Here is a peasant girl caught up to his saddle-bow by a condottiere, Brunoro, during some village raid.
The veteran condottiere himself was no longer so scrupulous.
Is he not the famous Bianchetti, a condottiere employed by the people, as the condottieri once were by the kings and nobles?
Seeing that the indignation of her mistress merely amused the condottiere the dwarf took a cajoling tone.
One and all they ended in nothing, though here and there, as with the Sforza, the condottiere managed to establish himself.
He went to Pampeluna to the court of his brother-in-law, the King of Navarre, where he took service as a condottiere.
With the military courage of a condottiere he combined a bright intellect and a mind of real elevation.
It is old Gattamelata, the condottiere of the Venetian forces in the long wars with Padua.
Meeting with the band of Oldrado Sampuynano, the condottiere, she enlisted under his banner.
Duke Valentino now assumed the life of a condottiere, in order to raise troops for his enterprise.