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  1. At the beginning of Season 3, Lorenzo is seen watching the name of Riario painted on a wall next to those of the two Pazzis, Salviati and Vespucci. So clearly Riario was involved in the Pazzi conspiracy and we see Lorenzo mention that Riario will also pay for what happened. However from what I remember, Lorenzo never mentions Riario’s name in ...

  2. Girolamo Riario (1443 - 14 de abril de 1488) fue el conde de Forlì y esposo de Caterina Sforza, así como padre de Bianca y Ottaviano Riario. Debido a sus amistades con los Templarios resurgidos, su esposa Caterina contrató a los ladrones Francisco y Ludovico de Orso para que lo asesinaran, usurpándolo así del control de Forlì. Assassin's Creed II

  3. 15 de mar. de 2019 · Girolamo Riario (second from left), Caterina's first husband, stands before Pope Sixtus IV in Melozzo da Forlì's painting (1477). Photograph by ERICH LESSING/ALBUM. Roman intrigue.

  4. Girolamo Riario. Lord of Italy (1443-1488) Statements. instance of. human. 1 reference. imported from Wikimedia project. Russian Wikipedia. image. Girolamo Riario.jpg ...

  5. 20 de abr. de 2020 · His actions became tragedy, his ambitions spurred terror. Jack Roth is Girolamo Riario. Meet him on May 1st, when our final #Medici season premieres on...

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  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › RiarioRiario - Wikipedia

    Through their allegiance to the House of Della Rovere, the Riarios produced two prominent cardinals, Pietro Riario (1445–1474) and Raffaele Riario (1461–1521). In 1477 Paolo's son Girolamo (1443–1488) married Caterina Sforza (1463–1509), illegitimate daughter of Galeazzo Maria Sforza, the Duke of Milan. Girolamo was from 1473 Lord of ...

  7. Girolamo Riario se disponía a tomar Faenza, mientras que Venecia ganaría Reggio y Módena. Venecia estaba en fase expansionista por la terra firma en la península italiana y no olvidaban que Ferrara y Nápoles se habían aliado recientemente con Florencia y Milán contra ellos, así que los venecianos aceptaron de buen grado la sugerencia de Girolamo.