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Battle Of Delebio
... The Venetian troops under Giorgio Corner had invaded the Valtellina in 1431, in order to secure the Republic's northern borders and favour their ... marched alongside the Lake Como to defy the Venetians ... Among the commanders of the Venetian troops was Bartolomeo Colleoni, which later became one of the most famous condottiero ...
Limberakis Gerakaris - Return and Downfall
... In 1684, the Venetians led by Francesco Morosini invaded the Peloponnese with Maniot assistance ... Limberios, however, defected to the Venetians in 1696 after the Turks tried to unsuccessfully poison him ... The Venetians pronounced him a knight of Saint Mark and continued to call him Bey of Mani ...
Massacre Of The Latins - Background
... The first had been the Venetians, who had secured large-scale trading concessions from Byzantine emperor Alexios I Komnenos ... at the time resulted in a virtual maritime monopoly and stranglehold over the Empire by the Venetians ... imperial authority in 1162, for instance, the Pisans together with a few Venetians raided the Genoese quarter in Constantinople, causing much damage ...
Cretan War (1645–1669) - War - War in Dalmatia
... away and relatively insignificant, while the Venetians operated near their own bases of supply and had undisputed control of the sea, being thus able to easily reinforce their coastal ... In addition, and again unlike Crete, the Venetians enjoyed the support of much of the local population, particularly the Morlacchi ... The Turks were now able to threaten the two main Venetian strongholds in Dalmatia, Zadar and Split ...
Morean War - The Venetian Offensive - The Campaign Against Athens and Negropont
1687, Königsmarck's army, 10,750 men strong, landed at Eleusis, while the Venetian fleet entered Piraeus ... The Venetian army began now a siege of the Acropolis, which would last six days (September 23–29) and would cause much destruction to the ancient ... their cavalry effectively controlled Attica, limiting the Venetians to the environs of Athens ...