Paolo Giuseppe Mazzarello
Aak)the Origins, The Fall Of The Seigniories - Poem by Paolo Giuseppe Mazzarello
'One tells that the Prince of Condé slept deeply through the night before the day of Rocroi: but, first, he was very tired; secondly had already given the necessary instructions'
Mazarello was freed and passed in Gonzaga's pay, lord of Mantua.
Pepoli charged Mazarello with being an Obizzo d'Este's informer.
Obizzo was the lord of Ferrara and wanted to take Bologna.
Obizzo bought the sister of Caccianemico that Dante sent to Inferno among the procurers.
Pepoli convinced Gonzaga and the lord of Mantua cut the Mazarello's head.
The two Mazarello's daughters got subject to their mothers-in-law.
The two fanciful daughters sent one of their sister-in-law's girls lovers to their brother.
Mazarello Junior returned that strange gift to the senders.
Nicolosa, escaped her mother-in-law as well as the beheading, did not escape the depression.
Obizzo ended up in Dante's Inferno as man violent against his neighbour.
Bologna was conquered by Milan, rich in real estate.
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