[koh-zuh-moh; Italian kaw-zee-maw]
- Pie·ro di [pee-air-oh di; Italian pye-raw dee] /piˈɛər oʊ dɪ; Italian ˈpyɛ rɔ di/. Piero di Cosimo.
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Had Cosimo spoken the truth when he said that she had gone to Gambara for shelter?
There you have the truth, Cosimo, and the truth is better than proverbs.
The Duke ignored me, and all the gentlemen of his following did the like, including Cosimo.
Cosimo shrugged at this, and some of the dismay passed from his countenance.
Do you suggest that Cosimo could lend himself to so infamous a compact?