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  1. Caterina Visconti - Wikipedia

    Caterina Visconti (1361 – 17 October 1404) was Duchess of Milan as the second spouse of Gian Galeazzo Visconti, the first Duke of Milan, and was the mother of two succeeding Dukes of Milan, Gian Maria and Filippo Maria Visconti. Caterina served as Regent of Milan from 1402 to 1404, during her elder son's minority, but due to Gian Maria's ...

  2. Caterina Visconti - Wikipedia

    Caterina Visconti (Milano, 12 luglio 1362 – Monza, 17 ottobre 1404), figlia di Bernabò Visconti, signore di Milano, e di Beatrice Regina della Scala, fu l'ultima signora consorte di Milano, dal 1385 al 1395, e la prima duchessa consorte di Milano, dal 1395 al 1402 (anno della morte del marito), in quanto seconda moglie di Gian Galeazzo Visconti, suo cugino di primo grado.

    • Nessuno, se stessa come Signora consorte di Milano (nuova creazione)
    • 5 settembre 1395 (il marito)
  3. Caterina Visconti - Wikipedia

    Caterina Visconti, Duquesa de Milán (1361 - 17 d'ochobre de 1404), foi miembru de la noble familia italiana Visconti, que gobernó Milán dende 1277 a 1447.Ella foi la segunda esposa de Gian Galeazzo Visconti, primer duque de Milán, y foi la madre de dos fíos, socesivos duques de Milán, Giovanni Maria Visconti y Filippo María Visconti.

  4. Category:Caterina Visconti - Wikimedia Commons

    Caterina Visconti Duchess of Milan (1361 – 1404), second wife of Gian Galeazzo Visconti, first Duke of Milan ... Upload media Wikipedia: Date of birth: c. 12 July ...

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  6. Gian Maria Visconti - Wikipedia

    Gian Maria Visconti (or Giovanni Maria; 7 September 1388 – 16 May 1412) was the second Visconti Duke of Milan, the son of Gian Galeazzo Visconti and Caterina Visconti. Biography [ edit ] Gian Galeazzo Visconti , with his three sons, presents a model of the Certosa di Pavia to the Virgin (Certosa di Pavia).

    • 3 September 1402 – 16 May 1412
    • Gian Galeazzo
  7. Bianca Maria Visconti - Wikipedia

    On 24 October 1441 Francesco Sforza and Bianca Maria Visconti were wed in the Abbey of San Sigismondo in Cremona, preferring that city's Cathedral for security reasons. In the typical Italian Renaissance manner, feasts lasted for several days and included a sumptuous banquet, tournaments, a palio, allegorical carts and a huge cake reproduction of the Torrazzo, the city's main tower.

  8. Visconti of Milan - Wikipedia

    The Visconti of Milan are a noble Italian family. They rose to power in Milan during the Middle Ages where they ruled from 1277 to 1447, initially as lords then as dukes, and several collateral branches still exist.

  9. Caterina Visconti - Viquipèdia, l'enciclopèdia lliure

    Caterina Visconti (Milà, Senyoriu de Milà, 1360 - Monza, Ducat de Milà, 1404) fou una donzella noble que va esdevenir duquessa consort del Ducat de Milà.Família. Fou la setena filla de Bernabé Visconti i la seva esposa, Beatriu della Scala.

  10. Kateřina Visconti – Wikipedieřina_Visconti

    Kateřina Visconti (1361, Milán – 17. října 1404, Monza) byla jako druhá manželka prvního milánského vévody Giana Galeazza Viscontiho milánskou vévodkyní a matkou následujících milánských vévodů, Giana Maria a Filipa Maria Viscontiových.

  11. Caterina Sforza - Wikipedia

    The following year, in March 1478, Caterina gave birth to her first child, a daughter named Bianca after both Girolamo's mother, Bianca della Rovere, and Caterina's paternal grandmother, Bianca Maria Visconti. Caterina subsequently gave birth to five more children in the next nine years.