Corso Donati

Corso Donati was a leader of the Black Guelph faction in 13th- and early 14th- century Florence.

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Corso Donati - Leader of The Black Guelphs
... Bella, prevented the nobility from taking the office of guildmaster Corso led the noble faction which aligned with the working class against the ... In 1294 Corso was acquitted of killing a man in a fight an angry mob came to della Bella seeking justice after the acquittal, but he sent them away whereupon they rioted and della ... time, the Cerchi family, leaders of the merchant faction who had long feuded with the Donati, became allied with the White Guelphs while the Donati allied with the Black Guelphs, similar factions which had arisen ...
Corso Donati - Buildings
... Two buildings owned by and named after Corso, the torri Corso Donati or towers of Corso Donati, still stand in Piazza San Pier Maggiore in Florence ...

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