Alberto II della Scala

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Alberto II della Scala (1306 – 13 September 1352) was lord of Verona from 1329 until his death. He was a member of the famous Scaliger family of northern Italy.

He was the son of Alboino I della Scala and Beatrice da Correggio. He co-ruled with his brother Mastino II until 1351. He lost Padua in 1338 and Belluno and Feltre in 1339.

After his death in Verona in 1352, he was succeeded by Mastino's sons.


Preceded by
Cangrande I della Scala
Lord of Verona
and Vicenza
With Mastino II (until 1351)

1329–1352
Succeeded by
Cangrande II della Scala
Lord of Padua
With Mastino II

1329–1337
Succeeded by
Marsilio da Carrara