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CLAUDE DELAVAL COBHAM
Exerpta Cypria
page 155

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Italian Captains died. Colonel Ronchon, Governor of the City „ Palazzo da Fano Count Alberto Scotto Captain Nicolo Paleotti, of Bologna „ Lazaro Cocuban „ Giovan de Oglio „ Gabriel de Bergamo „ Battista „ Zangravi „ Urban de Vitaldi „ Allibai Zangravi Cav. Magriiio, uu Engineer Captain Antonio Beretino „ Camillo de Gadi- „ Michail Griti „ Giovan Batista de San Colnban „ Batista, da Fan „ Calo da Rimini „ Giovan Andrea Spello „ Battista delti Preti „ Antonio Giorgi „ Zane to Dandolo „ Thomaso de Grazu, of Famagosta Italian Captains, of whom it is not known whether they are alive or dead. Captain Giulian Gustahlu „ Leonardo da Borgo „ Marc1 Antonio Fuscello „ J ACOINO G razz*.ι „ Celio da Todi „ Giovan Battista Calluro „ Francesco Pattello „ Fabrici de Imola „ Allibai, of Albano „ Giuliano, of Venice „ HieiOuimo da Sascil „ Paolo Accentimi Italian Captains, enslaved. Captain Paolo del Guasto „ Francesco de Laura „ Cieco da Perosa „ Giovan Angelo, remained at Cerines „ Carlo Ragniiasco, fled to the hills, and then went Famagosta and was taken prisoner The Captains of the Stradiots and their Commander were nearly all cut to pieces w sip companies. OALEPIO.

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