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- Viridis died on 1 March 1414 and out-lived at least three of six children, since her younger daughter, Katherine's date of death is unknown. Viridis is buried in Stična (Sittich) in Lower Carniola
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Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com: accessed ), memorial page for Viridis Visconti (1352–1 Mar 1414), Find a Grave Memorial no. 39623952, citing Cistercian monastery of Sticna, Ljubljana, Mestna občina Ljubljana, Osrednjeslovenska, Slovenia ; Maintained by Lutetia (contributor 46580078) .
Viridis died on 1 March 1414 and out-lived at least three of six children, since her younger daughter, Katherine's date of death is unknown. Viridis is buried in Stična (Sittich) in Lower Carniola. Ancestry
Virida, still young, retired from court but remained in Austria the rest of her long life. She outlived all but two of her children, dying at age 63, and was buried at Sittich, Karnten, Austria. sources: Muir, Dorothy. A History of Milan under the Visconti. London: Methuen, 1924. Wheatcroft, Andrew. The Habsburgs: Embodying Empire. NY: Viking, 1995.
Dec 13, 2016 · Veridis (sometimes spelled Viridis) was born in Milan in 1352. Her father was excommunicated 1363 for opposing the Pope in Rome. She is buried at the Cistercian monastery in Sittich,Obcina, Ljubljana, in modern and Slovenia. Her husband, the duke, died in Lucerne Switzerland, leaving her a widow at the age of 34.
Viridis Visconti 1352 – 1414. Spouse ... ), memorial page for Wilhelm of Habsburg ... is for and when they lived and died and where they are buried.
He is buried in the Gothic mausoleum near the church of Santa Maria Antica, in one of the Scaliger Tombs. Family Edit In 1328 he married Taddea da Carrara (daughter of Jacopo I of Padua ) and Anna Gradenigo (daughter of Pietro Gradenigo ).
Nobility. She was the eldest child of Bernabo Visconti and Beatrice della Scala. She married Stephan III in 1364 and bore two children: Ludwig who succeeded his father and Elisabeth who became Queen of France.
Frederick was buried in the Cistercian abbey of Stams, Tyrol. Marriage and issue [ edit ] On 24 December 1407, Frederick married Elizabeth of the Palatinate (1381–1408), daughter of King Rupert of Germany , in Innsbruck.