Dino Compagni

1255 - 1324

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Dino Compagni (c. 1255 – February 26, 1324) was an Italian historical writer and political figure. Dino is an abridgement of Aldobrandino or Ildebrandino. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Dino Compagni has received more than 23,519 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Dino Compagni is the 264th most popular historian, the 2,908th most popular biography from Italy and the 18th most popular Italian Historian.

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Among historians, Dino Compagni ranks 264 out of 341Before him are William H. McNeill, Gerhard Friedrich Müller, Gustave Lanson, J. B. Bury, A. J. P. Taylor, and John Keegan. After him are Ernest Lavisse, Henrik Gabriel Porthan, Heinrich Ewald, Mikhail Artamonov, Peter Gay, and Heinrich Gelzer.

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Among people born in 1255, Dino Compagni ranks 7Before him are Duccio, Albert I of Germany, Adolf of Germany, Ferdinand de la Cerda, George, Emperor of Trebizond, and Andrey of Gorodets.  Among people deceased in 1324, Dino Compagni ranks 6Before him are Marco Polo, Malhun Hatun, Marie of Luxembourg, Queen of France, Emperor Go-Uda, and Henry II of Jerusalem. After him is Irene of Brunswick.

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In Italy

Among people born in Italy, Dino Compagni ranks 2,908 out of 4,088Before him are Giovanni Soranzo (1240), Ippolito Nievo (1831), Francesco Sabatini (1721), Dorino Serafini (1909), Angelo Anquilletti (1943), and Ennio de Concini (1923). After him are Antonio Pietrangeli (1919), Gianfranco Fini (1952), Mario Pizziolo (1909), Pierluigi Martini (1961), Giovanni Arduino (1714), and Domenico Lorenzo Ponziani (1719).


Among historians born in Italy, Dino Compagni ranks 18Before him are Andrea Alciato (1492), Flavio Biondo (1388), Philistus (-430), Festus (390), Quintus Claudius Quadrigarius (-200), and Antiochus of Syracuse (null). After him are Andrea Riccardi (1950).