ⓘ Baglioni (family)

                                     

ⓘ Baglioni (family)

The Baglioni family is an Umbrian noble family that ruled over the city of Perugia between 1438 and 1540, when Rodolfo II Baglioni had to surrender the city to the papal troops of Pope Paul III after the Salt War. At that point, Perugia came under the control of the Papal States.

The descendants of the family still exist today, including the French branch Baglion de La Dufferie, which owned the château de La Motte-Husson in the Department of Mayenne, France.

                                     
  • Baglioni is an Italian surname. Notable people with the surname include: Claudio Baglioni b. 1951 Italian musician Piero Baglioni b. 1952 Italian
  • Gian Paolo Baglioni c. 1470 June 1520 was an Italian condottiero and lord of Perugia. He was the son of Rodolfo Baglioni and initially fought mostly
  • 1500, when Grifonetto Baglioni and some angry members of the family conspired to murder much of the rest of the Baglioni family as they slept. According
  • Astorre Baglioni March 1526 4 August 1571 was an Italian condottiero and military commander. He was born in Perugia, the son of Gentile Baglioni a member
  • the Baglioni family from which derives the name of the mansion that the aforesaid family left in the country. Castello o palazzo dei conti Baglioni of
  • Emilio Baglioni became culinary host to the Hollywood stars, employed by Jack L. Warner of Warner Brothers Studios as the head of the commissary and executive
  • The Palazzo Muti Baglioni is a Baroque architecture palace located near San Cassiano in the Sestiere San Polo of Venice, Italy. In 1602, at the site of
  • for the church of Santa Maria dei Servi in Perugia, connected to the Baglioni family in 1543 it was moved to the church of Santa Maria Nuova in the same
  • most notable in the city and housed the chapels of the Baglioni family and other notable families in the city. It was demolished in the 1540s to make way