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Bona Sforza An Underestimated Queen of a Famous Italian Family

Bona Sforza An Underestimated Queen of a Famous Italian Family

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Bona Sforza: An Underestimated Queen of a Famous Italian Family

Gian Galeazzo Sforza, c.1483, by Giovanni Ambrogio de Predis.

Poisoning of Queen Bona by Jan Matejko.

16th-century Latin oil painting of Hürrem Sultan, entitled Rosa Solymanni Vxor.

Bona Sforza as a widow in 1551.

Abdication of Queen Bona, by Szymon Buchbinder.

Sigismund II Augustus. Painting by Lucas Cranach the Younger.

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Portrait of Bona Sforza by Peter Danckerts de Rij, ca. 1643, Muzeum Narodowe w Warszawie (MNW), one of 22 effigies of family and ancestors of Ladislaus IV ...

Bona Sforza - with her hands folded like Mona Lisa. Does this confirm that Mona

Husband of Bona Sforza.

Bona Sforza-Queen of Poland, the educated and powerful queen, contributed to educational

Queen Bona's gardens at Wawel Castle.

Muzio Attendolo Sforza and Italian condottiero ,founder of the Sforza dynasty Francesco Sforza Duke of Milan,illegitimate son of .

One of the fascinating figures in Polish history is Bona Sforza, as one might tell, not a Polish lady but an Italian one who by marriage became Queen of ...

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The Famous Egyptian Martyr Saint Menas and His Shrine at Abu Mina

The Italian Princess Bona, of the Sforza family, became Queen of Poland in 1518 !

Zygmunt Stary i Bona Sforza.

Bona Sforza the Queen of Poland and the Great Princess of Lithuania and also the heiress of the Italian throne of Bari and Rossano.

Amongst the consorts of the era of Imperial Austria there have been admirable and colorful women who made their mark. There was the pious Zita of ...

Bona SforzaBona Sforza dAragona was born on February 2, 1494 in Vigevano. She was elements of Italian ...

Caterina Sforza, Contessa di Forli (1463-1509).

Breaking the Rules and Sharing Scandals: The Shocking Story of Queen Marguerite

Lucrezia Landriano Contesa di Melzo

The Queen of France was full of passion. Her husband, who was focused more on literature, politics, and own frustrations wasn't very attractive for her.

King Ferdinand V, of course, was unable to consummate the marriage (nor was he ever able to) and so the couple never had any children.

King Charles II, never one to miss a pretty face, quickly warmed to his new sister-in-law and those who knew her descibed her as charming, kind and intense; ...

... by his elder brother, the Austrian Emperor Francis Joseph, Viceroy of the Kingdom of Lombardy-Venetia, that part of the Italian peninsula directly under ...

Por que é que olham assim tanto para mim, seus grandes parvos?

Meetings with the Queen of Elphame: A Magical and Protective Fairy Queen

A longtime figure in the early history of independent Mexico, General Vicente Filisola could always be counted on to be among the forces of the most ...

Francis had no real problem with technical innovations but he was never in doubt that his royal duty would be to maintain the absolute power of the monarchy ...

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North American school children, especially in Canada, will be familiar with the name of John Cabot, the intrepid explorer for England who was the first ...

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Memoirs of the Dukes of Urbino, Volume I (of 3), by James Dennistoun, Edited by Edward Hutton

Italian Royals at the Vatican

House of Sforza

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Stefano da Verona, illuminator (Italian (Lombard), 1374 - after 1438), Cutting from an antiphonal, Italian, about 1430–1435, Tempera and gold on parchment, ...

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A Renaissance Royal Wedding

Underestimated ...

Little Gleaner

Alinari Alessandro Allori

The grand Duchess, Italian Princess Bona Sforza

As we have recently seen the passing of the 150th anniversary of Italian unification, it is fitting to take a look at a movie that covered this period on ...

... 2. elements of Italian ...

Hanfstaengl Botticelli

Memoirs of the Dukes of Urbino, Volume I (of 3), by James Dennistoun, Edited by Edward Hutton

Memoirs of the Dukes of Urbino, Volume I (of 3), by James Dennistoun, Edited by Edward Hutton

Memoirs of the Dukes of Urbino, Volume I (of 3), by James Dennistoun, Edited by Edward Hutton

Despite her Italian origins, Anna Maria because of her achievements was regarded by the Russians as a national heroine, ...

THE CONSPIRACY OF GIANLUIGI FIESCHI,

The Project Gutenberg eBook of The History of Mary I. Queen of England, by J. M. Stone.

The one who brought her fame back was Alexander Dumas, who wrote a novel ''La Reine Margot'' (Queen Margot), and published it ...

Memoirs of the Dukes of Urbino, Volume II (of 3), by James Dennistoun, Edited by Edward Hutton

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Memoirs of the Dukes of Urbino, Volume II (of 3), by James Dennistoun, Edited by Edward Hutton

The Project Gutenberg eBook of Memoirs of the Dukes of Urbino, Volume III (of 3), by James Dennistoun

i wanted to draw something about italian renaissance but veneziano and romano alone weren't enough so here, take some OCs

The Project Gutenberg eBook of Memoirs of the Dukes of Urbino, Volume III (of 3), by James Dennistoun

The Project Gutenberg eBook of Memoirs of the Dukes of Urbino, Volume III (of 3), by James Dennistoun

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Nevertheless, Andrew Graham-Dixon next went to Singapore to see contender number one for the 'other' Mona Lisa – the so-called 'Isleworth Mona Lisa' (above, ...

KATHARINE OF ARRAGON. From a fine original in miniature by Holbein, formerly in Horace Walpole's Collection at Strawberry Hill.

Although Dubois did not witness the event himself, he depicts Admiral Coligny's body hanging out of a window at the rear to the right. To the left rear, ...

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The Project Gutenberg eBook of Memoirs of the Dukes of Urbino, Volume III (of 3), by James Dennistoun

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Drawing of Our Lady of Shenzan, in the Shanghai metropolitan area. The Virgin Mary and the little Jesus are painted behind Chinese cultural and physical ...

Alinari Giovanni Pisano

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Leonardo's Bianca Sforza or Greenhalgh's Sally from the Co-op?

Braun, Clement et Cie. Botticelli

Claesz Soutman, Portrait of Sigismund III. Sigismund at the end of XVI century was the most powerful ruler of East Europe, as he ruled both Sweden and ...

Above, Fig. 1. If we put aside questions of attribution and simply look at the group above, we find works of remarkably similar figural motifs and formats ...

Memoirs of the Dukes of Urbino, Volume I (of 3), by James Dennistoun, Edited by Edward Hutton

Shank and Finn will be aware that although the Vatican has yet to publish a technical report on its still-controversial restoration of Michelangelo's ...

The small piazza in front of the main facade is a key feature of the cathedral. This has a real intimate feel. Shops and bars are very limited, and although ...

Renaissance Woman: The Life of Vittoria Colonna

The Project Gutenberg eBook of Memoirs of the Dukes of Urbino, Volume III (of 3), by James Dennistoun

Conference Report: The Lasting Effects of Early Modern Cultural Encounters | Marrying Cultures

Encyclopedia of the Renaissance and the Reformation | Richard de Koster - Academia.edu

Above, the face in the accredited Leonardo da Vinci Salvator Mundi, as exhibited, left, in the National Gallery in 2011-12, and, right, as when sold at ...

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Bernardo Bellotto

Crack Western #63, November 1949. Cover art by Paul Gustavson.