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  Siena
Caesar Borgia secured the expulsion of Petrucci from Siena; but in 1503 the latter returned, assumed the title of Magnifico (Maecenas of the Arts), and was more powerful than ever.
His son Borghese Petrucci, who succeeded him in the signoria, was in 1516 expelled by order of Leo X, who intended to subject Siena to the Medici, hence the enmity that Cardinal Alfonso Petrucci bore him.
Alessandro Petrucci (1615), emulating St. Charles Borromeo, was active in reforming the convents of women.
www.catholicity.com /encyclopedia/s/siena.html   (2817 words)

  
 A HISTORY OF THE CHURCH To the Eve of the Reformation : L.4, C.6.
The Petrucci conspiracy of 1517 is a violent reminder of the truth that morality is a single whole, and that to tamper with one particular precept is to risk bringing down the whole arch.
Siena was one of the few states to lack such a court cardinal, and Julius II brought Siena into the system when, in 1512, he gave the red hat to Alfonso Petrucci, twenty years of age, the brother of the lord of Siena.
Petrucci, a few months later, played a great part in the election of Leo X and he was soon one of the new pope's intimates.
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By such means Alfonso was able to entertain distinguished guests with unrivalled splendor; he found pleasure in ceaseless expense, even for the benefit of his enemies, and in rewarding literary work knew absolutely no measure.
Alfonso may perhaps have foreseen the fate which was in store for his charming little villas, the Belvedere with its shady gardens, and Montana with its fountains and beautiful frescoes.
What European monarch of the time labored for his own culture as, for instance, Alfonso I? His travels in France, England, and the Netherlands we re undertaken for the purpose of study: by means of them he gained an accurate knowledge of the industry and commerce of these countries.
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 Chapter 8: The Road Through Roncesvalles: Alfonsine Formation of Brunettro Latini and Dante - Diplomacy and LIterature   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Alfonso was himself involved with the text of Aristotle's Politics at the time, and he probably talked to Brunetto of that work.
22 Alfonso was envisioned as a Greco-Arabic, democratic philosopher-king; Charles was cast in the role of a Roman republican senator.
It was Alfonso el Sabio and his work, especially his Aristotelian legal writings in the Castilian vernaculars and his Marian poetry in Galician, which probably gave Brunetto Latini the model for his own writings in the vernacular.
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 Riario - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
He was a humanistic known for his patronage of literature and the arts.
He was compromised in the "Pazzi conspiracy" and a later one against the Medici pope, Leo X that was organized by cardinal Alfonso Petrucci in 1517, for which he had to stand trial.
He had bought from a Roman banker a sculpture of Cupid that was being passed off as a Roman antique, but which riario recognized as a fake, but tracked down the brilliant young sculptor who had produced it.
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 The Galileo Project
After running an iron mine and forge at Boccheggiano for Pandolfo Petrucci, the ruler of Siena, he was forced to leave when Petrucci was overthrown.
When he returned to Siena with Petrucci, he was appointed (by Petrucci) to a post with arsenal at Siena and in 1513 director of the mint.
He returned with the Petrucci once more in 1523, and was exiled again in 1526.
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 MUSL 242: The Musical Court of Lucrezia Borgia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Alfonso, duke of Biscegli-Alexander VI decided that an alliance with Naples would benefit him the most, and thus Lucrezia was betrothed to Alfonso, the illegitimate son of Alfonso II of Naples.
On June 15, 1500, four of Caesar's henchmen attacked Alfonso while he was on his way to the Vatican.
Alfonso d'Este-In order to strengthen his position in Romagna, Caesar arranged a marriage between his sister and Alfonso d'Este, son of Ercole I, duke of Ferrara.
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 Pope Leo X - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
He was also lavish in works of charity: hospitals, convents, discharged soldiers, pilgrims, poor students, exiles, cripples, the sick, the unfortunate of every description were generously remembered, and more than 6,000 ducats were annually distributed in alms.
His extravagance offended even some cardinals, who, led by Alfonso Petrucci of Siena, allegedly plotted an assassination attempt (which was foiled); the plan was to inject poison into his formidable hemorrhoids.
Some people argue that the pope and his followers simply concocted the assassination charges in a moneymaking scheme to collect fines from the various wealthy cardinals Leo detested.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Pope_Leo_X   (717 words)

  
 History
Along with two of his brothers, Robert had been taken in custody by King Alfonso III of Aragon in 1288 in exchange for the freedom of his father, Charles II, who had been captured in a naval battle with Aragonese forces in 1284.
Seven years passed before Charles II was able, through negotiations with Alfonso's successor, James II, to obtain the release of his three sons.
Upon his release, Robert was first made duke of Calabria in 1296, and rose to become viceroy of Sicily in in the same year.
www.brown.edu /Departments/Italian_Studies/dweb/history/characters/robert_anjou.shtml   (380 words)

