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  1. Duchy of Neopatras. The Duchy of Neopatras ( Catalan: Ducat de Neopàtria; Sicilian: Ducatu di Neopatria; Greek: Δουκάτο Νέων Πατρών; Latin: Ducatus Neopatriae) was a principality in southern Thessaly, established in 1319. Officially part of the Kingdom of Sicily, itself part of the Crown of Aragon, the duchy was governed in ...

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    The silver ducaton commenced in the Italian states in the mid-16th century as a large coin of approximately 30 grams fine silver, worth slightly less than the gold ducat or sequin . Similarly-named coins were also minted in the Low Countries in the 17th and 18th centuries, which became popular negotiepenningen (trade coins) along with gold ...

  3. Jeff Randell es el tritagonista de Clarence. El mejor amigo de Clarence, Jeff, es un poco cuadrado, con una larga lista de fobias, pero incluso alguien tan tenso como Jeff no puede evitar divertirse cuando Clarence está cerca. Es expresado en el doblaje hispanoamericano por Ángel Lugo y en el español por Berta Cortés .

  4. The Duchy of Mantua was a duchy in Lombardy, Northern Italy. Its first duke was Federico II Gonzaga, member of the House of Gonzaga that ruled Mantua since 1328. [1] The following year, the Duchy also acquired the March of Montferrat, thanks to the marriage between Gonzaga and Margaret Paleologa, Marchioness of Montferrat. [2]

  5. The Duchy of Lancaster is one of two royal duchies: the other is the Duchy of Cornwall, which provides income to the Duke of Cornwall, a title which is traditionally held by the Prince of Wales . As of the financial year ending 31 March 2022, the estate was valued at £652.8 million. [5] The net income of the Duchy is paid to the reigning ...

  6. The Duchy of Cornwall (Cornish: Duketh Kernow) is one of two royal duchies in England, the other being the Duchy of Lancaster.The eldest son of the reigning British monarch obtains possession of the duchy and the title of 'Duke of Cornwall' at birth or when his parent succeeds to the throne, but may not sell assets for personal benefit and has limited rights and income while a minor.

  7. 1. m. Título o dignidad de duque. 2. m. Territorio o lugar sobre el que recaía el título de duque o en el que ejercía jurisdicción un duque. 3. m. Estado gobernado por un duque. 4. m. Moneda de oro que se usó en España hasta fines del siglo XVI, de valor variable. 5. m.