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Vittorio Amedeo I
12th Duca di Savoia
(1587-1637)


Other names: 'le Grand'
[4]

Other Titles and Honours

Titular King of Cyprus, 1630-37†[1]
Titular King of Jerusalem, 1630-37†[1]
Titular King of Armenia, 1630-37†[1]
Principe di Piemonte, 1630-370†[2]
Titular Prince of Achaia, 1630-37†[2]
Principe d'Oneglia, 1630-37†[2]

Duc de Chablais, 1630-37†[2]
Duca d'Aosta, 1630-37†[2]
Duc de Genevois[2]

Duca di Monferrato[2]
Marchese di Susa,
1630-37†[2]
Marchese di Saluzzo,
1630-37†[2]
Conte d'Asti
,
1630-37†[2]
Comte de Nice
,
1630-37†[2]
Comte de Tende
,
1630-37†[2]
Comte de Genève
,
1630-37†[2]
Comte de Romont
,
1630-37†[2]
Baron de Vaud,
1630-37†[2]
Signore de Vercelli, 1630-37†[2]
Seigneur de Fribourg
, 1630-37†[2]
Signore del Marro
, 1630-37†[2]
Signore della Prela
, 1630-37†[2]
Signore di Novello[2]

Main Events

Vittorio Amedeo I succeeded to little more than a title, but by his alliance with France, he managed to regain most of his territories. He proved a wise and popular ruler, and his early death was much deplored.[3] Through a peace treaty that followed the War of the Mantuan Succession (1628-31), he obtained parts of Montferrat, but was obliged to yield Pinerolo and the valley of Perosa to France. In 1635 he supported the French army in the struggle with the emperor for the Duchy of Milan.[5]

Place of birth: Turin[4]
Place of Marriage: Palais du Louvre[4]
Place of death and burial: Vercelli[4]


 

 
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Sources

1.
K.M. Setton, ed. A History of the Crusades, vol. 2. Wisconsin: Princeton University of Wisconsin Press, 1969.

2. S. Guichenon. Histoire généalogique de la royale maison de Savoie, vol. 2. Turin: chez Jean-Michel Briolo, 1778.

3.
Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information, 11th edn, vol. 17. New York: Encyclopaedia Britannica Co., 1911.

4. C. Cawley. Medieval Lands - A prosopography of medieval European noble and royal families. The Foundation for Medieval Genealogy. ©2018.

5. C.
G. Herbermann. The Catholic Encyclopedia, vol. 13. New York: Encyclopedia Press, 1913.
 

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