Synonyms for madruzzo or Related words with madruzzo

albergati              gradenigo              alderano              azzolino              capizucchi              alidosi              trivulzio              marescotti              acciaioli              sfondrati              vitelleschi              raniero              sirleto              soderini              tagliavia              guidantonio              gambara              appiani              ganganelli              capocci              landolfo              consalvi              priuli              gozzadini              innocenzo              astalli              taparelli              ottoboni              odescalchi              cinzio              piovene              cybo              tomacelli              pannocchieschi              vannutelli              seniore              galeotto              acciaiuoli              ottobono              giacobazzi              martinengo              aldobrandino              paleologo              giacopo              passionei              ubaldini              serbelloni              anscar              falconieri              annibaldi             



Examples of "madruzzo"
• January 27 – Santori – 21, Madruzzo – 16
• January 23 – Madruzzo – 21, Santori – 18
• January 24 – Santori – 18, Aldobrandini and Madruzzo – 16 each
• January 28 – Aldobrandini – 17, Santori and Madruzzo – 15 each
Born in Trento, he was the son of baron Niccolò Madruzzo and Helene of Lanberg, and nephew of Cristoforo Madruzzo, Prince-Bishop of Trento. He studied at the universities of Leuven and Paris.
Born in the castle of Issogne, Aosta Valley, he was the son of Baron Giovanni Federico Madruzzo and Isabelle of Challant, and nephew of Cardinal Ludovico Madruzzo, Prince-Bishop of Trento.
Eriprando Madruzzo (died 1547) was an Italian mercenary captain. The brother of the Bishop of Trent Cristoforo Madruzzo, he fought in Hungary against the Turks at the service of Charles V.
Ludovico Madruzzo was a friend of St. Charles Borromeo and St. Philip Neri.
Carlo Gaudenzio Madruzzo (1562 – August 14, 1629) was an Italian Roman Catholic cardinal and statesman.
On 15 October, the Spanish faction took over the initiative and nominated its leader Madruzzo.
In 1546 Madruzzo took part to the wars against the Protestants in Germany, and died at Ulm in 1547.
Among the spaces that cannot be visited on the guided tour there are the private rooms of René of Challant, of his daughters Philiberte and Isabelle, of Cardinal Cristoforo Madruzzo (uncle of Giovanni Federico Madruzzo, the husband of Isabella di Challant) and their antechambers and access spaces.
Renato di Challant left no male heir at his death in 1565. His possessions passed to Giovanni Federico Madruzzo, husband of René's daughter Isabelle, giving rise to an inheritance dispute between the Madruzzo family and Isabelle's cousins of the Challant family that lasted for more than a century. The lordship of Issogne and its Castle passed from the Madruzzo family to the Lenoncourt family, then in 1693 to Cristina Maurizia Del Carretto di Balestrina, and was finally returned to the Challant family in 1696.
Enigmatic verses in Italian by Annibale Caro, Bitussi and Cristoforo Madruzzo, some of them now eroded, were inscribed onto stone beside the sculptures.
Bernardino Realino was born in Carpi on 1 December 1530 to nobles. His father was a collaborator of Cardinal Cristoforo Madruzzo.
Carlo Emanuele Madruzzo (5 November 1599 – 15 December 1658) was the prince-bishop of Trento from January 1629 until his death.
He was born at the Castle of Issogne into the noble family of the Madruzzo, various members of which were also prince-bishops of Trento.
The Cardinals who were considered as papabile were: Serbelloni, Marchntonio Colonna, Gallio, Paleotto, Madruzzo, Santori, Facchinetti, Sfondrati, Valier, Lauro, della Rovere.
Allusive verses in Italian by Annibal Caro (the first one is of him, in 1564), Bitussi, and Cristoforo Madruzzo, some of them now eroded, were inscribed beside the sculptures.
Ludovico Madruzzo (1532–1600) was an Italian Roman Catholic cardinal and statesman, the Imperial crown-cardinal and Prince-Bishop of the Bishopric of Trento (involving the secular rule as well as church duties).