captured the city of Vercelli, besieged Novara, invaded Como, and destroyed many other places opposed to him. In the end [1014-15], worn down by labor and sickness and deprived of his kingdom, he was content with the monastery named Fruttuaria alone. There, after the regalia had been placed upon the altar and he had donned the habit of a pauper, he fell asleep in his own timeRate it:(0.00 / 0 votes)Say it

Arnulf of Milan

Arnulf of Milan, or Arnulfus Mediolanensis was a medieval chronicler of events in Northern Italy.

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