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  1. Teresa, Contessa Guiccioli (1800–1873) was the married lover of Lord Byron while he was living in Ravenna and writing the first five cantos of Don Juan. She wrote the biographical account Lord Byron's Life in Italy. On 19 January 1818, Teresa married an elderly diplomat, Count Alessandro Guiccioli, who was 50 years her senior.

    • 1873 (aged 72–73)
    • Saint Claire's Monastery at Faenza
  2. Cattolicesimo. Teresa Gamba, contessa Guiccioli, successivamente marchesa di Boissy ( Ravenna, 1799 / 1800 – Settimello, 27 marzo 1873 ), è stata una nobile e scrittrice italiana, celebre per essere stata l'amante di Lord Byron .

  3. At the time of her meeting with the poet, Teresa was eighteen, and had been married for a little more than a year to Conte Alessandro Guiccioli, an eccentric and avaricious old patrician of...

  4. relationship with Byron In Lord Byron: Life and career But a chance meeting with Countess Teresa Gamba Guiccioli, who was only 19 years old and married to a man nearly three times her age, reenergized Byron and changed the course of his life. Byron followed her to Ravenna, and she later accompanied him back to Venice. Byron returned to… Read More

  5. 2 de mar. de 2015 · A letter from the famous poet Lord Byron to his former lover Teresa Guiccioli, who was a countess and a nun. He expresses his love and admiration for her, and complains about their separation and the language barrier. The letter is in English and Italian, with a translation in the footnote.

  6. At a party in Venice in April, Byron was introduced to Countess Teresa Guiccioli. The attraction was instantaneous and within a few days they became lovers. Byron, already tired of his life of...