Category:Dukes of Milan

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<nowiki>duque de Milán; duc de Milan; герцаг Міляну; duc de Milà; Herzog von Mailand; diúc Milano; duce de Milano; ڈیوک آف میلان; duque de Milão; דוכס מילאנו; hertigen av Milano; војвода на Милано; герцог Міланський; hertog van Milaan; Δούκας του Μιλάνου; duke of Milan; duca di Milano; Dug Milan; duque de Milán; vojvoda Milana; milánský vévoda; герцаг Мілана; sovrano del Ducato di Milano e titolo nobiliare; titre de noblesse; vojvodinja Milana; milanski vojvoda; milanska vojvodinja; Duc de Milan; милански војвода; герцагіня Міляну; герцаг Мілянскі; герцагіня Мілянская</nowiki>
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  1. Gian Galeazzo Visconti (1395 - 1402)
  2. Giovanni Maria Visconti (1402 - 1412)
  3. Filippo Maria Visconti (1412 - 1447)
    Aurea Repubblica Ambrosiana (1447-1450)
  4. Francesco Sforza (1450 - 1466)
  5. Galeazzo Maria Sforza (1466 - 1476)
  6. Gian Galeazzo Maria Sforza (1476 - 1494)
  7. Ludovico il Moro (1494 - 1499)
    First French domination - 1499-1500
    Louis XII of France
  8. Ludovico il Moro (1500)
    Second French domination - 1500-1512
  9. Ercole Massimiliano Sforza (1512 - 1515)
    Third French domination - 1515-1521
  10. Francesco II Sforza (1521 - 1535)
    Spanish domination (1535-1706)
    Austrian domination (1706-1797).

After Napoleone Bonaparte, who had merged the Duchy into the first Kingdom of Italy under his own crown, the Duchy was merged with Veneto to form the Regno del Lombardo-Veneto (Kingdom of Lombardy-Veneto, under the Austrian crown) until the unification of Italy in 1860.

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