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  1. Isabella of Aragon, Duchess of Milan - Wikipedia

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    Isabella of Aragon (2 October 1470 – 11 February 1524), also known as Isabella of Naples, was Duchess of Milan by marriage to Gian Galeazzo Sforza and suo jure Duchess of Bari. Her life was characterised by the political crises surrounding the Italian Wars. Isabella often found herself torn between her native Kingdom of Naples and her marital home of the Duchy of Milan, causing her to suffer personal and political difficulties.

  2. Talk:Isabella of Aragon, Duchess of Milan - Wikipedia

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    Isabella of Aragon, Duchess of Milan → Isabella of Naples. There was nothing incorrect about the former title. She was the daughter of a king of Naples, not of a king of Aragon. She doesn't have an "official name", being a princess who lived five centuries ago.

  3. Isabella of Aragon - Wikipedia

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    Elizabeth of Aragon, aka Isabella, daughter of Peter III of Aragon and Constantia of Sicily; queen consort to Denis of Portugal; Isabella of Aragon, Duchess of Milan, daughter of Alfonso II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza. She was wife of Gian Galeazzo Sforza; Isabella I of Castile, daughter of John II of Castile and Isabel of Portugal. Queen consort of Ferdinand II of Aragon, also known as Isabella I of Aragon

  4. Isabella of Aragon, Duchess of Milan | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Isabella of Aragon (Italian language: Isabella d'Aragona 2 October 1470 – February 11, 1524), also known as Isabella of Naples, was the daughter of King Alfonso II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza. From 1489 to 1494, she was the Duchess consort of Milan, and from 1499 to 1524 the suo jure Duchess of Bari and Princess of Rossano.

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  6. Isabella d'Aragona (1470 - 1524) - Genealogy

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    Mar 01, 2019 · Isabella of Aragon, Duchess of Milan From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Isabella di Aragona (October 2, 1470 – February 11, 1524) was born a princess of Naples, granddaughter of King Ferdinand I of Naples and daughter of King Alphonse II of Naples by his wife, Ippolita Maria Sforza.

  7. Ippolita Maria Sforza - Wikipedia

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    Isabella of Aragon, daughter of Ippolita Maria Sforza and Alfonso II of Naples On 10 October 1465, in Milan, Ippolita, aged nineteen, married Alfonso, Duke of Calabria (4 November 1448 – 18 December 1495), the eldest son of King Ferdinand I of Naples and Isabella of Clermont , Duchess of Calabria. [6]

  8. Bona of Savoy - Wikipedia

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    Bona of Savoy, Duchess of Milan (10 August 1449 – 23 November 1503) was Duchess consort of Milan as the second spouse of Galeazzo Maria Sforza, Duke of Milan.She served as regent of Milan during the minority of her son 1476–1481.

  9. Christina of Denmark - Wikipedia

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    She became the duchess - consort of Milan, then duchess-consort of Lorraine. She served as the regent of Lorraine from 1545 to 1552 during the minority of her son. She was also a claimant to the thrones of Denmark, Norway and Sweden in 1561–1590. Finally, she was sovereign Lady of Tortona in 1578–1584.

  10. Bona Sforza - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Bona Sforza d’Aragona (2 February 1494 – 19 November 1557) was Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania as the second wife of Sigismund I the Old, and Duchess of Bari and Rossano by her own right. She was a surviving member of the powerful House of Sforza, which ruled the Duchy of Milan since 1447.