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Lupo family [de Milano, de Almaliach]locked

  • Peter Holman

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Family of string players, active in Italy and then England. They were Sephardi Jews, and it is likely that they were expelled from Spain in 1492 and subsequently settled in Milan and Venice. Three individuals ‘de Milano’, Ambrosio, Romano and Alexandro, were among the six string players recruited in Venice for the English court in ...

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