Casanova, Giovanni Jacopo

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Casanova, Giovanni Jacopo

(1725–1798) myriad amours made his name synonymous with philanderer. [Ital. Hist.: Benét, 172]
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1798: Giovanni Casanova, Italian adventurer, lover and romancer, died in Bohemia.
One of his earliest customers was Giovanni Casanova, who purchased 12 English caps, as he called them.
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En su cama estuvieron mas de mil 600 amantes y prostitutas, mucho mas de las que tenia el mas famoso mujeriego de todas las epocas y de todos los pueblos: Giovanni Casanova.
1798: Giovanni Casanova, renowned for his sexual exploits.
o 1798 Giovanni Casanova, Italian adventurer, lover and romancer, died at his Castle of Waldstein, Bohemia.
One early client, Giovanni Casanova, bought 12 English caps, as he called them.
1798 Giovanni Casanova,Italian adventurer,lover and romancer, died at his Castle of Waldstein, Bohemia.
1725 Giovanni Casanova, Italian adventurer, gambler, secret agent and "world's greatest lover", was born in Venice.