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The title of this article is conjecture. Although canon, no official name for the subject of this article has been given.

A bodyguard of Moorish origin served Galeazzo Maria Sforza, the Duke of Milan.


On the 26 December 1476, the bodyguard accompanied Sforza to Milan Cathedral for high msass, unaware of a Templar plot to murder the Duke. When the conspirators struck, the bodyguard immediately engaged and killed several before joining the Assassin Giovanni Auditore da Firenze, who had arrived too late to intervene, in chasing down the man who had struck the first blow, Giovanni Andrea Lampugnani. Cornering the man against a wall, the bodyguard hooked the end of his battle-staff around Lampugnani's throat and, despite Giovanni's pleas not to, killed the Templar by snapping his neck. After spitting on Lampugnani's corpse, he went to mourn Sforza, who had died of his wounds.



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