Visconti

Visconti may refer to:

  • House of Visconti, ruled Milan from 1277-1447
People
  • Azzone Visconti (1302–1339), lord of Milan
  • Ennio Quirino Visconti (1751–1818), Italian antiquarian and art historian
  • Federico Visconti (1617–1693), Cardinal and Archbishop of Milan from 1681 to 1693.
  • Filippo Maria Visconti (archbishop) (1721-1801), Archbishop of Milan from 1784 to 1801.
  • Gaspare Visconti, Archbishop of Milan from 1584 to 1595.
  • Giovanni Visconti, Bishop of Sabina (died 1278), Roman Catholic prelate
  • Giovanni Visconti (archbishop) (died 1354), Milanese cardinal
  • Giovanni Visconti (cyclist) (born 1983)
  • John of Gallura (died 1275), John (or Giovanni) Visconti, Judge of Gallura, Sardinian ruler
  • Louis Visconti (1791–1853), Italian-born French architect
  • Luchino Visconti (1906–1976), Italian film, theatre, and opera director
  • Teobaldo Visconti, later Pope Gregory X (1210–1276)
  • Tony Visconti (record producer) (born 1944)
  • Michael Visconti (Pharmacist) (born 1956)
Places
  • Motta Visconti
  • Visconti Castle
Other
  • Visconti grip, a type of hand grip for fencing weapons
  • Visconti (pen manufacturer)
  • Visconti-Sforza tarot deck

Other articles related to "visconti":

Stefano Visconti
... Stefano Visconti (c.1287-4 July 1327) was a member of the House of Visconti that ruled Milan from the 14th to the 15th century ... He was the son of Matteo I Visconti ... Persondata Name Visconti, Stefano Alternative names Short description Italian nobleman Date of birth c. 1274 Place of birth Milano Date of death 4 July 1327 Place of death Milano ...
Christmas (Elaine Paige Album)
... and last of Paige's albums to be produced by Tony Visconti, after Stage (1983), Cinema (1984) and Love Hurts (1985) ... The album was recorded at Visconti's Good Earth Studios in September 1986 ... In contrast to Paige's musical theatre background, a feature of all her Visconti-produced recordings is the pop arrangements ...
Caterina Visconti
... Caterina Visconti, Duchess of Milan (1361 – 17 October 1404) was a member of the Italian noble family Visconti, which ruled Milan from 1277 to 1447 ... She was the second wife of Gian Galeazzo Visconti, the first Duke of Milan, and was the mother of two succeeding Dukes of Milan, Gian Maria Visconti and Filippo Maria Visconti ... Her granddaughter was Bianca Maria Visconti, who became Duchess of Milan in 1447 ...
Andrea Malatesta
... the Florentines against Gian Galeazzo Visconti, Duke of Milan ... In 1402, together with his brother Pandolfo, he went into the service of Galeazzo Maria Visconti, fighting in the expedition against Bologna and in the victorious battle ... After the duke's death, he was hired again by the pope, and in 1403 he was able to expel the Visconti from Bologna, capturing a large booty in the following campaigns in the neighborhood ...