Foscari (13701457)

Foscari, a Doge of Venice from 1423 to his death; his reign was distinguished by the glories of conquest, but his life was embittered by the misfortunes of his sons, and the judicial tortures inflicted on one of them which he was compelled to witness; he died at the age of 87, broken-hearted (13701457).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Forwards, Marshal * Foscolo, Ugo
Fort Augustus
Fort George
Fort William
Fortescue, Sir John
Forth
Fortuna
Fortunatus
Forty Thieves
Forum
Forwards, Marshal
Foscari
Foscolo, Ugo
Foster, Birket
Foster, John
Fotheringay
Foucault, John Bernard
Fouché, Joseph
Foula
Fould, Achille
Foulis, Robert
Foulon

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