Jacopo da Bologna
Jacopo da Bologna (fl. 13401360) was an Italian composer of the trecento, the period sometimes known as the Italian ars nova. He was one of the first compose...
Allegretto Nuzi
Allegretto Nuzi or Allegretto di Nuzio (1315–1373) was an Italian painter, active in a Gothic style mainly around Fabriano, in the Province of Ancona.
Nuzi was probably trained in Fabriano by loca...
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Aaron the Bookseller
Aaron the Bookseller was an Italian dealer in Hebrew and other ancient manuscripts, who flourished at the beginning of the fourteenth century. He spent seven years in Toledo, searching successfully fo...
Giovanni da Casale
Giovanni da Casale (also known as Johannes de Casali, Joannes de Casale Monferrato, John da Casale, etc.; c.1320 – after 1374) was an Italian Franciscan scholar, author of works on theology and scienc...
Boccaccio '70
Boccaccio '70 is a 1962 Italian anthology film directed by Mario Monicelli, Federico Fellini, Luchino Visconti and Vittorio De Sica, from an idea by Cesare Zavattini. It is an anthology of four episo...
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Guecellone VII da Camino
Guecellone VII da Camino (c. 1275 – 1324) was an Italian nobleman and lord of Treviso.
The second son of Gherardo III da Camino, he was initially destined to the ecclesiastical career. After the a...
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Reginaldo degli Scrovegni
Reginaldo degli Scrovegni was a Paduan nobleman of the Guelph faction who lived in the early 14th century around the time of Giotto and Dante. He is best known for being a wicked usurer, and by associ...
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Niccolò Fortebraccio
Niccolò Fortebraccio (1375–1435), also known as Niccolò della Stella, was an Italian condottiero.Born in Sant'Angelo in Vado, he was the son of Stella, sister of Braccio da Montone. His half-brother O...
Mercuriade
Mercuriade was an Italian physician, surgeon and medical author in the 14th century. She is one of the few woman physicians known from the Middle Ages.Mercuriade was a student of the University of Sal...
Ormanno Tedici
Ormanno Tedici was an abbot and Italian politician. He was the Lord of Pistoia between 1322 and 1324.
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Scarpetta Ordelaffi
Scarpetta Ordelaffi (died c. 1315) was an Italian condottiero and lord of Forlì (though with intervals) from 1295 until 1315.According to chronicler Dino Compagni, in 1302 he was papal vicar in Forlì....
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Bernardino da Polenta
Bernardino da Polenta (died April 22, 1313) was lord of Cervia from 1297 until his death. He was the son of Guido I da Polenta.In 1302–1305, he waged war to Cesena for the possession of Cesenatico, an...
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Stefano Visconti
Stefano Visconti (c.1287-4 July 1327) was a member of the House of Visconti that ruled Milan from the 14th to the 15th century. He was the son of Matteo I Visconti.In 1318 he married Valentina Doria, ...
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Giovanni Mazzuoli
Giovanni Mazzuoli (also Giovanni degli Organi) (ca. 1360 – 14 May 1426) was an Italian composer and organist of the late medieval and early Renaissance eras.Mazzuoli was born in Florence and probably ...
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Luchino Visconti (died 1349)
Luchino Visconti (also spelled Lucchino, 1287 or 1292 – January 24, 1349) was lord of Milan from 1339 to 1349. He was also a condottiero, and lord of Pavia.
Ruler of Pavia from 1315, five years la...
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Marcus of Viterbo
Marcus of Viterbo (1304–1369) was an Italian Franciscan. He became Minister General of his order in 1359, a papal legate, and in 1366 a Cardinal.He died of plague. A monument to him is in the Chiesa d...
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Rebecca de Guarna
Rebecca de Guarna was an Italian physician and surgeon and author in the 14th century. She is one of the few woman physicians known from the Middle Ages.Rebecca de Guarna was a member of the same Sale...
Riccardo Caracciolo
Riccardo Caracciolo (died 18 May 1395) was an Italian nobleman from the Kingdom of Naples, who was a rival Grand Master of the Knights Hospitaller.
Caracciolo was born most likely in Naples, in t...
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Giovanni di Stefano (architect)
Giovanni di Stefano (fl. 1366 – 1391) — was an Italian architect who designed the tabernacle at the Basilica of St. John Lateran in 1367.