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List of rulers of Guastalla

Guastalla is a town in Emilia-Romagna, on the right bank of the Po River. The county of Guastalla existed from 1406 until 1746, being raised to the Ducal status in 1621. In 1456 the county was split, Montechiarugolo and Casei going to Pietro Guido I Torelli.[1]

Lords of Guastalla

  • Gilberto da Correggio 1307-1321
  • Simone da Correggio 1321-1346, together with
    • Guido da Correggio
    • Azzone da Correggio
    • Giovanni da Correggio
  • The Duchy of Milan 1346-1403
  • Ottone Terzi 1403-1406

Counts of Guastalla

  • Guido Torelli 1406-1449 (Count from 1428)
  • Cristoforo Torelli 1449-1490[2]
  • Guido Galeotto Torelli 1460-1479, together with
    • Francesco Maria Torelli
  • Pietro Guido II Torelli 1486-1494
  • Achille Torelli 1494-1522
  • Ludovica Torelli 1522-1539
  • Ferrante I Gonzaga 1539-1557
  • Cesare I Gonzaga 1557-1575

Dukes of Guastalla

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