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Satisfied, Orsini returned to Paris with the bombs and contacted other conspirators, Giuseppe Pieri, Antonio Gomez and Carlo di Rudio ( later changed to Charles DeRudio ).
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After the coup d ' état, he withdrew from politics, returned to the legal profession, and distinguished himself by his defence of Felice Orsini, the perpetrator of the attack against the life of Napoleon III.
After his stay in Hungary, Giovanni Dalmata returned to Traù ( Trogir ) where he left a number of works, most important among those is the statue of St. John the Evangelist in the Orsini chapel in Trogir Cathedral.
On November 30, 1589 Marenzio returned to Rome, where he served several patrons, while retaining considerable independence ; he lived in the Orsini palace until 1593, in the service of Virginio Orsini, the nephew of the Grand Duke of Tuscany.
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* January 14 – Felice Orsini and his accomplices fail to assassinate Napoleon III in Paris but their bombs kill 8 and wound 142 people.
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Their family is notable for their bitter feud with the Orsini family over influence in Rome until it was stopped by Papal Bull in 1511 ; in 1571 the Chiefs of both families married nieces of Pope Sixtus V.
On his arrival at Madrid he found the princesse des Ursins ( Orsini, born de la Trémoille ) all but omnipotent with the king, and for a time he judged it expedient to use her influence in carrying out his plans.
By his marriage with a Francesca Orsini of Monterotondo was born Gentile Virginio Orsini, one of the most relevant figures of Italian politics in the late 15th century.
After Carlo's death, he enlarged the family's tenure with lands inherited by his wife, another Orsini from Salerno, and most of all he was amongst the favourites of Ferdinand I of Naples, who appointed him as Great Connestable of Naples.
Apart from the Bracciano castle, other notable buildings and structures associated with the Orsini include:
Though much of John XXI's brief papacy was dominated by the powerful Cardinal Giovanni Gaetano Orsini ( who succeeded him as Pope Nicholas III ), John attempted to launch a crusade for the Holy Land, pushed for a union with the Eastern church, and did what he could to maintain peace between the Christian nations.
Rescued by two Neapolitan barons who had sided for Louis, Raimondello Orsini and Tommaso di Sanseverino, after six months of siege he succeeded in making his escape to Genoa with six galleys sent him by doge Antoniotto Adorno.
After spending four months in Rome, he withdrew with Louis IV to Viterbo, but in December 1328 the papal legate Cardinal Orsini began a campaign against Viterbo and Corneto.
After the Italian republican Felice Orsini tried to assassinate the French emperor with a bomb made in Britain, the French were outraged ( see Orsini affair ).
In consequence, after the attempt is made ( the Orsini incident of 1858 ), the Emperor makes him Minister of the Interior with power to maintain peace and national security at any cost.
Orsini was arrested in 1844 along with his father, implicated in revolutionary plots and condemned to imprisonment for life.
After six months of siege, Urban was freed by two Neapolitan barons who had sided with Louis of Anjou, Raimondello Orsini and Tommaso di Sanseverino.
The Orsini had orders to avoid a direct confrontation with the advancing French, and spent the next several weeks engaged in light skirmishing.
Lorenzo had many children with his wife Clarice Orsini, including the future Pope Leo X and his eventual successor in Florence, Piero the Unfortunate.
It is the work of Pier Francesco Orsini, called Vicino ( 1528 – 1588 ), a condottiero or mercenary and a patron of the arts, was greatly devoted to his wife Giulia Farnese, daughter of Galeazzo Farnese, Duke of Latera, ( not to be confused with Giulia Farnese ) and when she died, he created the gardens.
The league's troops, under Muzio Attendolo, Braccio da Montone and other condottieri, invaded the Papal lands under Ladislaus ' control and moved to Rome ; Orsini, left by Ladislaus to protect the city, switched to them with 2, 000 men.
1992 finds Ted Orsini, of Orsini Vineyards-the spitting image of Tad-doing business in NYC with fairly new resident to Pine Valley, Dimitri Marick.