The case goes to trial, where Suzie admits that they fabricated the allegation and Lombardo settles for a hefty sum.
In case Brossano should die before him, he appoints Lombardo da Serigo his eventual heir.
In order to save time, the Lombardo, which was much the larger of the two vessels, was to take the Piemonte in tow.
He avows being indebted to Lombardo da Serigo 134 golden ducats, advanced for the expenses of his house.
Lombardo is the family name of three sculptors of this period in Venice.
The Lombardo was sunk by the Neapolitan guns, and the other vessels made off as best they could, after landing their men.
Antonio Rizzo began the east faade of the building in 1480, and it was continued by Lombardo, and completed by Scarpagnino.