Between sixteen thousand and eighteen thousand French and Genoese were killed, either cut down on deck or drowned.
Nissa, which became Nizza under the rule of the Genoese and of the Savoyards, had nothing of the provincial about it.
King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella learned of the Genoese explorer's success not from his own pen, but from the mouth of Santangel.
In this century also the Genoese founded trading factories on the banks of the Dniester.
The death of the Genoese leader did indeed bring the resistance to an end.
This seems to have begun through the action of the Genoese in blocking it with huge masses of stone in 1290.
The yoke of the Genoese continued longest, and was the heaviest.
This needy Genoese vested with the viceroyalty of a new world was more of an adventurer than any.
Genoese and Venetian traders came with their stores of Eastern goods.
How could this idea have occurred to the mind of a foreigner, a Genoese, alone in the midst of a Spanish colony!