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“While Valentin's son is uniting the people of Tigana as well as other people who despise Brandin and the sorceror Alberico who is also trying to conquer as much of the land of the Five Palms as possible, Dianora di Tigana masquerades as Dianora di Certando and allows herself to be captured as one of Brandin's courtesans with the intent of killing him and restoring the name of her homeland.”
“Alberico I, Duke of Camerino (897), and afterwards of Spoleto, married the notorious Marozia; he was killed by the Romans in 924.”
“Alberico (1010), founder of the Abbey of Sant'Abondio; Rainaldo”
“St. Gregory the Great; Olderico (1024); Alberico di Merlino (1160);”
“The tyrannical Ezzelino IV drove the Guelphs out of Vicenza, and caused his brother, Alberico, to be elected podesta (1230).”
“One of the advocates of this doctrine was the philosopher and teacher Cicero who, even prior to Alberico”
“Alberico Gentili (c. 1550-c.1608), Italian jurist whose book De jure belli paved the way for the work of Hugo”
“As Lea says,  the treatment of Alberico, brother of Ezzelino da Romano, and his family (1259) shows the ferocity of the age.”
“Furthermore, he induced the Marquis of Este to take in marriage a daughter of Alberico da Romano.”
“The bridesmaid, who had done her makeup to match the wedding theme, even made it into the wedding photos of Jonathan Alberico and Jamie Wilborn who married last Saturday.”
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