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  1. Find a Grave Memorial ID: 220916819. Source citation. Olympia (French: Olympe) Mancini, Comtesse de Soissons was the second of the five Mancini sisters, who along with two of their female Martinozzi cousins, were known at the court of King Louis XIV of France as the Mazarinettes, as their uncle was Louis XIV's chief minister, Cardinal Mazarin.

  2. Anna Maria (Marie) Mancini (28 August 1639 – 8 May 1715) was the third of the five Mancini sisters, nieces to Cardinal Mazarin who were brought to France to marry advantageously. Along with two of their female Martinozzi cousins, the Mancini sisters were known at the court of King Louis XIV of France as the Mazarinettes .

  3. dewiki Olympia Mancini; elwiki Ολυμπία Μαντσίνι; enwiki Olympia Mancini, Countess of Soissons; eswiki Olimpia Mancini; frwiki Olympe Mancini; huwiki Olympia Mancini; itwiki Olimpia Mancini; jawiki オリンピア・マンチーニ; kawiki ოლიმპია მანჩინი; nlwiki Olympia Mancini; plwiki Olimpia Mancini ...

  4. As noted in the website’s title, The Letters of Marie Mancini endeavours to digitise, transcribe, and eventually translate the numerous letters of Marie Mancini. Born into an aristocratic Italian family in the 17th century, Mancini’s initial claim to fame stemmed from her being Louis XIV’s first love. The Sun King’s affections aside ...

  5. Mancini, Marie (1640–1715) Princess of Colonna.Name variations: Marie de Mancini. Born in 1640 (some sources cite 1639); died in 1715 (some sources cite 1714); third daughter of Laurent also seen as Lorenzo Mancini and a mother (maiden name Mazarini or Mazarino) who was the sister of Cardinal Jules Mazarin (1602–1661, chief minister to the young Louis XIV); sister of Olympia Mancini (c ...

  6. Olimpia Mancini, in francese Olympe Mancini ( Roma, 11 luglio 1638 – Bruxelles, 9 ottobre 1708 ), era la seconda più grande per età delle cinque celebri sorelle Mancini, che insieme alle due cugine Martinozzi, erano note alla corte di Luigi XIV come Mazarinettes poiché il loro zio era il primo ministro del re, il cardinale Giulio Mazzarino.