Count Sforza said that if every state had a man like Filippo, they might all live in peace without the use of arms.
She had seen him once in Rome, in her early youth, when she was Sforza's betrothed.
Alfonso sent him to the camp of the Venetians during the war waged by their general Piccinino in 1452-3 with Sforza.
Ferdinand of Naples, congratulates Sforza on his marriage, 62.
Sforza with his mercenaries arrived in Rome, April 15th, only to leave the city again April 28th.
Sforza, to revenge himself on Venice invited the Turks to attack her.
The city of Pavia had always been loyal to the House of Sforza.
Sforza had the Bracceschi always against him, so they watched each other.
Like Milan, it was occupied by an imperialist brigade, who besieged in the citadel a handful of Sforza's adherents.
The Florentines again prepared for battle, and appointed Micheletto, a pupil of Sforza, to be their leader.