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Forlì. Caterina Sforza Riario (1463-1509). Medaglia in bronzo.

Caterina Sforza Riario Medaglia in bronzo.

Italy, Lombardy, Soncino, Sforza castle, torture chamber

Italy, Lombardy, Soncino, Sforza castle, torture chamber

Italy, Lombardy, Soncino, Sforza castle, torture chamber

Italy, Lombardy, Soncino, Sforza castle, torture chamber

THE DUNGEON - JAIL OF Ludovic Sforza  in the Château de Loches.  Ludovico was handed over to the French in April 1500. Deprived of all the amenities of life, he spent his last years in the underground dungeon at Loches, where he died on 17 May 1508. Ludovico painted the walls of his cell.

THE DUNGEON - JAIL OF Ludovic Sforza in the Château de Loches. Ludovico was handed over to the French in April 1500. Deprived of all the amenities of life, he spent his last years in the underground dungeon at Loches, where he died on 17 May 1508. Ludovico painted the walls of his cell.

La Domenica del Corriere July 22, 1934 Mussolini - Alpine - Caterina Sforza

La Domenica del Corriere July 22, 1934 Mussolini - Alpine - Caterina Sforza

Caterina Sforza (1463 – 28 May 1509) Daughter of 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. Wife to Giovanni il Popolano (m. 1497), Girolamo Riario (m. 1473)

Caterina Sforza – 28 May Daughter of 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. Wife to Giovanni il Popolano (m. Girolamo Riario (m.

Antonio Burriel. Life of Countess Caterina Sforza Riario of Imola, and lady of Forli (1463-1509) described in three books. In Bologna: the printing house of St. Thomas Aquinas, 1795 Three volumes in-4 ° (248x190 mm). Xxxii pages, 207, [1]; [2], 209-570; [2], 571-861, [1], xci, [1] with a repeatedly folded table (2, missing the portrait of Caterina Sforza), depicting coins and medals of Forli. Obvious blooms to the cards. Coeval binding leather, titles and decorations in gold to the backs. To…

Antonio Burriel. Life of Countess Caterina Sforza Riario of Imola, and lady of Forli (1463-1509) described in three books. In Bologna: the printing house of St. Thomas Aquinas, 1795 Three volumes in-4 ° (248x190 mm). Xxxii pages, 207, [1]; [2], 209-570; [2], 571-861, [1], xci, [1] with a repeatedly folded table (2, missing the portrait of Caterina Sforza), depicting coins and medals of Forli. Obvious blooms to the cards. Coeval binding leather, titles and decorations in gold to the backs. To…

Caterina Sforza (1463-1509) Daughter of Galeazzo Maria Sforza and Lucrezia Landriani. Wife to Girolamo Riario, Giacomo Feo and Giovanni de' Medici il Popolano

Caterina Sforza (1463-1509) Daughter of Galeazzo Maria Sforza and Lucrezia Landriani. Wife to Girolamo Riario, Giacomo Feo and Giovanni de' Medici il Popolano

Signature and seal of Caterina Sforza in a letter to Bona of Savoy.  ca.  1478

Signature and seal of Caterina Sforza in a letter to Bona of Savoy.

*Italy, Caterina Sforza-Riario (1463-1509), bronze medal (1495), draped bust left, rev., Fortune

Bid Live on Lot 398 in the Ancient, British, Islamic and World Coins, Historical Medals and Plaquettes, Banknotes Auction from Morton & Eden Ltd.

Caterina Sforza-Riario (1463-1509) Countess of Forlì and Imola 19th-century (after 15th-century original design) Bronze

Caterina Sforza-Riario Countess of Forlì and Imola (after original design) Bronze

Ottaviano Riario Sforza di, 1479-1523, Count of Forli and Imola 1488-1499, Bishop of Viterbo 1506-1523, eldest son of Girolamo Riario and Caterina Sforza, godson Pope Alexander VI. Borgia, great-nephew of Cardinal Ascanio Sforza, step-brother of Giovanni de 'Medici delle Bande Nere. Bronze o. J. (probably 1498 and attributed to Niccolò di Niccolò Fiorentino called Forzore Spinelli,

Ottaviano Riario Sforza di, 1479-1523, Count of Forli and Imola 1488-1499, Bishop of Viterbo 1506-1523, eldest son of Girolamo Riario and Caterina Sforza, godson Pope Alexander VI. Borgia, great-nephew of Cardinal Ascanio Sforza, step-brother of Giovanni de 'Medici delle Bande Nere. Bronze o. J. (probably 1498 and attributed to Niccolò di Niccolò Fiorentino called Forzore Spinelli,