The story of Zanzanù is symbolically the history of the birth of outlaw imagine in early modern age. Zanzanù firstly became a 'bandit' because he received a banishment penalty owing to the killing of a member of a rival family. But then, unable to establish a peace with his enemies, he couldn't return to his village and he followed a vengeance for his father killing. Survived to several ambushes of his enemies and of bounty killers who chased him, he soon entered the dimension of myth until he died the 17th of august 1617 in a bloody battle which lasted a full day.
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