Gonzaga

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Lucrezia Gonzaga
... Lucrezia Gonzaga di Gazzuolo (1522 - 11 February 1576) was an Italian noblewoman known for her literary talents, and her association with Matteo Bandello ... She was born in Bozzolo to Pirro Gonzaga, lord of Gazzuolo, member of a secondary branch of the Gonzaga family, and Camilla Bentivoglio ... she married Paolo Manfrone, and is sometimes known as Lucrezia Gonzaga Manfrona ...
Clara Gonzaga - Family
... Clara was born in Mantua on 1 July 1464, the eldest daughter of Federico I Gonzaga, Marquess of Mantua and Margaret of Bavaria (1 January 1442 – 14 October 1479) ... She had five siblings including Francesco II Gonzaga, Marquess of Mantua whose wife was the celebrated Isabella d'Este ... Clara's paternal grandparents were Ludovico III Gonzaga and Barbara of Brandenburg and her maternal grandparents were Albert III, Duke of Bavaria and Anna of Brunswick-Grubenhagen-Einbeck ...
Sports In Spokane, Washington - Basketball
... sports, Spokane is arguably most notable for being the home of the Gonzaga Bulldogs and their NCAA Division I college basketball program that competes in the West Coast Conference (WCC) ... a “mid-major” conference, the Gonzaga basketball program is often considered a major program ... Gonzaga is one of only nine schools to have reached each of the past ten NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournaments, and is the only school not from a major conference to do so ...
Cesare II Gonzaga, Duke Of Guastalla
... Cesare II Gonzaga (Mantua, 1592 – February 26, 1632) was Duke of Guastalla ... He was the son of Ferrante II Gonzaga, Duke of Guastalla and Duke of Amalfi and of Vittoria Doria ... (1598–1623),and had 2 children Ferrante III Gonzaga (1618–1678), next Duke of Guastalla ...