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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Anna_ColonnaAnna Colonna - Wikipedia

    Anna Colonna (1601–1658) was an Italian noblewoman of the Colonna and Barberini families. She was also the Princess of Paliano.

  2. 8 de may. de 2024 · Although little known in diplomatic history, Anna Colonna was an important transcultural and political agent who instrumentalized her aristocratic upbringing and adapted herself to the difficult circumstances of each of her moves to support her family name.

  3. Colonna family. The House of Colonna, also known as Sciarrillo or Sciarra, is an Italian noble family, forming part of the papal nobility. It was powerful in medieval and Renaissance Rome, supplying one pope ( Martin V) and many other church and political leaders.

  4. 315 Followers, 297 Following, 70 Posts - Anna Colonna (@annacolanna) on Instagram: ""

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  5. 7 de mar. de 2004 · Según defienden, la madre de Colón fue la noble romana Anna Colonna, quien se casó con un príncipe de Taranto, Antonio Del Balzo Orsini, sin que el matrimonio tuviera hijos.

  6. Anna Colonna. U na donna colta, dunque, abile nella scrittura e nel governo, che troviamo raffigurata di profilo, in ginocchio ai piedi di san Pietro martire, e riconoscibile per l’alto copricapo nella miniatura al f. 217r.

  7. 24 de feb. de 2017 · Una mujer de la nobleza romana y un hombre que luego sería ungido Papa habrían sido los padres de Cristóbal Colón. Esta es la conclusión a la que llegaron dos historiadores italianos que...