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  1. Ludovico Sforza - Wikipedia

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    Ludovico Sforza was born on 27 July 1452 at Vigevano, in what is now Lombardy. He was the fourth son of Francesco I Sforza and Bianca Maria Visconti and, as such, was not expected to become ruler of Milan. Nevertheless, his mother, Bianca, prudently saw to it that his education was not restricted to the classical languages.

  2. Ludovico Sforza | duke of Milan | Britannica

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    Ludovico Sforza, Italian Renaissance regent (1480–94) and duke of Milan (1494–98), a ruthless prince and diplomatist and a patron of Leonardo da Vinci and other artists. Ludovico Sforza was the second son of Francesco Sforza, who had made himself duke of Milan. While still a child, he received the

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  3. House of Sforza - Wikipedia

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    The House of Sforza (pronounced ) was a ruling family of Renaissance Italy, based in Milan.They acquired the Duchy of Milan following the extinction of the Visconti family in the mid-15th century, Sforza rule ending in Milan with the death of the last member of the family's main branch in 1535.

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  4. Ludovico Sforza | Encyclopedia.com

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    Sforza, Ludovico (1452–1508) Duke of Milan from 1494 until 1499. The second son of Francesco I Sforza, he was born in the town of Vigevano in the Lombardy region of northern Italy [1].

  5. Leonardo da Vinci and Ludovico Sforza

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    Ludovico Sforza was the second son of Francesco Sforza, who had made himself duke of Milan. While still a child, he received the epithet il Moro (“the Moor”) because of his dark complexion and black hair. Ludovico married Beatrice d’Este, the beautiful and cultured daughter of the duke of Ferrara.

  6. ludovico sforza : definition of ludovico sforza and synonyms ...

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    Ludovico Sforza was born on July 27, 1452, at Vigevano, in what is now Lombardy. He was the fourth son of Francesco I Sforza and Bianca Maria Visconti and, as such, was not expected to become ruler of Milan. Nevertheless, his mother, Bianca, prudently saw to it that his education was not restricted to the classical languages.

  7. Ludovico Sforza - Wikipedia

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    Ludovico Maria Sforza (an aa kent as Ludovico il Moro; 27 Julie 1452 – 27 Mey 1508), wis Duke o Milan frae 1494 till 1499, follaein the daith o his nephew Gian Galeazzo Sforza.

  8. Biografia de Ludovico Sforza el Moro - Biografias y Vidas .com

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    Ludovico Sforza el Moro (Vigevano, 1452 - Loches, 1508) Duque de Milán (1494-1500). Hijo de Francesco I Sforza, después del asesinato de su hermano Galeazzo se asoció con la regente, Bona de Saboya. Nombrado duque de Bari (1479), ocupó la regencia de su sobrino Gian Galeazzo con el apoyo de Fernando I de Nápoles. Ludovico Sforza

  9. Ludovico Sforza – Wikipédia

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    Ludovico Maria Sforza (Vigevano, Lombardia, 1452. július 27. – Loches, Francia Királyság, 1508. május 27.), ragadványnevén Ludovico il Moro, a Sforza-házból való főnemes, I. Francesco Sforza milánói herceg fia, 1489-ben a Milánói Hercegség régense, 1494–1499 között Milánó uralkodó hercege, a művészetek nagy pártolója, Leonardo da Vinci és más képzőművészek ...

  10. Carta a Ludovico Sforza | Leonardo Da Vinci

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    Em meados de 1482, Leonardo Da Vinci enviou uma carta ao então duque de Milão, Ludovico Sforza, oferecendo seus trabalhos. Sabendo do seu interesse por assuntos bélicos, Da Vinci direcionou seus conhecimentos para atender os interesses do Duque, e nos deixou um belíssimo exemplo do que seria um currículo de um gênio da renascença: