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.
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Taddea della Scala (born di Carrara) was born in 1304, at birth place, to Jacobo da Carrara, Captain-General of Padua da Carrara and Elisabetta Anna da Carrara (born de Gradenigo). Jacobo was born circa 1264, in Italy.
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Taddea della Scala (born da Carrara) was born in 1304, at birth place, to Jacobo da Carrara and Elisabetta Anna da Carrara (born de Gradenigo). Jacobo was born circa 1264, in Carrara, Massa e Carrara, Toscana, Italy.
HM George I's 9-Great Grandmother. HRE Ferdinand I's 5-Great Grandmother. U.S. President [L.B. JOHNSON] 's 19-Great Grandmother. PM Churchill's 18-Great Grandmother.
Oct 19, 2018 · Mastino II della Scala (1308 – June 3, 1351) was lord of Verona. He was a member of the famous Scaliger family of northern Italy. He was the son of Alboino I della Scala and Beatrice da Correggio.
- Galasso Pio di Savoia, Alboino I della Scala, Caterina Visconti, Beatrice da Coreggio
Nobility. She was the daughter of Mastino II della Scala Lord of Verona, and his wife Taddea da Carrara. She married Bernabo I Visconti in 1350 and bore him fifteen children. She and her husband were first buried at San Giovanni in Conca and transferred in 1892 to Sant'Alessandro in Zebedia.
- 18 Jun 1384 (aged 52–53)
- Chiesa di San Giovanni in Conca, Milan, Città Metropolitana di Milano, Lombardia, Italy