Niccolo Zoagli

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Niccolo Zoagli
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15th Lifetime Doge of the Republic of Genoa
In office
May 24, 1394 – August 17, 1394
Preceded by Antoniotto di Montaldo
Succeeded by Antonio Guarco

Nicolò Zoagli was a politician and statesman who became doge of the Republic of Genoa. He took office after his predecessor, Antoniotto di Montaldo, had to flee the city due to the conflict between the local nobility, in particular between the Mondaldo and Adorno families. Nicolò stayed in office until August 17 when he stepped down in favor of Antonio Guarco.


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