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The Growth of Territorial States

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The Growth of Territorial States 16:01 John Galeazzo Visconti (cont.) Sanction from outside of the peninsula, outside alliances Padua: Under dynasty called the Carrara, deadly enemies to Venetians Attacked Padua and Verona at same time Gave Venice territory so they wouldn’t intervene He continues to expand into Lombardy Unacceptable situation for Florence They try to stop it Humanist propaganda as defense of republican liberty in Italy Bring in spies Attack Florence and Bologna Padua becomes base Seen by some as able to bring peace and unity Mantuan War 1397 Venice offers Mantua warships Didn’t attack Milan John heads to Tuscany and create many revolts They all accept idea of monarch, not republicanism Florence is then isolated, Bologna falls Duke of Milan dies Disillusionment of Milan state 2 sons take over ambitions, they will dominate Italian warfare Wars change political landscape of Italy Portriat of John Galeazzo Visconti Commemorating life and soul
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In church 3 dimensional Warefare in the early fifteenth century—Giovanni Maria and Filippo Maria Visconti Both die
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