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" ... to ransom and for a reason truly Italian — that the retention of so many husbands in captivity would prevent their wives from renewing the population, and that Pisa must in consequence decline. This infernal policy succeeded ; when, after sixteen... "
Europe During the Middle Ages ... - Page 80
by Samuel Astley Dunham - 1833
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The Historians' History of the World: Italy

Henry Smith Williams - 1904
...infernal policy succeeded ; when, after sixteen years' warfare, peace was made, scarcely a thousand remained to be restored to their country. But Pisa...their head, entered into an alliance with Genoa to crush the falling republic, which had rendered itself so obnoxious by its Ghibelline spirit. In this...
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Italy

Henry Smith Williams - 1907
...infernal policy succeeded ; when, after sixteen years' warfare, peace was made, scarcely a thousand remained to be restored to their country. But Pisa...their head, entered into an alliance with Genoa to crush the falling republic, which had rendered itself so obnoxious by its Ghibelline spirit. lix this...
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