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  1. Princess Maria Bona of Savoy-Genoa - Wikipedia

    Princess Bona of Savoy-Genoa, later Princess Bona of Bavaria (Maria Bona Margherita Albertina Vittoria; 1 August 1896 – 2 February 1971), was a daughter of Prince Thomas, Duke of Genoa and Princess Isabella of Bavaria.

  2. 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.

  3. Sforza Hours - Wikipedia

    The Sforza Hours (British Library, London, Add. MS 34294), is a richly illuminated book of hours initiated by Bona Sforza, widow of Galeazzo Sforza, Duke of Milan, around 1490, who commissioned the illuminator Giovanni Pietro Birago .

  4. 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. At that time, in the Italian courts, daughters of noble families received the same ...

  5. 1503 - Wikipedia

    Bona of Savoy, Duchess of Savoy (b. 1449) Margaret of York, Duchess consort of Burgundy, spouse of Charles I, Duke of Burgundy (b. 1446) December 1 – George, Duke of Bavaria (b. 1455) December 14 – Sten Sture the Elder, regent of Sweden (1470–1497 and 1501–1503) (b. 1440)

  6. Zanetto Bugatto - Wikipedia

    In 1471 Duke Galeazzo and Duchess Bona of Savoy spent a month long visit in Gonzaga and Mantua where they sent for Bugatto to meet them. They spent three days in Mantua, arriving on 19 July 1471 and leaving two days later.

  7. Isabella of Savoy - Wikipedia

    Isabella of Savoy (11 March 1591 – 28 August 1626) was a daughter of Charles Emmanuel I, Duke of Savoy, and Catherine Michelle of Spain. Her maternal grandparents were Philip II of Spain and Elisabeth of Valois , her paternal grandparents were Emmanuel Philibert, Duke of Savoy and Margaret of France, Duchess of Berry .

  8. Catherine Jagiellon - Wikipedia

    Catherine Jagiellon was born in Kraków as the youngest daughter of King Sigismund I the Old of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and his wife, Bona Sforza of Milan. Catherine was given a thorough Renaissance education by Italian tutors: she was taught to read, write and speak Latin, German and Italian, instructed in conversation, riding ...

  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. 1557 - Wikipedia

    Year 1557 was a common year starting on Friday (link will display the full calendar) of the Julian calendar. ... Bona Sforza, queen of Sigismund I of Poland (b.