|Giuliano di Piero de' Medici|
26 April 1478
He was also both father and uncle to Giulio de' Medici, through his mistress and cousin, Fioretta Gorini; though the boy was born a month after Giuliano's death.
On April 26, 1478, Giuliano attended High Mass in Florence with his mistress, and his brother Lorenzo. However, before they could enter the Santa Maria del Fiore, they were attacked by the Pazzi conspirators.
Bernardo Baroncelli delivered the first blow, and slashed Guiliano in the chest. As Francesco de' Pazzi advanced on him, Guiliano begged for mercy, but Francesco refused, and stabbed him nineteen times in the chest, killing him.
- Giuliano's son, Giulio, went on to become Pope Clement VII.
- After saving Lorenzo de' Medici in "Wolves In Sheep's Clothing", Ezio could loot and pick up Giuliano's dead body.