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  1. Laura Mancini (Roma, 6 de mayo de 1636-París, 8 de febrero de 1657), fue la mayor de las cinco famosas hermanas Mancini, quienes junto con dos de sus primas Martinozzi fueron conocidas en la corte de Luis XIV como las Mazarinettes, debido a que su tío, el cardenal Mazarino, era primer ministro del rey.

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  2. Laura Mancini ( Roma, 6 de mayo de 1636- París, 8 de febrero de 1657), fue la mayor de las cinco famosas hermanas Mancini, quienes junto con dos de sus primas Martinozzi fueron conocidas en la corte de Luis XIV como las Mazarinettes, debido a que su tío, el cardenal Mazarino, era primer ministro del rey.

  3. 27 de oct. de 2020 · ¡Laura Mancini nos acerca una nueva clase de Zumba de 30 minutos para que #SigamosMoviéndonos ¡ ¡Animate a hacerla!Seguila en instagram: https://www.instagra...

  4. 5 de dic. de 2022 · Dans le cadre de "Lettres du monde 2022", Laura Mancini vous présente son ouvrage "Rien pour elle" aux éditions Agullo. Retrouvez le livre : https://www.moll...

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    • 348
    • librairie mollat
    • Cardinal Mazarin’s Power
    • The Mazarinettes in France
    • Laura Mancini —The First Mazarinette
    • Marriage
    • Children and Her Death

    Cardinal Jules Mazarin, who served as the chief minister to Kings Louis XIII and XIV, was an influential figure in seventeenth-century France. He was chief minister from 1642 until his death in 1661. Originally hailing from Italy, he relocated to France years before, and his two sisters followed him there. After having amassed so much power, he sou...

    The widowed Anne of Austria, Queen Regent of France, was receptive to Mazarin bringing his nieces to court. In fact, she allowed the younger Mazarinettes (“little Mazarins”) to be educated alongside Louis XIV and his younger brother, Monsieur Philippe, Duke of Anjou. From the moment they arrived at court, these young women caused quite a stir. The ...

    Like the rest of the Mazarinettes, Laura was born in Italy; she was born on 6 May 1636. Her parents, Baron Lorenzo Mancini and his wife, Girolama, belonged to the minor aristocracy. Together the couple produced ten children. Five of their daughters would belong to the infamous Mazarinettes. The eldest child born to this union was Laura Vittoria. Sh...

    When she was of age to marry, several suitors were proposed for her. One such suitor was Louis-Charles de Nogaret de Foix, Duke of Candale. In his own right, the Duke of Candale was a handsome man, but he died before the marriage could take place. Laura eventually married a Prince of the Blood, Louis, Duke of Mercoeur, on 4 February 1651. Thereafte...

    The Duke and Duchess Mercoeur had three sons: Louis Joseph, Philippe, and Jules César. The two eldest sons lived to adulthood and had no children. The third son died at the age of three. Laura suffered great sorrow as right before her third son was born, she lost her mother, who died on 29 December 1656 at the Louvre Palace. She was beside herself ...

  5. MEET OUR TEACHERS. LAURA MANCINI. Founder/Owner. Piano Teacher. Laura Mancini, 28, has been studying piano for over 20 years. After graduating from Long Island High School for the Arts in 2010, she earned her Bachelor of the Arts from the music conservatory at SUNY Purchase College, and has performed in various venues in the NYC area, including ...

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