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  1. Nieto de Carlos IV e hijo del Infante Carlos María Isidro, Duque de Molina y I Pretendiente Carlista Carlos XIV Juan, Rey de Suecia: 1764: 1844 1823: Fernando Carlos, Príncipe de Lucca: 1823: 1854: Futuro Carlos III, Duque de Parma Infante Enrique de España: 1823: 1870: Nieto de Carlos IV, hijo del Infante Francisco de Paula de España ...

  2. Un hijo de Federico, Guidobaldo, se casó con Isabel Gonzaga, la brillante y educada hija del señor de Mantua. Con la muerte de Guidobaldo en 1508 el ducado de Urbino pasó a través de Giovanna a la familia papal de Della Rovere, fundada por Sixto IV. Descendencia

  3. (* um 1322 – 1383), Graf von Habsburg-Laufenburg, Landgraf im Sisgau und Klettgau, Landvogt in Schwaben und Oberelsaß ⚭ 1354 Elisabeth Gonzaga von Mantua (1354–1384) Johann IV. (um 1355–1408), [6] Graf von Habsburg-Laufenburg, Landgraf im Klettgau, Landvogt der Herrschaft Österreich im Thurgau, Aargau und Schwarzwald ⚭ Agnes von Landenberg-Greifensee

  4. Eles fomentaram e inspiraram o nascimento da Renascença italiana, juntamente com outras famílias da Itália, como os Aciole de Toscana e Florença, [2] Visconti e Sforza de Milão, os Este de Ferrara, e os Gonzaga de Mântua. O Hospital tozzi Firenze foi um dos mais prósperos e mais respeitados da Europa na sua época. [carece de fontes?

  5. Kamehameha IV January 11, 1855 – November 30, 1863 February 9, 1834 Honolulu, Oʻahu biological son of Kekūanāoʻa and Kīnaʻu and hānai son of Kamehameha III and Kalama: Emma Rooke Kawaiahaʻo Church, Honolulu, Oʻahu 19 June 1856 one son November 30, 1863 Honolulu, Oʻahu aged 29 Kamehameha V November 30, 1863 – December 11, 1872 ...

  6. Trent, COUNCIL OF.—The nineteenth ecumenical council opened at Trent on December 13, 1545, and closed there on December 4, 1563.Its main object was the definitive determination of the doctrines of the Church in answer to the heresies of the Protestants; a further object was the execution of a thorough reform of the inner life of the Church by removing the numerous abuses that had developed ...

  7. Italy under Benito Mussolini attacked Ethiopia in 1935, starting the Second Italo-Ethiopian War.Italian successes in the war caused the emperor Haile Selassie to be voted into exile by his nobles in 1936; he pled Ethiopia's case against Italy before the League of Nations, but aid from the League was not forthcoming.