Simone Boccanegra (1301 -1362, mort empoisonné), issu des Boccanegra, une famille illustre mais roturière de Gênes, fut le premier doge de Gênes, élu le 24 septembre 1339, en remplacement des capitaines du peuple (Abbati). Son palais est visible via della Maddalena.

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  • Simone Boccanegra (1301 -1362, mort empoisonné), issu des Boccanegra, une famille illustre mais roturière de Gênes, fut le premier doge de Gênes, élu le 24 septembre 1339, en remplacement des capitaines du peuple (Abbati). Son palais est visible via della Maddalena.
  • Симоне Боканегра (на италиански: Simone Boccanegra) е първия и чевърти ( втори мандат) по ред дож на Генуезката република.
  • Simone Boccanegra (died 1363) was the first doge of Genoa. His story was popularized by Antonio García Gutiérrez's 1843 play Simón Bocanegra and Giuseppe Verdi's 1857 opera Simon Boccanegra. Note the spellings. Boccanegra was elected doge for life on September 24, 1339, as the candidate of the "popular" Ghibelline faction. Boccanegra was opposed by the aristocratic Guelf faction, representing the old mercantile patriciate, which his first actions excluded from public life. With the old patriciate excluded from power, a new class of mercantile houses arose: Adorno, Guarco, Fregoso, and Montaldo.During Boccanegra's dogate, Genoese control was extended the length of both the French and Italian Rivieras, with the exception of the Grimaldi holdings in Monaco and Ventimiglia, and Genoese galleys went to the aid of Alfonso XI of Castile in his struggles against the Saracens.There were constant conspiracies and attempts against Boccanegra's life from the outset. (The first conspirator's head rolled on December 20, 1339.) This led to the establishment of a bodyguard of 103 mounted soldiers. For Boccanegra's security these were drawn from Pisa, the inveterate enemy of Genoa, where, however, Simone's brother Niccolò was "captain of the people", their mother having been a Pisan aristocrat. Boccanegra was forced to resign his office at a public meeting he had called, December 23, 1344. He was succeeded by Giovanni I di Murta, who died in early January 1350 and then by Giovanni de Valente, who ruled as chief magistrate, until Boccanegra regained power in 1356. Boccanegra was fatally poisoned in 1363.The humanist poet Petrarch wrote letters to the people of Genoa and to the doge of Venice appealing to them to end their fratricidal wars and find a common aim. These letters were among Verdi's inspirations for the revision of the opera in 1881.Simone Boccanegra's tomb in the church of San Francesco in Castelletto was decorated with a remarkable funeral sculpture, depicting him as if lying in state with extraordinary realism in his features. This sculpture is now in the Museum of Sant'Agostino.
  • Simón Boccanegra (?-1362, miembro de una poderosa familia genovesa, fue el primer dux de Génova. Fue elegido el 24 de septiembre de 1339, en sustitución de los tribunos del pueblo (Abbati). Tuvo que luchar contra los Doria, los Spínola, los Grimaldi y los Fieschi, jefes del partido güelfo. Sufrió el asedio de éstos en Génova, y se vio obligado a abandonar el poder en 1347. Se retiró a Pisa, desde donde reorganizó su partido y regresó en 1356 para restablecer su poder en la República.Alrededor de 1357, derrotó a Carlos Grimaldi, señor de Mónaco y almirante de Francia, y a la muerte de este último, Boccanegra y los genoveses recuperaron Mónaco.Murió probablemente envenenado en 1362. Durante su mandato, los genoveses conquistaron la isla de Quíos, y derrotaron a los tártaros que habían sitiado Caffa.Es también conocido gracias a la ópera Simón Boccanegra de Giuseppe Verdi.
  • Simone Boccanegra (... – 1363) fu il primo doge della Repubblica di Genova.È considerato uno dei padri della città di Genova al tempo della Repubblica marinara.
  • Simone Boccanegra (* vor 1339; † 1363) war der erste Doge von Genua. Seine Lebensgeschichte wird in der Oper Simon Boccanegra von Verdi behandelt.
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  • Simone Boccanegra (1301 -1362, mort empoisonné), issu des Boccanegra, une famille illustre mais roturière de Gênes, fut le premier doge de Gênes, élu le 24 septembre 1339, en remplacement des capitaines du peuple (Abbati). Son palais est visible via della Maddalena.
  • Симоне Боканегра (на италиански: Simone Boccanegra) е първия и чевърти ( втори мандат) по ред дож на Генуезката република.
  • Simone Boccanegra (... – 1363) fu il primo doge della Repubblica di Genova.È considerato uno dei padri della città di Genova al tempo della Repubblica marinara.
  • Simone Boccanegra (* vor 1339; † 1363) war der erste Doge von Genua. Seine Lebensgeschichte wird in der Oper Simon Boccanegra von Verdi behandelt.
  • Simón Boccanegra (?-1362, miembro de una poderosa familia genovesa, fue el primer dux de Génova. Fue elegido el 24 de septiembre de 1339, en sustitución de los tribunos del pueblo (Abbati). Tuvo que luchar contra los Doria, los Spínola, los Grimaldi y los Fieschi, jefes del partido güelfo. Sufrió el asedio de éstos en Génova, y se vio obligado a abandonar el poder en 1347.
  • Simone Boccanegra (died 1363) was the first doge of Genoa. His story was popularized by Antonio García Gutiérrez's 1843 play Simón Bocanegra and Giuseppe Verdi's 1857 opera Simon Boccanegra. Note the spellings. Boccanegra was elected doge for life on September 24, 1339, as the candidate of the "popular" Ghibelline faction. Boccanegra was opposed by the aristocratic Guelf faction, representing the old mercantile patriciate, which his first actions excluded from public life.
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  • Симоне Боканегра
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