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  1. Wikipedia Duque de Clarence El título nobiliario de duque de Clarence ha sido otorgado tradicionalmente a los miembros más jóvenes de las familias reales inglesa y británica. Fue creado por primera vez por Eduardo III en 1362 a favor de su tercero hijo, Leonel de Amberes.

  2. Duque de clarence: Perder en 1478 Conde de Clarence (creado en 1881) es un título subsidiario del suspendido Ducado de Albany Duque de Clarence y Avondale: Extinto en 1892 Duque de Clarence y St Andrews: Fusionado en la corona en 1830 Conde de St Andrews (creado en 1934) es un título subsidiario del actual Ducado de Kent Duque de Connaught y ...

  3. Clarence is an American animated television series created by Skyler Page for Cartoon Network. The series revolves around the title character and his two best friends, Jeff and Sumo. The creator of the series, Skyler Page, a former storyboard artist for Adventure Time and revisionist for Secret Mountain Fort Awesome , developed the series at Cartoon Network Studios as part of their shorts ...

  4. George Granville, 1st Baron Lansdowne, "1st Duke of Albemarle" (1666–1735), a notable Tory, was made a Jacobite peer by The Old Pretender, which creation was not recognised within the Kingdom of Great Britain. Bernard Granville, "2nd Duke of Albemarle" (1700 – 2 July 1776), nephew of Lord Lansdowne, allegedly succeeded his uncle in said ...

  5. 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 ...

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › DucatDucat - Wikipedia

    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 ...

  7. 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.