  
 HISTORY OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH*
734  It was supposed that it was the fond uncle’s intention, at the death of Alfonso of Naples, to invest this nephew with the Neapolitan crown by setting aside Alfonso’s illegitimate son, Don Ferrante.
Don Joffré was married, at 13, to a daughter of Alfonso of Naples and was made prince of Squillace.
After spending a short time in a convent, the princess was married to Don Alfonso, duke of Besiglia, the bastard son of Alfonso II.
www.ccel.org /s/schaff/history/6_ch06.htm   (18659 words)

  
 A History of the Church: Chapter 5
At the same time the French king received his first hint that even the cynical Europe of the Renaissance would not allow the papacy to become any one prince's tool, when the Spanish ambassadors brought him the strong protest of Ferdinand and Isabella against the invasion of the papal state and the occupation of Rome.
But the lady refused, afraid, so she said, of the time it would take her to live down what her husband had been; she did not want to be known as the cardinal's wife.
This was Riario Sansoni, that great-nephew of Sixtus IV whose life had already been so tragically interwoven with that of Leo X. Petrucci and Sauli had confessed that he was in the business too.
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 Brent Billock, Tenor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
As Lucrezia, soprano Kelli Finn initially sounded tentative, especially in her first big aria, "Com' e bello," where her coloratura passages were somewhat unsteady.
Bass Alvaro Ramirez as Don Alfonso made the most of his showcase aria "Vieni la mia vendetta," while in the opera's best-known passage, Orsini's brindisi "Il segreto per esser felici," mezzo soprano Helene Pickett sparkled.
For instance, the first line of Alfonso's big aria (in English, "come, my revenge") was translated as "my revenge is coming." It helps to bring along a libretto.
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 Siena Sienna in Tuscany, Italy
In 1480, with the occurrence of new tumults over the right to participate in the government, Pandolfo Petrucci acquired the upper hand, and in 1487 instituted a new and absolute government.
Caesar Borgia secured the expulsion of Petrucci from Sienna, but in 1503 the latter returned, assumed the title of Magnifico (Maecenas of the Arts), and was more powerful than ever.
His son Borghese Petrucci, who succeeded him in the signoria, was expelled in 1516 by order of Leo X, who intended to subject Sienna to the Medici.
www.siena-info.net   (2847 words)

  
 HOASM: Antoine Brumel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
He held church posts in Chartres (1483 through 1486), Laon, Paris (where he was master of the boys at Notre Dame 1498 through 1500) and Lyons before becoming maestro di cappellato Alfonso I d'Este at Ferrara in 1506-9.
His considerable prominence in his own time is suggested by the fact that he was only the third composer to have a volume of Masses published by Petrucci (after Josquin and Obrecht), and by the many appearances of his music in MSS.
Many of his motets use borrowed cantus firmi, maybe with a different text, and are in a flowing, rhythmically intricate style, but his Sicut liliumhas an attractive simplicity suggestive of Italian influence.
www.hoasm.org /IVA/Brumel.html   (136 words)

  
 The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church - Biographical Dictionary - Consistory of July 1, 1517
Capítulo IV: Conjuración del Cardenal Petrucci y gran creación de cardenales de 1 de Junio de 1517, pp.
Legate in Umbra in the pontificate of Pope Clement VII.
Received, together with Cardinals Giulio de' Medici, Raffaele Petrucci, Niccolò Ridolfi and Giovanni Piccolomini, the new Pope Adrian VI on his arrival in Italy at the port of Livorno.
www.fiu.edu /~mirandas/bios1517-ii.htm   (12959 words)

  
 The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church - Biographical Dictionary - Consistory of Consistory of March 10, 1511
Petrucci, whose guilt was greater and whose influence at court was less, was condemned to death and strangled in his cell, early in July.
Deposed as a cardinal and incarcerated in Castello Sant'Angelo, Rome, on June 22, 1517, by Pope Leo X for not disclosing to him the assassination plot of Cardinal Alfonso Petrucci.
Son of Pandolfo Petrucci, signore of Siena, and Aurelia Borghese.
www.fiu.edu /~mirandas/bios1511.htm   (6904 words)

  
 Popes
On July 1, 1517, following and as a result of an attempt upon his life earlier in the same year, Leo named 31 new cardinals, thus prejudicing the College of Cardinals with papal supporters.
One cardinal (Alfonso Petrucci) was strangled in prison, and others were imprisoned and executed when they were implicated in the attempted assassination.
In his struggle to dominate Italy, Leo X was confronted by the awesome power of Spain and the determination of the French kings.
www.wga.hu /database/glossary/popes/leo10.html   (1806 words)

