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    • Venice. A few months later, the Archbishop of Cologne who already had had
    • Maximilian on one of the latter's expeditions against Venice. During his
    • appeared in Venice, Niccolo Machiavelli wrote The Prince, a landmark
    • Bruno reached Venice after traveling across northern Italy from Turin, but
    • of ninety-nine — had died. However, Venice was the center of the publishing
    • was the latter who took Bruno's writings to Venice. There these were found by a
    • Mocenigo, inviting him to visit him in Venice, promising him safe conduct
    • families of Venice. Therefore, Bruno crossed the Alps and descended into
    • Italy, arriving in Venice in October, 1591.
    • Bruno was kept in the prison at Venice for nine months, and at the end of



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