Alberto I della Scala

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Alberto I della Scala
Alberto della Scala.gif
Spouse(s) Verde of Salizzolo
Noble family Scaliger
Father Jacopino della Scala
Mother Elisa Superbi
Died 3 September 1301(1301-09-03)
Verona

Alberto I della Scala (died September 3, 1301) was lord of Verona from 1277, a member of the Scaliger family.

The son of Jacopino della Scala, he was podestà of Mantua in 1272 and 1275. In 1277, after the assassination of his brother Mastino, inherited the seigniory of Verona.

Alberto died in Verona in 1301. His son Bartolomeo succeeded him. His other sons Alboino and Francesco (Cangrande) were also lord of Verona from 1304 and 1312, respectively. His daughter Costanza married Obizzo II d'Este, Marquis of Ferrara, as his second wife.

Sources[edit]

  • Carrara, M. (1966). Gli Scaligeri. Varese: Dell'Oglio. 


Alberto I della Scala
Died: 3 September 1301
Preceded by
Mastino I
Lord of Verona
1277–1301
Succeeded by
Bartolomeo I