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  1. Maria-Letizia Bonaparte [b] (née Ramolino; [c] 24 August 1750 or 1749 [a] – 2 February 1836), known as Letizia Bonaparte, was a Corsican noblewoman and the mother of Napoleon I of France. She received the title " Madame Mère " (French for "Madame Mother") due to her status as the Emperor's mother.

  2. Maria Letizia Ramolino, verheiratete Letizia Buonaparte (* 24. August 1750 in Ajaccio auf Korsika; † 2. Februar 1836 in Rom ), genannt Madame Mère, war die Mutter Napoleon Bonapartes . Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Leben. 1.1 Korsika. 1.2 Paris. 1.3 Rom. 2 Nachkommen. 3 Vorfahren. 4 Literatur. 5 Weblinks. 6 Einzelnachweise. Leben. Korsika.

  3. Maria Letizia Bonaparte (French: Marie Laetitia Eugénie Catherine Adélaïde; 20 November 1866 – 25 October 1926) was one of three children born to Prince Napoléon and his wife Princess Maria Clotilde of Savoy. In 1888, she married Prince Amadeo, Duke of Aosta, the former king of Spain and her uncle.

  4. Maria Letizia Eugénie Catherine Adélaïde Bonaparte (* 20. November 1866 in Paris ; † 25. Oktober 1926 in Moncalieri ) war die zweite Frau von Amadeus Ferdinand Maria von Savoyen , Herzog von Aosta , dem früheren König von Spanien .

  5. 17. März 2017 · Marie-Letizia Bonaparte ( née Ramolino), Madame Mére de Sa Majesté l'Empereur (1804 - 1815) Born: 24th August 1750 in Ajaccio, Corsica. Married: 2nd June 1764 in Ajaccio, Corsica. Died: 2nd February 1836 in Rome, Italy. Childhood.

  6. Lupin Foundation Center for the Decorative Arts. Accession # 74.642. Description. A humble and devout Italian noblewoman, Maria Letizia Ramolino Bonaparte (1750–1836) was thrust into a life of wealth and title when her son, Napoleon Bonaparte, was crowned Emperor of the French in 1804.

  7. 19. Feb. 2024 · Letizia Buonaparte (born August 24, 1750, Ajaccio, Corsica—died February 2, 1836, Rome, Italy) was the mother of Napoleon I by Carlo Maria Buonaparte, whom she married in 1764. Simple and frugal in her tastes and devout in thought, she helped to bind her children to the life of Corsica.