Sort of, but he was not recognized by all the electors, some of whom elected another candidate. I can find no evidence that he was ever confirmed as bishop by the Holy See. In short, it's complicated...
Canon James of Tonengo, previously chaplain to Pope Urban IV (d.1264), was one of two Bishops of Vercelli elected by different factions of electors:
I see three flags:
Left center appears to have 3 vertically oriented stripes, with a dark stripe closest to the staff; based on @Justcal 's comment, this is probably France.
Center right which is more properly a pennant or ensign than a flag and dark with a yellow rosette. Quite possibly the Japanese Imperial Banner. (Hat tip to @ezekiel and @justcal )
There are several factors which contribute to the decline of Italian Immigration in the specified time frame, but to understand them we need better information. The source indicated does not help because it is only looking at information in 10 year increments and reveals no numerical information.
Another source about the History of Italian Immigration has a ...
Value and position of woman in society
Generally speaking, you could apply following rule of thumb- higher the position of women in society, higher the dowry. This is not universal, and there are exceptions, but it is mostly true. We will go by examples :
In Christian societies, especially as you mentioned in Roman Catholic Italy, marriage was monogamous ...
An older source, the 1883 work Leonardo Da Vinci, (with translations) , on page 340 seems to indicate this as also being from Codex Atlanticus, but folios 66 and 201.
These pages pg. 66, pg. 201 are mainly text at your online source, so may contain your original fable.
I found a little information which seems to match the individual you are asking about, matching the name and birth date given. A search through 19th century works came up with a hit in the 1889 Annuario della nobiltà italiana
This seems to give a simple family list. Letting Google attempt to translate the clip has the following interesting results:
Italian Wikipedia states
Martino Avogadro di Quaregna † ( 1244 - deceased July 1268 )
Vacant See (1268-1273)
Aimone di Challant † (21 December 1273 - 19 June 1303 died)
The arch-diocese itself lists as bishop:
Aimone di Challant (1268 – 19 giugno 1305)
The Italian government spent a lot on military equipment in 1930-35, and at the end of that period, Italy was well-armed by the standards of the time. However, from 1935, the costs of wars in Ethiopia, Spain, and Albania dominated the military budget, preventing much expenditure on equipment.
This happened at the same time that Germany was demonstrating a ...
The reason appears to be the difference in the natures of the governments of the three countries.
In the case of the two European countries, it was believed that the governments had been "hijacked" by Hitler's Nazis and Mussolini's Fascists, respectively. The German version, in particular, appears to reflect this view: "Acts tending to and ...