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In 1360 he became the second capitano del popolo in Mantua, having been appointed to that position at an old age (70), together with his son Ugolino, who most likely held the effective power until his assassination (14 October 1362) by the brothers Francesco and Ludovico. He was in charge in 1368 when Mantua was occupied by Barnabò Visconti, although the city was freed through the intervention of emperor Charles IV. With the peace of Bologna, Mantua obtained the lands of Cavriana, Castiglione delle Stiviere, Solferino, Volta, Medole and Ceresara.
He died in 1369 and was succeeded by his son, by Beatrix of Bar, Ludovico II in the city's government.
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