Peace of Cremona (1270)


The Peace of Cremona was concluded in 1270 between the Republic of Genoa and the Republic of Venice, ending the War of Saint Sabas. The peace was the result of pressure by France, the Pope, and Sicily, who moved the reluctant warring republics to conclude a five-year truce.[1]

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  1. ^ Hazlitt 1900, p. 404.

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Categories: 1270 in Europe | 1270s treaties | Cremona | Treaties of the Republic of Genoa | Treaties of the Republic of Venice | Peace treaties | War of Saint Sabas




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