Fra' Pietro del Monte was an Italian nobleman who was the 50th Grand Master of the Order of Saint John from 1568 to 1572. Pietro del Monte was born in Italy in 1499. His original name was Guido Lotti, but took the name San Savino del Monti in 1550. He was a nephew of Pope Julius III. Prior to his arrival in Malta he was a friar in Capua. He also fought in the siege of Rhodes of 1522. The Order's fleet was also strengthened during his reign, and took part in the victorious Battle of Lepanto on 7 October 1571. Del Monte died on 26 January 1572 and was succeeded by Jean de la Cassière.

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  • Fra' Pietro del Monte, französisch auch Pierre de Monte (* 1499 in Italien; † 26. Januar 1572 in Valletta, Malta), war vom 23. August 1568 bis zu seinem Tod der 50. Großmeister des Malteserordens. Sein Familienname war eigentlich Guidalotti, jedoch nahm er im Rahmen des Pontifikats seines Onkels, Papst Julius III. (Giovanni Maria Ciocchi del Monte San Savino), dessen Nachnamen an. Vor seiner Wahl zum Großmeister war er Ordensbruder in Capua. (de)
  • Pietro del Monte (Italie, 1499 – La Vallette, 26 janvier 1572), est le 50e grand maître de l'ordre des Hospitaliers de Saint-Jean de Jérusalem. (fr)
  • Fra' Pietro del Monte was an Italian nobleman who was the 50th Grand Master of the Order of Saint John from 1568 to 1572. Pietro del Monte was born in Italy in 1499. His original name was Guido Lotti, but took the name San Savino del Monti in 1550. He was a nephew of Pope Julius III. Prior to his arrival in Malta he was a friar in Capua. He also fought in the siege of Rhodes of 1522. During the Great Siege of Malta of 1565, del Monte was in command of Fort Saint Michael in Senglea. For most of the siege, the fort was cut off from the bulk of the Order's forces in Birgu. Del Monte managed to hold the fort for 55 days until the arrival of de Toledo's relief force on 8 September. Del Monte was appointed as Grand Master on 23 August 1568, three days after his predecessor Jean Parisot de Valette's death. During his rule as Grand Master, del Ponte continued the construction of the new capital Valletta. In 1569, he built Del Monte Gate to a design by Francesco Laparelli. This gate was demolished by the British in 1884 to make way for the larger Victoria Gate. The Order officially moved to the city of Valletta during del Monte's reign, on 18 March 1571. The Order's fleet was also strengthened during his reign, and took part in the victorious Battle of Lepanto on 7 October 1571. Del Monte died on 26 January 1572 and was succeeded by Jean de la Cassière. (en)
  • Figlio di Francesco e Margherita Ciocchi del Monte, zia di Giulio III, successe al Gran Maestro La Vallette a Malta. Egli continuò l'opera del suo predecessore nella costruzione della città de La Valletta. Uno dei suoi più grandi contributi dalla storia di Malta fu la costruzione della Porta Del Monte che venne demolita nell'Ottocento e rimpiazzata con la Porta Vittoria, eretta dal governo britannico in onore della propria regina. (it)
  • Pietro del Monte San Savino (1499 - Valletta, 1572) was afkomstig uit Lombardije en was een ridder in de Maltezer Orde. In 1568 volgde hij Jean de la Valette op als grootmeester van de Orde. Hij was een neef van Paus Julius III. (nl)
  • Pietro del Monte foi o italiano que sucedeu a La Vallette como grão-mestre da Ordem de São João entre 1568 e 1572. (pt)
  • Pietro del Monte San Savino, właśc. Pietro Guidalotti (ur. 1499 w Monte San Savino, zm. 26 stycznia 1572 w Vallettcie) − 50. Wielki Mistrz Zakonu Kawalerów Maltańskich (joannitów) w latach 1568–1572, Włoch, spowinowacony z papieżem Juliuszem III. (pl)
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  • Fra' Pietro del Monte, französisch auch Pierre de Monte (* 1499 in Italien; † 26. Januar 1572 in Valletta, Malta), war vom 23. August 1568 bis zu seinem Tod der 50. Großmeister des Malteserordens. Sein Familienname war eigentlich Guidalotti, jedoch nahm er im Rahmen des Pontifikats seines Onkels, Papst Julius III. (Giovanni Maria Ciocchi del Monte San Savino), dessen Nachnamen an. Vor seiner Wahl zum Großmeister war er Ordensbruder in Capua. (de)
  • Pietro del Monte (Italie, 1499 – La Vallette, 26 janvier 1572), est le 50e grand maître de l'ordre des Hospitaliers de Saint-Jean de Jérusalem. (fr)
  • Figlio di Francesco e Margherita Ciocchi del Monte, zia di Giulio III, successe al Gran Maestro La Vallette a Malta. Egli continuò l'opera del suo predecessore nella costruzione della città de La Valletta. Uno dei suoi più grandi contributi dalla storia di Malta fu la costruzione della Porta Del Monte che venne demolita nell'Ottocento e rimpiazzata con la Porta Vittoria, eretta dal governo britannico in onore della propria regina. (it)
  • Pietro del Monte San Savino (1499 - Valletta, 1572) was afkomstig uit Lombardije en was een ridder in de Maltezer Orde. In 1568 volgde hij Jean de la Valette op als grootmeester van de Orde. Hij was een neef van Paus Julius III. (nl)
  • Pietro del Monte foi o italiano que sucedeu a La Vallette como grão-mestre da Ordem de São João entre 1568 e 1572. (pt)
  • Pietro del Monte San Savino, właśc. Pietro Guidalotti (ur. 1499 w Monte San Savino, zm. 26 stycznia 1572 w Vallettcie) − 50. Wielki Mistrz Zakonu Kawalerów Maltańskich (joannitów) w latach 1568–1572, Włoch, spowinowacony z papieżem Juliuszem III. (pl)
  • Fra' Pietro del Monte was an Italian nobleman who was the 50th Grand Master of the Order of Saint John from 1568 to 1572. Pietro del Monte was born in Italy in 1499. His original name was Guido Lotti, but took the name San Savino del Monti in 1550. He was a nephew of Pope Julius III. Prior to his arrival in Malta he was a friar in Capua. He also fought in the siege of Rhodes of 1522. The Order's fleet was also strengthened during his reign, and took part in the victorious Battle of Lepanto on 7 October 1571. Del Monte died on 26 January 1572 and was succeeded by Jean de la Cassière. (en)
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