Definition of Marquisate. Meaning of Marquisate. Synonyms of Marquisate

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Definition of Marquisate

Marquisate
Marquisate Mar"quis*ate, n. [Cf. F. marquisat.] The seigniory, dignity, or lordship of a marquis; the territory governed by a marquis.

Meaning of Marquisate from wikipedia

- Europe. The dignity, rank or position of the title is referred to as a marquisate or marquessate. The theoretical distinction between a marquess and other...
- Trent Marquisate of Saluzzo Marquisate of Montferrat Marquisate of Mantua Marquisate of M****a Marquisate of Finale Marquisate of Incisa Marquisate of Ceva...
- The Marquisate of Incisa (Marchesato di Incisa in Italian) was a lordship of the House of Aleramici in southern Piedmont, northern Italy, which existed...
- The Marquisate of Saluzzo was a historical Italian state that included French and Piedmont territories on the Alps. The Marquisate of Saluzzo occupied...
- The following page contains an incomplete list (A-Z) of marquisates (French marquisat) that exist or formerly existed in France or within its conquered...
- The Marquisate of Ceva was a small independent state in north-western Italy, situated at the foot of the Apennines, with its seat at Ceva, in what is now...
- The Marquisate of Oristano was a marquisate of Sardinia that lasted from 1410 until 1478 It was formed after the death of Mari**** V of Arborea, the second...
- The Marquisate of Finale was an Italian state in what is now Liguria, part of the former medieval Aleramici March. It was ruled for some six centuries...
- The Marquisate of Villena is a Spaniard nobility title created in Spain in the 14th century. The first marquis of Villena was Alfonso of Aragon, and a...
- The March (also margraviate or marquisate) of Montferrat was a frontier march of the Kingdom of Italy during the Middle Ages and a state of the Holy Roman...
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