Fra Diavolo (17601806)

Fra Diavolo, chief of a band of Italian brigands, born in Calabria; leader in sundry Italian insurrections; was hanged at Naples for treachery, in spite of remonstrances from England; gave name to an opera by Auber, but only the name (17601806).

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

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Fox, William Johnson
Foxe, John
Foyers, Fall of
Fra Diavolo
Fracas`toro, Girolamo
Fragonard, Jean Honoré
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