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  1. Duke of Ferrara; Reign: 3 October 1559 - 27 October 1597: Predecessor: Ercole II d’Este: Successor: Lost to the Papal States (1597) Duke of Modena and Reggio; Reign: 3 October 1559 - 27 October 1597: Predecessor: Ercole II d’Este: Successor: Cesare d’Este: Duke of Chartres; Reign: 12 June 1574 - 27 October 1597: Predecessor: Renée of ...

  2. 19/11/2022 · Francesco II. d’Este; Uso en el.wikipedia.org Φραγκίσκος Β΄ των Έστε; Uso en en.wikipedia.org Duke of Ferrara and of Modena; Francesco II d'Este, Duke of Modena; Uso en it.wikipedia.org Francesco II d'Este; Consorti dei sovrani di Modena e Reggio; Uso en ja.wikipedia.org フランチェスコ2世・デステ; Uso en ka ...

  3. Isabella d'Este and Francesco Gonzaga had: Eleonora Gonzaga, born 1493, died 1570. Married Francesco Maria I della Rovere Duke of Urbino; Margherita, born 1496. Livia, born 1501, died 1508. Ippolita Gonzaga, born 1503, died 1570. Ippolita became a nun in the Dominican convent of S. Vincenzo. Federico II, Duke of Mantua, born 1500, died 1540.

  4. Ippolito (II) d'Este (25 August 1509 – 2 December 1572) was an Italian cardinal and statesman. He was a member of the House of Este , and nephew of the other Ippolito d'Este , also a cardinal. He is perhaps best known for his despoliation of the then 1,400-year-old Hadrian's Villa , built by the Roman emperor Hadrian , removing marbles and statues from it to decorate his own villa, the Villa ...

  5. Francis II (German: Franz II.; 12 February 1768 – 2 March 1835) was the last Holy Roman Emperor (from 1792 to 1806) and the founder and Emperor of the Austrian Empire, from 1804 to 1835. He assumed the title of Emperor of Austria in response to the coronation of Napoleon as Emperor of the French .

  6. A grandson of Alfonso I and cousin of Alfonso II, Cesare d'Este had been born out of wedlock. He was recognized by the Emperor but not by the Pope, who took the Duchy of Ferrara by force. Nevertheless, the House of Este continued in Modena and Reggio.

  7. In 1753, he was engaged to Maria Beatrice d'Este, heiress to the Duchy of Modena. The marriage was never consummated and Maria Beatrice instead married Leopold's brother, Archduke Ferdinand. Upon the early death of his older brother Archduke Charles in 1761, the family decided that Leopold was going to succeed his father as Grand Duke of Tuscany.