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      • Barbara of Brandenburg (1422 – 7 November 1481) was a Marchioness consort of Mantua, married in 1433 to Ludovico III Gonzaga, Marquis of Mantua. She was referred to as a virago because of her strong character and forceful nature, and served as Regent of Mantua several times during the absence of Ludivico III between 1445 and 1455.
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  1. Barbara of Brandenburg, Marquise of Mantua - Wikipedia

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    Barbara of Brandenburg was a Marchioness consort of Mantua, married in 1433 to Ludovico III Gonzaga, Marquis of Mantua. She was referred to as a virago because of her strong character and forceful nature, and served as Regent of Mantua several times during the absence of Ludivico III between 1445 and 1455. She is regarded as an important figure in the Italian Renaissance and was a student of Vittorino da Feltre.

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    • 7 November 1481 (aged 58–59), Mantua
  2. Barbara Gonzaga (Brandenburg-Kulmbach), marquise of Mantua ...

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    Italian: Barbara Gonzaga (di Hohenzollern), marchesa di Mantova. Birthdate: September 30, 1422. Birthplace: Berlin, Brandenburg, Deutschland (HRR) Death: November 07, 1481 (59) Mantova, Marcato di Mantova, Deutschland (HRR) Immediate Family:

  3. The Missal of Barbara of Brandenburg: the masterpiece of ...

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    Apr 28, 2012 · The Missal of Barbara of Brandenburg: the masterpiece of Girolamo da Cremona. Girolamo da Cremona created this incredible sacred music book in an incredibly rich artistic environment, upon recommendation by Andrea Mantegna. The Missal of Barbara of Brandenburg was created between 1442 and 1465, when the most prominent artists working in Mantua were Leon Battista Alberti, Pisanello and Vittorino da Feltre.

  4. Missal of Barbara of Brandenburg « Facsimile edition

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    The Missal of Barbara of Brandenburg was created between 1442 and 1465, when the most prominent artists working in Mantua were Leon Battista Alberti, Pisanello and Vittorino da Feltre. Other important artists of the time also included Andrea Mantegna, Girolamo da Cremona and Luca Fancelli. The Missal of Mantua was commissioned in 1442 by Gian Lucido Gonzaga to Belbello da Pavia, considered the most important representative of Late Gothic miniatures and noted for the renowned Offiziolo Alfonsino.

  5. Barbara of Brandenburg - Wikipedia

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    Barbara of Brandenburg may refer to: Barbara of Brandenburg, Marquise of Mantua (1422–1481) Barbara of Brandenburg (1464–1515), Queen of Bohemia. Barbara of Brandenburg-Ansbach-Kulmbach (1495–1552) Barbara of Brandenburg, Duchess of Brieg (1527–1595) This disambiguation page lists articles about people with the same name. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.

  6. Barbara Margravine of Saxe-Wittenberg von Sachsen-Wittenberg ...

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    May 23, 2020 · Daughter of Rudolph III Elector de Saxony and Barbara von Schlesien-Liegnitz, Herzogin zu Sachsen-Wittenberg und Kurfürstin zu Sachsen Wife of John II the Alchemist, Margrave of Brandenburg-Kulmbach Mother of Barbara Gonzaga, marquise of Mantua; Elisabeth of Brandenburg, Princess, Duchess of Pomerania; Rudolf von Brandenburg-Kulmbach, Prinz ...

  7. Mantua - Hyperleap

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    Barbara of Brandenburg (1422 – 7 November 1481) was a Marchioness consort of Mantua, married in 1433 to Ludovico III Gonzaga, Marquis of Mantua. Mantua Federico I Gonzaga, Marquess of Mantua Francesco Gonzaga (1444–1483) John, Margrave of Brandenburg-Kulmbach Rodolfo Gonzaga

  8. The Rise and Fall of a Court Artist in Renaissance Italy ...

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    Jun 19, 2015 · In 1449 he was in Mantua, executing miniatures for the unfinished missal requested by the Marquise Barbara of Brandenburg-Gonzaga. The very next year, though, he must have fled her court in Mantua, because he was convicted of sodomy and condemned to burn at the stake.

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    Barbara of Brandenburg, Marquise of Mantua Barbara of Brandenburg (1422 – 7 November 1481) was a Marchioness consort of Mantua, married in 1433 to Ludovico III Gonzaga, Marquis of Mantua.

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