At the end of the fifteenth century, Francesco Sforza's granddaughter Caterina, an illegitimate daughter of his oldest son, Galeazza, married a member of the Medici family. One of their grandsons was Cosimo I de' Medici, who became the second Duke of Florence. FRANCESCO SFORZA 1401-66 (ruled 1450-66) Rise to Power
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Francesco’s death without heirs ended the ducal male line, and the duchy passed to Charles V and the Habsburgs. Several other branches of the Sforza family survived, the descendants of Sforza Secondo (an illegitimate son of Francesco Sforza) becoming the counts Sforza, one of whom was the anti-Fascist statesman and foreign minister of Italy ...
March 3, 1455, Cremona. Sixth of the eight children of Francesco Sforza, first duke of Milan, and his second wife, Bianca Maria Visconti. The other siblings were Galeazzo Maria I, Ippolita Maria, Filippo Maria, Sforza Maria, Ludovico I Maria, Elisabetta and Ottaviano.
May 10, 2020 · Bona of Savoy married into the Sforza family and was Galeazzo Maria's second wife. In contrast to her fractious husband, Bona seemed to get along with everyone and to think the best of them even when the worst was on full display. Cultured, subtle and kind, Bona of Savoy ruled Milan after Galeazzo's assassination.
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May 19, 2019 · The children were entrusted to their paternal grandmother, Bianca Maria Visconti; subsequently, all were eventually adopted by Bona of Savoy, who became Galeazzo Maria’s second wife on 9 May 1468. At the Sforza court, frequented by writers and artists, Caterina and her siblings received a humanistic education.
Caterina Sforza, Countess of Forlì (early 1463 – 28 May 1509) was an Italian noblewoman, the illegitimate daughter of Galeazzo Maria Sforza, Duke of Milan and Lucrezia Landriani, the wife of the courtier Gian Piero Landriani, a close friend of the Duke. Raised in the refined Milanese court, Caterina later held the titles of Lady of Imola and Countess of Forlì, by her marriage to Girolamo Riario.
when in 1476 his father, Galeazzo Maria Sforza was assassinated and he became the Duke of Milan. His uncle, Ludovico Sforza acted as regent to the young Milan son Francesco I Sforza married Bianca Maria Visconti son Galeazzo Maria Sforza mistress Lucrezia Landriani daughter Bianca Maria 1472 1510 second of Galeazzo Maria Sforza is an oil on panel painting by Piero del Pollaiolo, now in the ...
Dec 22, 1994 · He was married to his second wife Polissena Sforza, the illegitimate daughter of Francesco Sforza, and had as his mistress Vanetta Toschi, daughter of a noble family of Fano. Vanetta bore him at least two children, Roberto in 1442, immediately after his marriage to Polissena, and Contessina in 1445, the year before Isotta became his mistress.