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  1. Enzo (or Enzio; c. 1218 – 14 March 1272) was an illegitimate son of the Hohenstaufen emperor Frederick II, who appointed him ' King of Sardinia ' in 1238. He played a major role in the wars between Guelphs and Ghibellines in the Imperial kingdom of Italy, and was captured by his enemies in 1249. He remained imprisoned in Bologna until his death.

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    Enzo (or Enzio;[a] c. 1218 – 14 March 1272) was an illegitimate son of the Hohenstaufen emperor Frederick II, who appointed him 'King of Sardinia' in 1238. He played a major role in the wars between Guelphs and Ghibellines in the Imperial kingdom of Italy, and was captured by his enemies in 1249.

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    Enzo (or Enzio;[lower-alpha 1] c. 1218 – 14 March 1272) was an illegitimate son of the Hohenstaufen emperor Frederick II, who appointed him 'King of Sardinia' in 1238. He played a major role in the wars between Guelphs and Ghibellines in the Imperial kingdom of Italy, and was captured by his enemies in 1249. He remained imprisoned in Bologna until ...

    Coat of arms of Enzo of Sardinia Enzo was an illegitimate son of Frederick II by a certain Adelaide, possibly a member of the Swabian noble House of Urslingen and relative of Duke Conrad I of Spoleto. He was the eldest of the emperor's illegitimate sons and allegedly the favourite one. He had a pleasant personality, a strong physical resemblance to...

    Cioppi, Alessandra, Enzo re di Sardegna, Carlo Delfino, Sassari 1995. Ferrabino, Aldo, ed (1960). Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani: I Aaron – Albertucci. Rome. Mühlberger, Josef. Lebensweg und Schicksal der staufischen Frauen. Sperle, Christian (2001). König Enzo von Sardinien und Friedrich von Antiochia. Zwei illegitime Söhne Kaiser Friedrichs...

  3. From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Enzo (died March 14, 1272) was King of Sardinia from 1238 until 1249 when he was captured at the Battle of Fossalta . Categories: Nobility 1272 deaths

    • 1218/1220, Cremona, Italy
    • Barisone II (1165)
  4. Enzo of Sardinia (1215-11 March 1272) was King of Sardinia from 1238 to 1272, as well as Duke of Modena under the Holy Roman Empire. He was the favorite illegitimate son of Frederick II of Germany and Adelaide of Urslingen, and he was captured at the Battle of Fossalta, dying in captivity.

  5. Enzo of Sardinia Enzo (or Enzio; c. 1218 – 14 March 1272) was an illegitimate son of the Hohenstaufen emperor Frederick II, who appointed him 'King of Sardinia' in 1238. He played a major role in the wars between Guelphs and Ghibellines in the Imperial kingdom of Italy, and was captured by his enemies in 1249 .