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Della Rovere

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The Della Rovere family pronounced della ˈroːvere; literally "of the Oak Tree" is a noble family of Italy Coming from modest beginnings in Savona, Liguria, the family rose to prominence through nepotism and ambitious marriages arranged by two della Rovere popes, Francesco della Rovere, who ruled as Pope Sixtus IV 1471–1484 and his nephew Giuliano Pope Julius II, 1503–1513 Pope Sixtus IV built the Sistine Chapel, which is named for him The Basilica San Pietro in Vincoli in Rome is the family church of the della Rovere

Guidobaldo da Montefeltro adopted Francesco Maria I della Rovere, his sister's child and nephew of Pope Julius II Guidobaldo I, who was heirless, called Francesco Maria at his court, and named him as heir of the Duchy of Urbino in 1504, this through the intercession of Julius II In 1508, Francesco Maria inherited the duchy thereby starting the line of Rovere Dukes of Urbino That dynasty ended in 1626 when Pope Urban VIII incorporated Urbino into the papal dominions As compensation to the last sovereign duke, the title only could be continued by Francesco Maria II, and after his death by his heir, Federico Ubaldo

Vittoria, last descendant of the della Rovere family she was the only child of Federico Ubaldo, married Ferdinando II de' Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany They had two children: Cosimo III, Tuscany's longest reigning monarch, and Francesco Maria de' Medici, a prince of the Church

Currently, only a cadet branch of the Lanti Della Rovere is survived, continuing the family traditions

Contents

  • 1 Rovere Dukes of Urbino 1508
  • 2 Family tree
  • 3 References
  • 4 Further reading
  • 5 External links

Rovere Dukes of Urbino 1508edit

  1. Francesco Maria I della Rovere 1490–1538
  2. Guidobaldo II della Rovere 1514–1574
  3. Francesco Maria II della Rovere 1549–1631 - duchy abolished, title continued
  4. Federico Ubaldo della Rovere 1605–1623 - title became extinct with his death

Family treeedit

Dotted lines indicate duplicates where a person appears more than once in the tree
Small caps text indicates the surname of the children regardless of number of a union
All persons have the surname Della Rovere unless otherwise indicated

Leonardo Beltramo
of Savona
b –
c 1430
  Francesco
Pope Sixtus IV
1414–1484
   
   
    Luchina
1415–1495
 
            Basso della Rovere
       
    Giovanni Basso,
marchese di Bistagno e
di Monastero
d 1481
   
        Cardinal Girolamo Basso della Rovere
 
    Franchetta
1417–
c 1485
 
       
    Bartolomeo Armoino
d c 1470
   
    Pellina
1418–1470
 
            Giuppo della Rovere
     
    Nobile Pietro Giuppo
d 1490
   
    Maria
1420–
c 1490
 
       
    Giacomo Basso
dei marchesi di Bistagno
e Monastero
d 1465
   
    Bianca
1421–1473
 
            Riario della Rovere
     
    Paolo Riario
d 1460
   
    Raffaele della Rovere
1423–1477,
made Senator of Rome
 
        Giuliano della Rovere
Pope Julius II
1443–1513
       
Teodora Manirolo
d
c 1480
   
    Leonardo
1445–1475
Duke of Arce 1472
and Sora 1474,
Prefect of Rome 1473
 
       
    Giovanna of Aragon,
natural daughter of
King Ferrante I of Naples
   
    Giovanni della Rovere
d 1501 Duke of Sora, son in law of Federico da Montefeltro Duke of Urbino
  Francesco Maria I,
Duke of Urbino
1490–1538
Duke of Sora
  Guidobaldo II
Duke of Urbino
1517–1574
  Francesco Maria II,
Duke of Urbino
1549–1631
Duke of Sora
  Federico Ubaldo,
Duke of Urbino
1605–1625
  Vittoria
1622–1694
             
           
        Livia        
     
           
    Bartolomeo
1447–1494,
Bishop of Massa 1472
and Ferrara 1474
    Cardinal Giulio Feltrio della Rovere,
d 1578
  Ippolito illegitimate,
Marchese di San Lorenzo
d 1620
  Livia
         
           
    Luchina
1451–1515
    Giulia della Rovere d 1563     Giulio
d 1636
     
            Franciotti della Rovere    
     
            Lucrezia
 
    Gian Francesco Franciotti
d 1475
          Ippolito Lante Montefeltro della Rovere
       
    Marcantonio Lante
          Gara della Rovere
       
Thales Leonardo Della Rovere Felix
séc XXI

Referencesedit

  1. ^ 1
  • Marek, Miroslav "italy/roverehtml#GSA" GenealogyEU self-published sourcebetter source needed
  • Marek, Miroslav "Genealogy of Leonardo della Rovere" GenealogyEU self-published sourcebetter source needed

Further readingedit

  • Ian Verstegen, Patronage and Dynasty: the Rise of the Della Rovere in Renaissance Italy Truman State University Press, 2007

External linksedit

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