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In 1526, the 28-year-old Giovanni de' Medici, knight of the noble art of war, was captain of the Papal army in the campaign against Charles V's Lanschenets. He was a living myth, fought over by princes for his great experience in the PROFESSION OF ARMS. Smiled on by fortune and desired by women, he was ruined by the introduction of firearms. A young man's death is a curse against fate; often it reveals the stupidity of human behavior.