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  1. Princess Bona o Savoy - Wikipedia

    Princess Bona o Savoy (Maria Bona Margherita Albertina Vittoria; 1 August 1896 – 2 Februar 1971), wis a member o the Genoa branch o the Hoose o Savoy "Princess o Savoy" bi birth.Through her aunt Margherita o Savoy, she wis a cousin o Victor Emmanuel III o Italy.

    • 1 August 1896, Castle d'Agliè, Piedmont
    • 2 Februar 1971 (aged 74), Rome, Italy
  2. Category:Bona of Savoy - Wikimedia Commons

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    • 17 November 1503, Fossano
    • duke (1468–1476), regency (1476–)
  3. Maria Francisca of Savoy - Wikipediaçoise_of_Savoy

    The Portuguese government was split between pro-French and pro-English factions, respectively led by Castelo Melhor and Alfonso's younger brother, Pedro. In 1662, Charles II of England married Alfonso's sister Catherine ; Castelo Melhor and Louis XIV saw a marriage between Maria Francisca and Alfonso as a way to offset that.

    • 21 June 1646, Hôtel de Nemours, Paris, France
    • 27 December 1683 (aged 37), Palhavã, Lisbon, Portugal
  4. Princess Maria Gabriella of Savoy - Wikipedia

    Princess Maria Gabriella of Savoy (Maria Gabriella Giuseppa Aldegonda Adelaide Ludovica Felicita Gennara; born 24 February 1940) is the middle daughter of Italy's last king, Umberto II, and Marie José of Belgium, the "May Queen", and a sister of a pretender to their father's throne, Vittorio Emanuele, Prince of Naples. She is a historical writer.

    • Robert Zellinger de Balkany, (m. 1969; div. 1990)
    • Savoy
  5. Category:Princess Bona of Savoy - Wikimedia Commons

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  6. Category:Hoose o Savoy (Genoa branch) - Wikipedia

    P. Prince Adalberto o Savoy, Duke o Bergamo; Prince Eugenio o Savoy, Duke o Genoa; Prince Ferdinando o Savoy, Duke o Genoa (1822–1855) Prince Ferdinando o Savoy, Duke o Genoa (1884–1963)

  7. Caterina Sforza - Wikipedia

    In 1466 Galeazzo had married Dorotea Gonzaga, but after her death he remarried to Bona of Savoy on 9 May 1468, who eventually adopted them all. At the Sforza court, frequented by writers and artists, Caterina and her siblings received a humanistic education .

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    The late 1470s saw a bitter power struggle during the child duke’s minority for effective control of the state: on the one hand, the boy’s uncle Ludovico; on the other, the boy’s mother Bona of Savoy. Simonetta was the able minister of state for Bona, and his faction briefly prevailed and saw Ludovico into exile.

  9. Bona Sforza : definition of Bona Sforza and synonyms of Bona ... Sforza/en-en

    Bona Sforza (2 February 1494 [1] or 2 February 1493 [2] – 19 November 1557) was a member of the powerful Milanese House of Sforza.In 1518, she became the second wife of Sigismund I the Old, the King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania, and became the Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania.

  10. Bona of Savoy, duchess of Savoy; Alberto Bona (born 1978), Italian actor and film maker; Gino Bona (born 1973), American marketing professional; Giovanni Bona (1609–1674), Cistercian cardinal and author; Giovanni Leonardo Di Bona (1542–1587), Italian chess player; Jerry L. Bona (born 1945), American mathematician