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  1. Visconti of Milan - Wikipedia

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    Nine daughters (Taddea, Viridis, Valentina, Agnese, Antonia, Maddalena, Anglesia, Lucia, Elisabetta) married scions of other European dynasties, connecting the Visconti to the houses of Wittelsbach (Taddea, Maddalena, Elisabetta), Habsburg (Viridis), Poitiers-Lusignan (Valentina, Anglesia), Württemberg (Antonia), Gonzaga (Agnese), Kent (Lucia ...

  2. Isabeau of Bavaria - Wikipedia

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    Lineage and marriage. Isabeau's parents were Duke Stephen III of Bavaria-Ingolstadt and Taddea Visconti, whom he married for a 100,000 ducat dowry. She was most likely born in Munich where she was baptized as Elisabeth at the Church of Our Lady.

  3. Index CA - fabpedigree.com

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    CAATE. Moses de COATE (1331? ; (CAATE) CAATHITES. Koath (Kohath Caath) ben LEVI; eponym of the CAATHITES . CABALDESTON. Margaret de OSBALDESTON; (CABALDESTON ?). CABALLERO. Garcia Alonso CABALLERO

  4. Index TA - TH

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    [Ygerna TALIESINSDOTTIR, q.v.] (NN; Princess) of ALT CLUT; or: prob. not Ygerna TALIESINSDOTTIR, q.v.; (it is almost certain Aidan married a Briton; that she was a Princess of Alt Clut is conjectural)

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