Luigi Pasqualigo (1536-1576) est un militaire et un homme de lettres vénitien de la Renaissance.

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  • Luigi Pasqualigo (1536-1576) est un militaire et un homme de lettres vénitien de la Renaissance.
  • Luigi Pasqualigo (1536-1576) was a Venetian soldier and man of letters who wrote the play Il Fedele that was adapted by the English playwright Anthony Munday under the title, Fidele and Fortunio (1584). According to his brother, he was "more a follower of Mars than of Apollo". Pasqualigo apparently took part in the Battle of Lepanto of 1571. He is named as commander of the Spanish galleon Idra (Hydra) of Naples which was stationed on the left wing of the battle.
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  • Luigi Pasqualigo (1536-1576) est un militaire et un homme de lettres vénitien de la Renaissance.
  • Luigi Pasqualigo (1536-1576) was a Venetian soldier and man of letters who wrote the play Il Fedele that was adapted by the English playwright Anthony Munday under the title, Fidele and Fortunio (1584). According to his brother, he was "more a follower of Mars than of Apollo". Pasqualigo apparently took part in the Battle of Lepanto of 1571. He is named as commander of the Spanish galleon Idra (Hydra) of Naples which was stationed on the left wing of the battle.
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