Andrea Cornaro

[poet and historian] Andrea Cornaro (1547–1616?)also known as Andrea Cornaro de Candia or Andrea Corner (Greek Ανδρέας Κορνάρος) Venetian aristocrat and very important historian and writer. ==Biography== He was born in Trapezonta of Sitia in the island of Crete and was son of Giaccomo Cornaro and Issaveta ( Zampia) Demezo a...
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Andrea Cornaro

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Andrea Cornaro

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Andrea Cornaro

[disambiguation] Andrea Cornaro, Margrave of Bodonitsa was a 14th-century Venetian baron. Andrea Cornaro may also refer to: ...
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Andrea Cornaro

[cardinal] Andrea Cornaro (1511–1551) was an Italian Roman Catholic bishop and cardinal. ==Biography== A member of the House of Cornaro, Andrea Cornaro was born in Venice on December 18, 1511, the son of Giacomo Cornaro. He was the nephew of Cardinals Marco Cornaro and Francesco Cornaro, and a cousin of Cardinals Luigi Cornaro and Federic...
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