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Real Madrid FCGirardi), vassal of Boniface of Canossa, mentioned. On June 18, 1051, "Odo", i.e. Oddone (II), from Gherardo da Cornazzano was in Spilamberto with Ubaldo, Vuido, Ato, Borello, Alberto and Vulgarello, vassals of Boniface of Canossa, prince and margrave of Tuscany, who passed a verdict over the judicial rights, the castle and the chapel of Sala in the area of ​​Modena in favor of Cadalus, Bishop of Parma. The same Gerardo was part of the entourage of Henry V in May 1116 in the castle of Governolo at the ceremony at which he received the inheritance acquired from Mathilde. On May 15, 1076, Gandolfo da Cornazzano or Gandulfus de Cornazano appeared as a witness to the donation of Giulia, widow of Arcoino, over two households in the Reggio area, in Prato Arneri near Corviaco (today Cavriago) and in Casale Revani by Poviglio in favor of the cathedral chapter of Parma, where his son Giovanni was archdeacon. 2005/06 May 13, 2006 Millennium Stadium, Cardiff FC Liverpool 3-3 n. He quickly adapted to his new surroundings and after scoring the first goal in the 5-1 defeat against Aston Villa, he scored four more goals in the remaining six games of the 1907/08 season. The following year he became Liverpool FC's top scorer with 20 goals (eight goals more than his second-best teammate Joe Hewitt) and was largely responsible for narrowly staying in the league.

Serie a Aicardo da Cornazzano became cardinal priest, but in 1170 he was expelled from the see of Parma as a schismatic and no further information can be found about him. The following year, 1163, a relative of the influential imperial captain Gherardo (IV) da Cornazzano, Aicardo, came to the episcopal see of the diocese of Parma. Gherardo (IV) da Cornazzano, the condottiere from Parma, was delegated by Barbarossa to receive the handover of the Porta Romana by the Milanese. A hypothesis that could be confirmed by the existence of two contemporary notarial documents that, according to Ireneo Affò, date from around 1015. Ireneo Affò wrote: “In this way the Da Cornazzano family, which came from Parma, was divided into two main branches, which resided with much splendor in the two cities. The family emerged unsuccessful from the conflict with the episcopal chapter and was forced to sell these properties. Due to the promotion of the Hildesheim Invaders and the lack of relegation from the GFL North, the Bielefeld Bulldogs remained in the GFL 2 North despite the sporting relegation. Other scholars believe that the Da Cornazzanos were in the Parma area until the time of Bishop Sigifredo II.

This election symbolically demonstrated the high prestige of the Da Cornazzano family, associated with the Emperor Frederick Barbarossa, which grew in authority in 1164 as the bishop also accreted the title and function of Imperial Podestà of Parma. The first mention of the "nomen" Da Cornazzano can be found in a judgment made on November 21, 1046 by Bishop Dietmar or Teutemario of Chur in Parma, which was confirmed by Emperor Henry III. Bishop Enrico di Parma thus confirmed the monastery of San Paolo all his possessions and the first names of the Cornazzano family are probably recorded there in the sequence Oddone (I) and Gerardo (I), i.e. Gerardus filius Oddoni. His son, Gherardo (IV), i.e. Gerardus filius predicti Gerardi, was burdened with it to live in Piacenza for at least one month a year in peacetime and even three in wartime. Also in St. Mary's Cathedral you can read a document signed by Adegerius notarius sacri palacii, in which the canon Lanfrancus, filius Gandulfi de Cornazzano can be found.

Liverpool Victoria When the canons of the Cathedral of Parma established their own sovereignty in the same places in the second half of the 12th century, relations with the Da Cornazzano family were intensified. Others were able to exploit their best qualities by making use of them, as well as their personal talents, their studies in the legal field, their experiences as vassals in the civil field. Revolutionary overthrow plans were virtually non-existent among union members. Historians have, not without causing confusion, identified this eminent personality from the house of Da Cornazzano under various names, known to some as "Gherardus Tertius", others as "Terzo da Cornazzano", the third-born of a certain Pietro da Cornazzano. Gherardo (III) also appears as a witness in Piadena in 1096, in Lucca in 1099 and finally in a document signed in Guastalla on March 29, 1101, with which the countess, summoned by Archpriest Giovanni, confirmed her high guardianship of the local monastery of San Pietro confirmed. In March 1162, Milan surrendered to the enemy after a long battle. At the end of the year, the forces recruited in Parma, horse archers and foot soldiers, under the command of Gherardo (IV) da Cornazzano, reached those of the other Lombard cities and the imperial army in the camp of Lodi to besiege Milan until the surrender of the city followed.