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  1. Tuscany was annexed by Piedmont-Sardinia, on 22 March 1860. Titular Habsburg-Lorraine claimants, 1860–present. Ferdinando IV 1860–1908; Giuseppe Ferdinando 1908–1921; Pietro Ferdinando 1921–1948; Goffredo 1948–1984; Leopoldo Francesco 1984–1993; Sigismondo 1993–Present; See also. List of Tuscan consorts; Grand Duchy of Tuscany; History of Tuscany

    • Margraves of Tuscany, 812–1197
    • Rulers of Florence, 1434-1569
    • Medici Grand Dukes of Tuscany, 1569-1737
    • Habsburg-Lorraine Grand Dukes of Tuscany, 1737-1801
    • Bourbon Kings of Etruria, 1801-1807
    • Habsburg-Lorraine Grand Dukes of Tuscany, 1814-1860
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    House of Boniface

    1. These were originally counts of Luccawho extended their power over the neighbouring counties!

    De facto rulers of the House of Medici, 1434-1531

    1. Cosimo de' Medici1434-1464 2. Piero I de' Medici1464-1469 ("The Gouty") 3. Lorenzo I de' Medici1469-1492 ("The Magnificent") 4. Giuliano de' Medici1469-1478 5. Piero II de' Medici1492-1494 6. Republic restored1494-1512 7. Cardinal Giovanni de' Medici1512-1513 8. Lorenzo II de' Medici1513-1519 9. Cardinal Giulio de' Medici1519-1523 10. Ippolito de' Medici1523-1527 11. Alessandro de' Medici1523-1527 12. Republic restored1527-1530 13. Alessandro de' Medici1530-1531

    Dukes of Florence, 1531-1569

    1. Alessandro1532-1537 2. Cosimo I1537-1569

  2. 12/06/2021 · 1 Margraves of Tuscany, 812–1197. 1.1 House of Boniface; 1.2 House of Boso; 1.3 House of Hucpold; 1.4 Nondynastic; 1.5 House of Canossa; 1.6 Nondynastic; 2 Rulers of Florence, 1434–1569. 2.1 De facto rulers of the House of Medici, 1434–1494. 2.1.1 Republic of Florence (1494-1512) 2.1.2 Rulers of the House of Medici (1512-1532) 2.2 Medici ...

  3. Margraves of Tuscany, 812–1197 House of Boniface These were originally counts of Lucca who extended their power over the neighbouring counties. Boniface I, 812–813; Boniface II, 828–834; Aganus, 835–845; Adalbert I, 847–886; Adalbert II the Rich, 886–915; Guy, 915–929; Lambert, 929–931; House of Boso

    • Margravine of Tuscany
    • Grand Duchess of Tuscany
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    House of Bologna, 1004–1011

    1. Interregnum1011–1014

    House of Canossa, 1027–1115

    1. Interregnum1115–1120

    House of Scheiern, 1120–1127

    1. Interregnum1127–1135

    House of Medici, 1569–1737

    The Medici became extinct in 1737. Francis Stpehen, Duke of Lorraine acceded the grand-ducal throne.

    House of Habsburg-Lorraine, 1765–1801

    The House of Habsburg-Lorraine was deposed by the Treaty of Aranjuez in 1801. The House of Bourbon-Parma ruled over Tuscany in the form of the Kingdom of Etruria until their own deposition by forces of Napoleon Bonapartein 1807. Elisa Bonapartebecome Duchess of her ancestral homeland in 1809 by appointment from her own second older brother and King of Italy, Napoleon himself.

  4. 1 Margraves of Tuscany, 812–1197. 1.1 House of Boniface; 1.2 House of Boso; 1.3 House of Hucpold; 1.4 Nondynastic; 1.5 House of Canossa; 1.6 Nondynastic; 2 Rulers of Florence, 1434–1569. 2.1 De facto rulers of the House of Medici, 1434–1494. 2.1.1 Republic of Florence (1494-1512) 2.1.2 Rulers of the House of Medici (1512-1532) 2.2 Medici ...

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