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Francesco de Medici, c. 1560. Creator: Alessandro Allori
Portrait of Francesco I de Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany, ca. 1707
Parade float in the form of a ship, coat of arms of the Grand Duke of Modena at top, 1652
Following Francesco I d Estes Example, His Troops Safely Pass Torrents During Extreme
After a Few Days of Seige with the French Army, Francesco I d Este Takes Prossession of
After a Long Seige, Francesco I d Este, with the Aid of the French Army, Takes Valencia
Francesco I d Este, Suffering the Pain of his Injuries, Continues to Take Charge for the
Francesco I d Este and the French Army Besiege Valenza, which has Been Taken by the
After a Long March, Francesco I d Este Passes with the River of Cassano with his Army
The Seige of Alessandria Begins, from L Idea di un Principe ed Eroe Cristiano in
At the Head of a Swiss Army, Francesco I d Este, with Uncrushed Spirit
Francesco I d Este Freely Crosses the Po and Takes Up his Sword Against Troops in the
Despite the Corageous Opposition of the Germans and the Spanish, Francesco I d Este
Francesco I d Este Sets Out for the Seige of Cremona, Crosses the Trench Between Himself
Francesco I d Este, Wounded in Battle, Continues to Orchestrate the Seige of Pavia
Francesco I d Este Protects the French in Casalmaggiore from the Seige of the Spanish
Francesco I d Este Suffers the Mortal Blow of a Bullet While Under Pavia
Francesco I d Este Invites Foreign Scholars to Court, from L Idea di un Principe ed Eroe
Francesco I d Este is Named the Deputy of the Catholilc King and is Sent to Catalogna
Francesco I d Este Displays Great Faculty in his Studies
Francesco I d Este Makes an Effort to Save his Crown by Allying Himself with the
Francesco I d Este Aids the Duke of Mantua After his Territories were Devastated by the
Francesco I d Este Assists His Subjects with Great Generosity During the Great Famine of
Francesco I d Este Secures the Fort and the Land to Protect from the German Troops
Francesco I d Este Punishes a Soldier by Death who had Stolen a Chalice from the Holy
Francesco I d Este Sentences a Noble French Official to Death as an Example to Prevent
Francesco I d Este Liberates the City of Turin and Leaves it in the Hands of the Duke of
Francesco I d Este Receiving the Affection of the People
Francesco I d Este, with his Gentle Manner, is Loved by All of the Noblemen in his Court
Francesco I d Este, Despite his Discomfort, Displays his Piety While Traveling in the
Francesco I d Este Remains Dedicated to the Cause of the War
Francesco I d Este Keeps his State Intact During the Descent of the Germans into Mantua
Francesco I d Este Combines Forces with The Republic of Venice
Soldiers Enlisting to Defend the Faith agains the Turks
Francesco I d Este Instructing for Alms to be Given to the Poor
Francesco I d Este Intervenes for an Agreement between Pope Urban VIII
Francesco I d Este Presents Himself with Warmth and Humility with Representatives of the
Francesco I d Este Goes to Pinarola for the Security of his States
Francesco I d Este Builds the Fortresses of Modena for the Security of his People
Francesco d Este Leads the French Army After the Difficult Resolution of Cremona without
The Duke and his troops at Casalmaggiore, from L Idea di un Principe ed Eroe Cristiano in
Francesco I d Este Approches the Camp of the Enemy Under the Pretext of Battle
Francesco I d Este is Generous in Pardoning the Offenders
Francesco I d Este Sentencing the Guilty with Great Difficulty
Francesco I d Este Speaks About his Victories with an Honest Comportment
Francesco I d Este Sustains Himself While on His War Campaign
Francesco I d Este Orders Fête Decorations, from L Idea di un Principe ed Eroe
Francesco I d Este Builds the Palazzo di Sassuolo, from L Idea di un Principe ed Eroe
Francesco I d Este Dissolved the Seige of Reggio, from L Idea di un Principe ed Eroe
Francesco I d Este Drives Troops Back Outside of Reggiano
Portrait of Francesco Sforza (1401-1466), ca 1460
Portrait of Grand Duke of Tuscany Francesco I de Medici (1541-1587). Artist: Anguissola, Sofonisba (ca. 1532-1625)
Maria Isabella, Infanta of Spain, Queen of the Two Sicilies
Visit of King Francis I and the Queen of Naples to Charles X at St Cloud, May 1830 (19th century)
Portrait of Francesco I de Medici (1541-1587), Grand Duke of Tuscany, 1570-1575

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