Tommaso Cavalieri must be mentioned next to the Marchioness of Pescara as the being who bound this greatest soul a captive.
It was an agreeable school for the youthful minds of Vittoria and Pescara.
His Eminence, Cardinal Pescara, begs the favour of a few moments' conversation.
The inducement of the throne of Naples had been held out to Marchese di Pescara.
It may be difficult to estimate the precise amount of Pescara's guilt.
He burned to be a hero like Pescara: they both thought him quite up to Achilles.
The Marchioness of Pescara had besought him to change his mode of life, and to dedicate his talents only to religion.
In October of 1522, Pescara made a flying visit to his wife and home.
Pescara then placed a guard around the tent and went himself and fetched a priest to console the dying chevalier.
Vittoria Colonna buried her love in Pescara's grave at Naples.