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  1. Princess Mafalda of Savoy - Wikipedia

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    Princess Mafalda of Savoy (2 November 1902 – 27 August 1944) was the second daughter of King Victor Emmanuel III of Italy and his wife Elena of Montenegro. The future King Umberto II of Italy was her younger brother.

  2. Talk:Bona of Savoy - Wikipedia

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    This article is within the scope of WikiProject Biography, a collaborative effort to create, develop and organize Wikipedia's articles about people.All interested editors are invited to join the project and contribute to the discussion.

  3. Zanetto Bugatto - Wikipedia

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    Zanetto Bugatto, also known as Zanetto Bugatti, was one of the most well documented court portraitists of the 1400s. A key painter of the Lombardy region, Bugatto worked for 15 years for the first two Sforza Dukes of Milan, particularly Duke Galeazzo Maria Sforza and his Duchess Bona of Savoy. His work was influenced by artists such as Rogier van der Weyden, Andrea Mantegna, and Jean Fouquet, all of whom he met during his travels. Bugatto's work was described by Galeazzo's ambassador Leonardo Bo

  4. Bonne de Savoie (1449-1503) | Familypedia | Fandom

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    Bonne de Savoie was born 10 August 1449 in Avigliana, Piedmont, Italy to Louis I de Savoie (1413-1465) and Anne de Lusignan (1419-1462) and died 23 November 1503 in Fossano, Piedmont, Italy of unspecified causes.

    • 10 August 1449 Avigliana, Piedmont, Italy
    • Anne de Lusignan (1419-1462)
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    • Galeazzo Maria Sforza (1444-1476)
  5. Bona Sforza - Academic Dictionaries and Encyclopedias

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    d Aragona (February 2, 1494 November 19, 1557) was a member of the House of Sforza who in 1518 became the second wife of Sigismund I of Poland. When her mother Isabella of Naples died in 1524, Bona succeeded to the titles Duchess of Bari and…

  6. Bona Sforza, Queen consort of Poland (1495 - 1557) - Genealogy

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    Mar 01, 2019 · Biography. Bona was born in Vigevano, daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Naples. She was the niece of Bianca Maria Sforza, who in 1493 married Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I. She was named after her grandmother, Bona of Savoy. Bona married King Sigismund I of Poland in 1518 and was crowned Queen of Poland in Wawel ...

  7. Prince Thomas, Duke of Genoa - Wikipedia

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    Prince Tommaso of Savoy, 2nd Duke of Genoa (Tommaso Alberto Vittorio; 6 February 1854 – 15 April 1931), also known as Thomas Albert Victor of Savoy, was an Italian royal prince, nephew of the King of Sardinia, who on 18 February 1861 became the first King of a united Italy.

  8. Maria Anna of Savoy - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. ( more...) Maria Anna of Savoy ( Italian: Maria Anna Ricciarda Carolina Margherita Pia; 19 September 1803 – 4 May 1884) was Empress of Austria and Queen of Hungary (see Grand title of the Empress of Austria) by marriage to Emperor Ferdinand I of Austria .

  9. Philip II, Duke of Savoy - Wikipedia

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    René of Savoy (1468-31 March 1525), served as Governor of Nice and Provence, known as the Grand Bastard of Savoy and father-in-law of Anne, 1st Duc de Montmorency Antonia of Savoy , married Jean II, Lord of Monaco

  10. Roberto Sanseverino d'Aragona - Wikipedia

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    Roberto Sanseverino d'Aragona (1418 – 10 August 1487) was an Italian condottiero, count of Colorno from 1458 to 1477 and count of Caiazzo from 1460 until his death in 1487. Roberto da Sanseverino Memorial of Roberto da Sanseverino in the Trento Cathedral