He was also the Lord of Bari, Vasto, Monteodorisio, Pacentro, Arce, Trivento, Palena, Anversa, Valva, Campo di Giove. After the defeat of Braccio da Montone, his power was so great that the King himself started to fear.
His son Antonio Caldora sided with the Anjou against his sovereign, Ferdinand of Aragon. The rebellion was defeated in a historical battle near Montorio on 7 may 1486. Antonio Caldora found refuge in the state of the Church, and the populations of the hamlets around Civita Luparella sacked the castle and utterly destroyed it.