Genoa & the Genoese, 958-1528

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APPENDIX
Genoese Revolts and Changes in Government, 1257-1528
Date Event Successful? Result
Jan. 1257 Popolo revolt Yes Guglielmo Boccanegra, captain
1259 Noble revolt No
May 1262 Noble revolt Yes Podestá and commune
Oct. 1265 Noble revolt Yes Oberto Spinola, captain
Oct. 1270 Noble/Ghibelline Yes Spinola and Oberto Doria, captains;
revolt Corrado Doria, 1285
Mar. 1278 Guelf revolt No
Mar. 1291 [Captains resign] Podestá and captains, 1291-96
Dec. 1295- [Civil war] Corrado Spinola and Corrado Doria,
Feb. 1296 captains
Oct. 1296 [Captains resign] Podestá
1300 Guelf noble revolt No
1306 Ghibelline noble No
revolt
Jan. 1306 Guelf coup Yes Bernabo Doria and Opicino Spinola,
captains
1310 Spinola coup No Opicino Spinola exiled
Nov. 1311 [ Genoa submits to Henry VII] Emperor died 24 Aug. 1313
1313 [Ghibelline regime]
Early 1314 Doria coup Yes Civil war, ca. 1314-31
Late 1317 Guelf noble revolt Yes Carlo Fieschi and Gaspare Grimaldi,
captains
July 1318 [ Genoa submits to Robert of Resigned 3 Feb. 1335
Naples]
Feb. 1335 Ghibelline revolt Yes Raffaele Doria and Galeazzo Spinola,
captains
Sept- 1339 Ghibelline popolo Yes Simone Boccanegra elected doge
revolt
Dec. 1344 Noble revolt Yes Giovanni de Murta elected doge;
died Jan. 1350
Jan. 1345 Popolo revolt No
Jan. 1350 [Giovanni de Valente elected doge]
Oct. 1353 [ Genoa submits to Giovanni Visconti of Milan]
Nov. 1356 Noble and popolo Yes Simone Boccanegra elected doge;
revolt died Mar. 1363
1363 Noble revolt No
Mar. 1363 Popolo revolt Yes Gabriele Adorno elected doge
Dec. 1365 Popolo revolt No
Aug. 1370 Popolo revolt Yes Domenico Campofregoso
elected doge
June 1378 Popolo revolt Yes Niccolo Guarco elected doge
Mar. 1383 Popolo revolt Yes Leonardo Montaldo elected doge;
died June 1384

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Table of contents

  • Title Page ii
  • Contents vii
  • Tables ix
  • Figures & Maps xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Acknowledgments xix
  • Genoa & the Genoese, 958-1528 1
  • 1 - From Practically Nothing to Something, 958-1154 9
  • 2 - The Takeoff, 1154-1204 54
  • 3 - Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea, 1204-1257 96
  • 4 - Captains of the People, 1257-1311 140
  • 5 - Long Live the People, the Merchants, & the Doge, 1311-1370 188
  • 6 - Liberty and Humanism: Slavery and the Bank, 1370-1435 228
  • 7 - To Throw Away a Thousand Worlds, 1436-1528 271
  • Epilogue 319
  • Appendix - Genoese Revolts and Changes in Government, 1257-1528 325
  • Notes 329
  • Bibliography 369
  • Index 383
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