Pal Gazulli

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Pal Gazulli or Paulus Gassulus (1405 - 1470) was an Albanian Catholic priest, scholar and diplomat under Skanderbeg service. After the death of Đorđe Pelinović in 1463, he became the personal ambassador of Skanderbeg in Republic of Venice.[1][2] On 13 December 1463 he represented Skanderbeg at the Venetian Senate.[3] His brother Gjon was also a diplomat of the League of Lezhë.

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  1. ^ Byzantion: revue internationale des études byzantines, Volume 63 Authors Société belge d'études byzantines, Centre national de recherches byzantines, Byzantine Institute of America Editors Paul Graindor, Henri Grégoire Publisher Fondation Byzantine, 1993 p. 34
  2. ^ Gjergj Pelini the abbot of Rotec, diplomat of Skanderbeg by Jahja Drançolli PhD in "Buzuku" Informative, social and cultural magazine 23 October 2008, Ulqin, Montenegro. p. 5 (in Albanian)
  3. ^ Ljubić, Šime (1868–1891), Listine o odnošajih izmedju južnoga slaventsva i mletačke republike (Documents about the relations of South Slavs and Venetian Republic), XXV X, Zagreb, p. 293, OCLC 68872994, "Quod ad declarationes capitulorum magnifici doraini Scanderbegi, quas spectabilis dominus Paulus Gassulus..."