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Books about Astorre:
ASTORRE MANFREDI The Most Beautiful Boy of the Italian Renaissance His Life and Times by Michael Boyd Hone (Jan 8, 2014)
Angelo Mai E Le Sue Principali Scoperte Letterarie (1871) (Italian Edition) by Pellegrini, Astorre published by... (Sep 10, 2010)
Astorre II Baglioni. Guerriero e letterato by Alessandra Oddi Baglioni (Jan 1, 2009)
Astorre Manfredi; storia dei tempi del duca Valentino [FACSIMILE] by Cesare A Monteverde (1839)
Manfredi, Astorre III
Per ricostruire e ricostruirsi. Astorre Mayer e la rinascita ebraica tra Italia e Israele by M. Paganoni (Jan 1, 2010)
**REPRINT** Astorre Manfredi by Monteverde. Cesare A ***NOTE: THIS IS A "PRINT ON DEMAND" VERSION FROM THE ORIGINAL BOOK*** (1839)
Wiki information Astorre:
Astorre Baglioni was an Italian condottiero and military commander.
Astorre III Manfredi was lord Faenza, in northern Italy, from 1488 to 1501. He was born in Faenza, the son of Galeotto Manfredi. He succeeded his father in the lordship of Faenza in 1488 at the age of three. In 1501 he was deposed by Cesare Borgia...