In 1467 the troops brought at that point from almost all over the Apennine Peninsula fought a battle of Molinella. Bartolomeo Colleoni commanded the army of the Republic of Venice and its allies, while Federico da Montefeltro, ruler of Urbino in 1444-82, headed the troops of Florence, Milan and Naples. A year later peace was made on the initiative of Pope Paul II, this therefore called Pax Paolina...
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