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  1. Octavio Piccolomini (Florencia, 11 de noviembre de 1599-11 de agosto de 1656), primer duque de Amalfi, fue un militar italiano al servicio de España y del Imperio. Biografía. Nacido en Florencia, en el seno de una familia noble sienesa (véase familia Piccolomini). A los 16 años era ya piquero en una compañía española.

  2. Ottavio Piccolomini, 1st Duke of Amalfi (11 November 1599 – 11 August 1656) was an Italian nobleman whose military career included service as a Spanish general and then as a field marshal of the Holy Roman Empire . Contents 1 Early life 2 As a commanding officer 3 Promotion to Generalissimo 4 Marriage, death, and legacy 5 References and notes

    • 1616–1656
    • 11 August 1656 (aged 56), Vienna, Austria
  3. Procedía de una de las más ilustres familias de Siena, antiguamente conectada con los intereses del Sacro Imperio Romano en Toscania, y que ya había dado grandes personajes históricos, entre ellos el famoso papa humanista Pío II (Eneas Silvio Piccolomini, 1458-1464). Ottavio descendía directamente de una rama ilegítima de la dinastía de Aragón en Nápoles, que siempre había estado asociada con los asuntos españoles en Italia.

  4. Ottavio Francesco Eugenio Carlo Ferdinando Pio Pieri Piccolomini d'Aragona (11 de noviembre de 1599-11 de agosto de 1656) fue un importante comandante de las tropas imperiales durante la guerra de los treinta años.

    • Early Life
    • as A Commanding Officer
    • Promotion to Generalissimo
    • Death and Legacy
    • References and Notes

    Piccolomini was born in Florence and received a military education as a young boy. He became a tercio pikeman for the Kingdom of Spainat the age of sixteen. 1618 saw the outbreak of the Thirty Years' War. Piccolomini was appointed captain of a cavalry regiment in Bohemia, sent by the Grand Duke of Tuscany to the emperor's army. He fought with disti...

    Piccolomini's efforts at Lützen were recognised by his contemporaries too - on reading the official report of the battle, the emperor made him General-Feldwachtmeister (a rank equivalent to major-general). At the same time, however, Holk, who had played an even more crucial role in holding the Imperial army together at Lützen, was promoted to field...

    Some years later, having re-entered the Imperial army, he was again disappointed of the chief command by the selection of the brave veteran Peter Melander, Count Holzapfel. But when in 1648 Melander fell in battle at Zusmarshausen, Piccolomini was at last appointed lieutenant-general of the emperor, and thus conducted as generalissimothe final wear...

    Piccolomini died after an accident on 11 August 1656 (falling from a horse). On 4 June 1651 he had married Maria Benigna Francisca of Saxe-Lauenburg, daughter of Duke Julius Henry of Saxe-Lauenburg. He left no legitimate children (his only son Josef Silvio, was murdered by the Swedes after the battle of Jankov (near Votice, district Tábor) in the s...

    Richard Brzezinski, Lützen 1632, Oxford: Osprey, 2001, especially p. 58 (includes early engraved portrait of Piccolomini), p. 79 and p. 90.

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  6. Ottavio Piccolomini, Porträt im Schloss Skokloster Octavio Piccolomini, auch Ottavio (* 11. November 1599 in Florenz; † 11. August 1656 in Wien) war Herzog von Amalfi sowie Malteser-Ritter. Im Dreißigjährigen Krieg diente er als kaiserlicher General Wallensteins sowie Kommandeur von dessen Leibgarde, wandte sich 1634 aber gegen ihn.

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