Ancient family, branch of the ancient Perugian lineage called "di Porta S. Pietro", from which many distinguished men emerged in the jury and among them: Gentile, Sigismondo and Angelo; Matthew was hearer of rota and then bishop; Niccolò was a cardinal; Jerome captain under Charles IX of France; Aurelius was under Duke Valentino. In this family it died out in 1680 with Pompeo, the family that had considerable importance in Perugia with Count Simone (1285). Mariotto was in command of the Perugia countryside in 1509; Joseph was primary reader of laws at home; Marcantonio di Muzio was a consistorial lawyer under Alexander VII; Pompeo was knight of S. Stefano and castellan of the fortress of Ascoli. Other branch. This family descends from the ancient Ubaldi and Baldi, who later became Baldeschi. Notable characters were: Professor Baldo (Perugia, 2 October 1327 - Pavia, 28 April 1400), Italian jurist, pupil of Bartolo ...
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