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  1. Gian Galeazzo Sforza - Wikipedia

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    Jun 30, 2020 · Gian Galeazzo died in 1494 at Palazzo Ducale, the summer home of the Visconti and Sforza families. During that time, he received a visit from Charles VIII of France . According the Italian historian Francesco Guicciardini in his The History of Italy ( Italian : La Historia di Italia ), he was poisoned by his uncle, Ludovico il Moro .

  2. Visconti of Milan - Wikipedia

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    Jul 01, 2020 · Gian Galeazzo, sole ruler and Duke of Milan (1385–1402) The death of Bernabò left Gian Galeazzo the sole ruler of the Visconti territories. The sons of Bernabò arrested with him (Ludovico and Rodolfo) spent the rest of their life in jail; the two still free (Carlo and Mastino) lived far from Milan and never posed a threat to Gian Galeazzo.

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  3. Galeazzo Ciano - Wikipedia

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    4 days ago · Gian Galeazzo Ciano, 2nd Count of Cortellazzo and Buccari (/ ˈ tʃ ɑː n oʊ / CHAH-noh, Italian: [ɡaleˈattso ˈtʃaːno]; 18 March 1903 – 11 January 1944) was an Italian diplomat and politician who served as Foreign Minister in the government of his father-in-law, Benito Mussolini, from 1936 until 1943.

  4. Ludovico Sforza - Wikipedia

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    5 days ago · Galeazzo Maria ruled until his assassination in 1476, leaving his titles to his seven-year-old son, Gian Galeazzo Sforza, Ludovico's nephew. A bitter struggle for the regency with the boy's mother, Bona of Savoy , ensued; Ludovico emerged as victor in 1481 and seized control of the government of Milan, despite attempts to keep him out of power.

  5. - Years later gave the power Gian Galeazzo Visconti of Milan in order to defend it from the Florentine attacks. - 1404: the Visconti were expelled and a government of Ten Priors established, in alliance with Florence against King Ladislas of Naples.

  6. Violante Visconti - Wikipedia

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    Jul 02, 2020 · Violante (Jolantha) Visconti (1354 – November 1386) was the second of three children of Galeazzo II Visconti, Lord of Milan and Pavia, and Bianca of Savoy. Her father gave to her the provinces of Alba, Mondovì, Kenites, Cherasco, and Demonte as an inheritance.

    • What Italian city-states were captured by Visconti ?

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      The son of Galeazzo II Visconti, who shared the rule of Milan with his brother Bernabò, Gian Galeazzo was married in 1360 to Isabella of Valois, daughter of the king of France. After his father’s death in 1378, Gian Galeazzo succeeded him...

    • Who were some famous people from the 1389-1459 time period?

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      Henry V. Joan of Arc. Henry the Navigator. Timur the Great (a real bad guy). Zheng He. Charles the Bold. Anti Pope Clement VII. Emperor Sigismund. Jean Gerson. Gian Galeazzo Visconti. Geoffrey Chaucer. Charles,Duke of Orleans.

    • Do you know someone who lived in January 27, around 1400?

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      For example Gian Galeazzo Visconti, died in 1402, Duke of Milan and the most powerfull lord of Italy of its age, and maybe more powerfull than many Kings. In France was King Charles VI , the "Fool". very interesting person living in 1400...

  7. The splendor of the "Certosa of Pavia"- ITALY - YouTube

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    Jun 29, 2020 · The construction of this splendid monastic complex is due to Gian Galeazzo Visconti following a vow made in devotion to the Madonna delle Grazie, to whom it is named after the loss of his first son.

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  8. Duchy of Milan - Wikipedia

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    4 days ago · The Duchy of Milan was a Italian state located in northern Italy.The Duchy was created in 1395 by Gian Galeazzo Visconti, then the Lord of Milan, and a member of the important Visconti family, that had been ruling the city since 1277.

  9. Milan Cathedral - Wikipedia

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    Even the transepts have aisles. The nave columns are 24.5 metres (80 ft) high, and the apsidal windows are 20.7 by 8.5 metres (68 by 28 ft). The huge building is of brick construction, faced with marble from the quarries which Gian Galeazzo Visconti donated in perpetuity to the cathedral chapter. Its maintenance and repairs are very complicated.

  10. Florence - Europa Universalis 4 Wiki

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    Jul 04, 2020 · To the north, the rulers of Milan may attempt to recreate the conquests of Gian Galeazzo Visconti, who controlled lands as far south as Siena and Perugia in the late 1300s. Wedged between powerful neighbors, it will take all the canny wiles of a modern ruler to survive the machinations of popes and princes and come out on top.