Marie Mancini

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Marie Mancini
Princess Colonna
Marie (Anna Maria) Mancini by Jacob Ferdinand Voet.jpg
Marie Manxini bi Jacob Ferdinand Voet.
Full name
Anne Marie Mancini
Born28 August 1639
Rome, Italy
Dee'd8 Mey 1715 (aged 76)
Pisa, Italy
Spoose(s)Prince Lorenzo Onofrio Colonna
FaitherLorenzo Mancini
MitherGeronima Mazzarini
ReleegionRoman Catholicism

Anna Maria (Marie) Mancini (28 August 1639 – 8 Mey 1715) was the third of the five Mancini sisters; nieces o Cardinal Mazarin that wur brocht tae Fraunce to mairy advantageously. Along with two of their female Martinozzi cousins, the Mancini sisters were kent at the coort o Keeng Louis XIV o Fraunce as the Mazarinettes.

Siblings[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Laura Mancini (1636–1657), who married Louis de Bourbon, Duke o Vendôme an mither o Louis Joseph de Bourbon, Duke o Vendôme.
  2. Paul Jules Mancini (born 1636, died 1652 or 1654 in battle)
  3. Olympia Mancini (1638–1708), mairit Prince Eugene Maurice o Savoy, Coont o Soissons the mither o Prince Eugene o Savoy.
  4. Philippe Jules Mancini, Duke o Nevers (1641–1707)
  5. Margherita Mancini (born 1643)
  6. Alfonso Mancini (born 1644, died 1658)
  7. Hortense Mancini (1646–1699), the beauty of the faimily, who escaped her abusive husband, Armand Charles de La Porte, Duke o La Meilleraye, and went tae London. where she became the mistress of Keeng Charles II.
  8. Anna Mancini (born 1647)
  9. Marie Anne Mancini mairit Godefroy Maurice de La Tour d'Auvergne, Duke o Bouillon.

Mairiage[eedit | eedit soorce]

In 1661 in Roum, Marie mairit Prince Lorenzo Onofrio Colonna, the 8t Duke an Prince o Paliano.

Childer[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Prince Filippo Colonna, Prince-Duke o Paliano, (1663 - 1714) mairit Lorenza de la Cerda, nae childer. Mairit Olimpia Pamphilj an haed childer.
  2. Marcantonio Colonna (born 1664)
  3. Cardinal Carlo Colonna (born 1665)

Ither wabsteids[eedit | eedit soorce]

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