Carlo de Tocco

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Carlo de Tocco (11 August 1592 - 14 February 1674), titular Duke of Leucada and Prince of Montemiletto, was an Italian aristocrat, nobleman and military officer.


Tocco was born into the Tocco family that had previously ruled the Republic of Genoa during the 14th century and the Despotate of Epirus during the 15th century.

Tocco fought during the 30 Years' War for the Holy Roman Empire. In 1642 he was made a Knight of the Order of the Golden Fleece.[1]



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