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  1. Caterina Sforza - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia

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    Caterina Sforza (1463 – 28 May 1509) was an Italian noblewoman along with the Countess of Forlì and Lady of Imola, firstly with her husband Girolamo Riario, and after his death as a regent of her son Ottaviano. Caterina Sforza - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia

  2. Caterina Sforza: A Renaissance Warrior Woman That Knew How to ...

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    Nov 25, 2015 · Caterina Sforza was a powerful force to be contended with in Renaissance Italy. She has been called a Renaissance virago (woman who fights like a man), a lioness, tigress, and a warrior woman. One of her more flamboyant acts of defiance was even made famous by Machiavelli. Driven and powerful, Cater

  3. Caterina Sforza - departments.kings.edu

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    Born as the illegitimate daughter of Galeazzo Maria Sforza in 1462, Caterina Sforza became a unique women for her time. Caterina left her home for Rome after her father's death. She began her life fulfilling her duties as wife and mother of eight but than she began to fulfill roles usually reserved to men.

  4. Women of History: Caterina Sforza

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    Oct 27, 2007 · Caterina was the bastard daughter of Galeazzo Maria Sforza, though she became the legitimized daughter of Lucrezia Landiani (she had two mothers throughout her youth). At the age of 9yo, Caterina was engaged to Girolamo Riaria (relative of the reigning Pope). Aged 14, Caterina's father was murdered shortly after her proxy marriage (1477).

  5. Caterina Sforza - MyAnimeList.net

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    Caterina Sforza A woman of strong will and determination, Caterina Sforza leads the special operation group AX, a sub-section of the Department of Foreign Affairs. Her subordinates frequently solve cases that involve subduing or eradicating rogue vampires.

  6. Castelo di Caterina Sforza - Castles.org

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    Catrerina Sforza wife of Girolamo Riario, ruled from 1488 to Forli 1500 woman of strong personality famous not only for good governance, also because after the assassination of her husband who was murdered by Girolamo Riario Orsi family, his wife Caterina, seven months pregnant, was made prisoner, but with a trick he managed to barricade ...

  7. Caterina Sforza | The Municipal Machiavelli

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    There’s a famous story about Caterina, the Countess of Sforza, told by Machiavelli in Chapter III of The Discourses.He tells a thinner, less explicit version in Chapter VII of The Florentine Histories.

  8. Caterina Sforza - EcuRed

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    Caterina Sforza. Condesa de Imola y Forlí, luchó con valentía por los derechos de sus hijos llegando a enfrentarse al papa, al que intentó envenenar. Conocida con el mote de La diablesa encarnada, junto con el de vampiresa de la Romaña o Virago (mujer que actúa como un hombre) cruelísima.

  9. Lanfranco Vaccari, direttore di Mondo Nuovo, presenta l'articolo "Caterina Sforza: la tigre di Forlì" della rivista n°6, ottobre 2013. www.mondonuovo.eu

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  10. Caterina Sforza – Wikipédia

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    Caterina Sforza (Milánó, 1463 – Firenze, 1509. május 20.) itáliai arisztokrata nő, Galeazzo Maria Sforza milánói herceg házasságon kívüli leánya, Bianka Mária német-római császárné féltestvére, Bona Sforza lengyel királyné nagynénje, a Sforza-család tagja.

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