About Triadano Gritti da Sebenico
Triadan Gritti was the 15th century Venetian commander-in-chief in Scutari. Triadan Gritti was appointed as Venetian captain general instead of Pietro Mocenigo. Gritti led the Venetian fleet of six galleys which sailed early in May 1474 to protect the coast of Albania Veneta and especially the mouths of river Bojana. Gritti joined Mocenigo in Venetian fortress Scutari and they both ordered to Leonardo Boldu to find Ivan Crnojević and to urge him to mobilize as many of his men as possible to help Venetians during the 1474 Siege of Scutari. Boldu was also ordered to transport Crnojević's cavalry and infantry over Lake Scutari. After the discovery of the treason committed by Andreas Humoj, a member of Humoj family, during the 1478-9 Siege of Scutari Gritti sentenced him to death and had him executed by a man from Tuzi.