Taddea Visconti, Duchess of Bavaria (1351 – 28 September 1381) was an Italian noblewoman of the Visconti family, the ruling house in Milan from 1277 to 1447. She was the first wife of Stephen III, Duke of Bavaria, and the mother of the French queen Isabeau of Bavaria.  Early life [ edit]
- Bernabò Visconti, Lord of Milan
Died on September 28, 1381; daughter of Bernabo Visconti, lord of Milan (r. 1354–1385), and Beatrice della Scala (1340–1384); married Stephen III the Magnificent, duke of Bavaria (r. 1375–1413), on October 13, 1364; children: Isabeau of Bavaria (1371–1435); Louis VII the Bearded (1365–1447), duke of Bavaria (r. 1413–1443, deposed).
Dec 27, 2022 · Thadéa (or Thadée) Valenza de Visconti, (the elder), born around 1330, and decesaed in 1381 was apparently the grandmother of Joan of Arc; sister of Barnabe Visconti, daughter of Stefan Visconti. view all Taddaea Visconti's Timeline
- Stephan III Von Bayern
- Milan, Milano, Lombardia, Italy
- Munich, Oberbayern, Bayern, Germany
Sep 28, 2015 · Nobility. She was the eldest child of Bernabo Visconti and Beatrice della Scala. She married Stephan III in 1364 and bore two children: Ludwig who succeeded his father and Elisabeth who became Queen of France.
Apr 27, 2022 · Bernabò Visconti (also called Barnabò) (1323 – 18 December 1385) was an Italian soldier and statesman, who was Lord of Milan. He was born in Milan, the son of Stefano Visconti and Valentina Doria. From 1346 to 1349 he lived in exile, until he was called back by his uncle Giovanni Visconti. On 27 September 1350 Bernabò married Beatrice ...
- "Barnabò Di Visconti"
- Milan, Lombardy, Italy
Taddea Visconti, Duchess of Bavaria (1351 – 28 September 1381) was an Italian noblewoman of the Visconti family, the ruling house in Milan from 1277 to 1447. Read more on Wikipedia Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Taddea Visconti has received more than 58,910 page views.
Nov 18, 2022 · Taddea Visconti, Duchess of Bavaria (1351 – 28 September 1381) was an Italian noblewoman of the Visconti family, the ruling house in Milan from 1277 to 1447. She was the first wife of Stephen III, Duke of Bavaria, and the mother of the French queen Isabeau of Bavaria.
Taddea Visconti (ou Thadée Visconti), née vers 1351 à Milan et morte le 28 septembre 1381 1 à Munich, est une aristocrate italienne, membre de la famille Visconti et fille de Barnabé Visconti, seigneur de Milan. Elle fut duchesse consort de Bavière en tant que première épouse du duc Étienne III et la mère d' Isabeau de Bavière, reine ...
Taddea Visconti. Die etwa 12-jährige Taddea Visconti (ca. 1364). Kupferstich (1733) von Joseph Anton Zimmermann nach einer zeitgenössischen Darstellung. Taddea Visconti (* um 1352; † 28. September 1381 ), eine der Hunderttausend-Gulden-Töchter  des Mailänder Stadtherrn Bernabò Visconti, war von 1367 bis zu ihrem Tod als Ehefrau ...
Taddea Visconti ( 1351, Milán – 28. září 1381, Mnichov) byla bavorská vévodkyně z rodu Viscontiů. V Bavorské státní knihovně je dochována její modlitební kniha s erby Viscontiů a Wittelsbachů vytepanými do stříbra.  Život [ editovat | editovat zdroj]
Maddalena Visconti (1366 – 17 July 1404) was a daughter of Bernabò Visconti and his wife Beatrice Regina della Scala. Maddalena was Duchess of Bavaria-Landshut by her marriage to Frederick, Duke of Bavaria . Family [ edit] Maddalena was born in Milan and was the twelfth of seventeen children born to her parents.
Taddea Visconti, född 1351, död 1381, var en italiensk aristokrat. Hon var hertiginna av Bayern-Ingolstadt mellan 1375 och 1381 som gift med hertig Stefan III av Bayern-Ingolstadt. Hon var dotter till Milanos härskare Bernabò Visconti och Beatrice Regina della Scala. Hon gifte sig 1367 med Stefan III av Bayern-Ingolstadt.
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