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  1. Ana de Lusinhão, também conhecida como Ana de Chipre (Nicósia, 24 de setembro de 1416 — Genebra, 11 de novembro de 1462) [1] [2] foi princesa de Chipre por nascimento e duquesa consorte de Saboia pelo seu casamento com Luís, Duque de Saboia.

  2. Ana de Lusignan o Ana de Chipre (Nicosia, 24 de septiembre de 1418-Ginebra, 11 de noviembre de 1462) fue la hija del rey Jano de Chipre y de Carlota de Borbón-La Marche, y un miembro de la célebre dinastía Lusignan, la dinastía de los cruzados.

  3. Anne of Cyprus (or Anne de Lusignan) (24 September 1418 – 11 November 1462) was a Duchess of Savoy by marriage to Louis, Duke of Savoy. She was the daughter of King Janus of Cyprus and Charlotte of Bourbon; and a member of the Poitiers-Lusignan crusader dynasty.

  4. 27 de set. de 2022 · Genealogy for Duchess Anne of Savoy (Poitiers-Lusignan), princess of Cyprus (1418 - 1462) family tree on Geni, with over 240 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

    • Nicosia
    • September 24, 1418
    • "Anne of Cyprus", "Anne de Lusignan"
    • Nicosia, Cyprus
  5. The Château de Lusignan, near Poitiers, was the principal seat of the Lusignans. It is shown at its height in the March illumination in the Trés Riches Heures of the Duc de Berry (circa 1412). Louis XIV fortified it and it was used as a prison, a school—and a handy quarry for building materials.

  6. Lusignan Family, noble family of Poitou (a province of western France) that provided numerous crusaders and kings of Jerusalem, Cyprus, and Lesser Armenia. A branch of the family became counts of La Marche and Angoulême and played a role in precipitating the baronial revolt in England against King.

  7. Anne de Lusignan dite aussi Anne de Chypre, née le 24 septembre 1418 à Nicosie et morte le 11 novembre 1462 à Genève est une femme d'État du XV e siècle, qui par son mariage avec Louis I er de Savoie, devient duchesse de Savoie de 1433 jusqu'à sa mort.