  
 SignOnSanDiego.com > War with Iraq -- List of casualties: Coalition Forces
Lucas Egea was among seven of Spain's military intelligence agency killed by rocket-propelled grenades and rifle fire in an ambush at Mahmudiyah, 18 miles south of Baghdad.
Vega Calvo was among seven of Spain's military intelligence agency killed by rocket-propelled grenades and rifle fire in an ambush at Mahmudiyah, 18 miles south of Baghdad.
Petrucci was among those killed in the suicide truck bombing attack on an Italian base compound.
www.signonsandiego.com /news/world/iraq/memorial/sidebarresult_coalition.php   (4769 words)

  
 Our Heroes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Senior Corporal Pietro Petrucci is 22 years of age and is from Casavatore Napoli, Italy.
He was Injured when a bomb exploded at Italian military police headquarters in Nasiriya, Iraq, on November 12, 2003.
Adjutant Alfonso Trincone is 44 years of age and is from Rome, Italy.
www.hendersonville-pd.org /italy.html   (1238 words)

  
 The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church - Consistories of the XVI Century   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
(2) Deposed as a Cardinal and incarceretaed in the Castle of Sant'Angelo, Rome, on June 22, 1517, by Pope Leo X for not disclosing to him the assassination plans of Cardinal Alfonso Petrucci.
Alfonso Carafa, great-grandnephew of His Holiness, cleric of Naples.
Alfonso Gesualdo di Conza (or Gonza), protonotary apostolic.
www.stjohnxxiii.com /Cardinals/The_Cardinals_of_the_Church/consistories-xvi.htm   (4752 words)

  
 Pope Leo X Biography,info
Leo X was also lavish in works of charity: hospitals, convents, discharged soldiers, pilgrims, poor students, exiles, cripples, the sick, the unfortunate of every description were generously remembered, and more than 6,000 ducats were annually distributed in alms.
His extravagance offended even some Cardinals, who, led by Alfonso Petrucci of Siena, allegedly plotted an assassination attempt (which was foiled); the plan was to inject poison into the Pope's formidable hemorrhoids.
Some people argue that Leo X and his followers simply concocted the assassination charges in a moneymaking scheme to collect fines from the various wealthy Cardinals Leo X detested.
www.danceage.com /biography/sdmc_Pope_Leo_X   (683 words)

  
 Export table - ITtoolbox Groups   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
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 Problem Backing up DB2 to TSM - ITtoolbox Groups   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
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 UW-Eau Claire Music and Theatre Arts Department : Opera Master Class
In December of that year, he sang Balthahazar in Amahl and the Night Visitors with the Minnesota Orchestra, and in February 2005, he was a national semi-finalist in the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions.
On The Minnesota Opera's stage he has been seen as Monterone in Rigoletto, Petrucci in Lucrezia Borgia, Sergeant Lombardi in Passion, Der Sprecher in The Magic Flute, the Bonze in Madame Butterfly, Don Alfonso in Maria Padilla and Zuniga in Carmen.
For his third season with the Opera he performs in Tosca as the Sacristan, in Don Giovanni as Leporello, in Orazi and Curiazi as Vecchio Orazio and in Joseph Merrick, the Elephant Man as Hospital Administrator Carr-Gomm.
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 WCPE - Timeline
Lucrezia Borgia murders second husband, Alfonso of Naples
Music is printed with movable type by Ottavio de Petrucci
Six-year-old Mary (Queen of Scots) travels to France to meet her fiance, the Dauphin.
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 Keeping Catholics Catholic Page XXV-The Timeline-The Sixteenth Century   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The Lateran Council V was convoked by the Art Pope, Julius II, and ratified by Pope Leo X. Pope Leo X turns the tables on some disaffected Cardinals who tried to poison him by executing the leader, Alfonso Petrucci, and imprisoning several others and packing the Sacred College by creating thirty-one new Cardinals.
She married for a third time to Duke Alfonso of Ferrara.
In 1508, Duke Alfonso I D’Este continued the governorship of Azzo VI D’Este, who kept the town as a liege, hoping to cast off the overlordship of the Pope.
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 DB2 Tool - ITtoolbox Groups   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
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 DB2 - TB data - Hardware Configuration - ITtoolbox Groups   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Posted by joe petrucci on 4/8/2004 8:45:00 AM
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 Transaction Log - ITtoolbox Groups   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
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 DB2 sql question - ITtoolbox Groups   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
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 In SQL SERVER how to get back the deleted records from a table. - ITtoolbox Groups   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Posted by joe petrucci on 6/28/2005 8:28:00 AM
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Subject: [db2-l] In SQL SERVER how to get back the deleted records from a table.
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