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  1. Élisa Bonaparte (geboren als Maria Anna Elisa Buonaparte, * 3. Januar 1777 in Ajaccio, Korsika; † 7. August 1820 in Villa Vicentina) war die älteste Schwester Napoleon Bonapartes. Sie war in der napoleonischen Zeit Fürstin von Lucca und Piombino und Großherzogin der Toskana .

  2. Elisa Napoléone Baciocchi Levoy (3 June 1806 – 3 February 1869) was the daughter of Felice Baciocchi and Elisa Bonaparte, who was Princess of Lucca and Piombino and a sister of Napoleon I. She was their only child to live beyond their teenage years.

  3. Maria Anna Elisa Bonaparte Baciocchi Levoy ( French: Marie Anne Elisa Bonaparte; 3 January 1777 – 7 August 1820), better known as Elisa Bonaparte, was an imperial French princess and sister of Napoleon Bonaparte.

  4. Catholicisme. modifier. Élisa Napoléone Baciocchi, née à Lucques, le 3 juin 1806 et morte à Colpo, le 3 février 1869, dite « Madame Napoléone », fut nommée princesse de Lucques et Piombino par Napoléon Ier (son oncle) le 27 juin 1808 .

  5. It is the portrait of the eldest of Napoleon's sisters, Elisa, with her daughter (significantly called Napoleona Elisa). Elisa married the Corsican nobleman Felice Baciocchi; she was...

  6. Standing next to Elisa is her daughter, the little Napoléone, with a greyhound by her side. On the left, along with the ladies-in-waiting, is the artist Giovanni Antonio Santarelli, carving teacher and medallist, depicted while talking to Tommaso Puccini, chamberlain to the Grand Duchess and Director of the Uffizi Galleries, and showing a ...

  7. ELISA Bonaparte Baciocchi, principessa di Lucca e Piombino in "Enciclopedia Italiana" - Treccani - Treccani. Ersilio Michel. Nata il 3 gennaio 1777 ad Aiaccio, morta il 7 agosto 1820 a Villa Vicentina. A sette anni fu ammessa nell'istituto reale di Saint-Cyr e vi rimase fino al 1792, quando suo fratello Napoleone la ricondusse in Corsica.