Ugone della Volta
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Ugone della Volta was the second Archbishop of Genoa from 1163 to 1188 after Siro de' Porcello. He was a peacemaker in the city of Genoa, mediating between the various factions and families at a time when it was growing into a Mediterranean power.
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