Copertina di Wars in Lombardy
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Wars in Lombardy

Betascript Publishing (10.12.2010 )

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The wars in Lombardy were a series of conflicts fought in central-northern Italy between the Republic of Venice and the Duchy of Milan, and their different allies. They lasted from 1425 until the signing of the Treaty of Lodi in 1454. During their course, the political structure of Italy was transformed: out of a competitive congeries of communes and city-states, emerged the five major Italian territorial powers that would make up the map of Italy until the Italian Wars. Important cultural centers of Tuscany and Northern Italy—Siena, Pisa, Urbino, Mantua, Ferrara—became politically marginalized. The wars, fought in four campaigns, were a struggle for hegemony in Northern Italy that ravaged the economy of Lombardy and weakened the power of Venice, whose leaders failed to heed the words of warning in doge Tommaso Mocenigo's famous farewell letter (1423): "Beware of the desire to take what belongs to others, and of making unjust war, for God will destroy you."
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Betascript Publishing
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Lambert M. Surhone, Mariam T. Tennoe, Susan F. Henssonow
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34,00 €
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Treaty of Lodi, Republic of Venice, Duchy of Milan, Italian Wars, House of Visconti, Francesco Sforza, Francesco I Sforza

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