandro XVIII and to Cardinal Francesco di Medici.

  7. Caterina Sforza | The Adepts Wiki | Fandom

    Caterina Sforza was an Italian noblewoman born into a tumultuous time of political intrigue, rebellion and assassinations. Despite this, Caterina, through a combination of wit and determination, rose above her time to become a powerful woman of great learning and wealthy standing. Most people who know Caterina Sforza are aware of her membership in the Order of Kings. However, Caterina was also ...

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  8. House of Sforza - Wikipedia

    Thomas Harris's character Hannibal Lecter is a descendant of the House of Sforza. In the book, anime, and manga series Trinity Blood, the Duchess of Milan, who is also one of the Cardinals, is named Caterina Sforza. Caterina Sforza appears as a non-playable character in the video game Assassin's Creed 2 and its sequel, Assassin's Creed ...

    • 1411
    • Milan: Francesco II (1535), Pesaro: Galeazzo Sforza (1512)
  9. Caterina Sforza Biography - Facts, Childhood, Family Life ...

    Caterina Sforza was the Countess of Forlì and the Lady of Imola. Sforza governed Imola firstly with her husband Girolamo Riario, and following his death as a regent of her minor son, Ottaviano Riario. She was known to be a fierce woman who did not limit herself to live within the royal walls and seek a comfortable lifestyle.

  10. Caterina Sforza – Wikipedia

    Caterina Sforza, född i början av 1463 Milano, död 28 maj 1509, var en italiensk adelsdam, regent i Imola och Forlì. Hon var utomäktenskaplig dotter till hertig Galeazzo Maria Sforza av Milano och Lucrezia Landriani och gift med Girolamo Riario, herre av Imola och greve av Forlì.

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