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The seven richest heiresses of France (1911)

by Count de [Guy Jean Raoul Eugène Charles Emmanuel

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Cardinal Mazarin, 17th century chief minister of France, arranged princely marriages for his seven nieces, known at the court of Louis XIV as the "Mazarinettes": Anne Marie Martinozzi became the Princesse de Conti; Laura Martinozzi, Duchess of Modena; Laure Mancini became Duchesse de Mercoeur; Olympe Mancini became Comtesse de Soissons; Hortense Mancini, Duchesse Mazarin; Marie Mancini, Princess Colonna; Marie Anne Mancini, Duchesse de Bouillon. All these women had stormy marital careers.
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