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Agnese Visconti also known as Agnes (1363 in Milan – 1391 in Mantua) was a daughter of Bernabò Visconti and his wife Beatrice Regina della Scala. She was consort of Mantua by her marriage to Francesco I Gonzaga.
Chokherbalyy  5/27/2020
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Agnese di Montefeltro (Gubbio, 1470 – Rome, 1523) was the daughter of Federico da Montefeltro, duke of Urbino and of his second wife, Battista Sforza. She was married to Fabrizio Colonna (1460–1520), duke of Paliano with whom she had six children, among which was the poet Vittoria Colonna. She died, a widow, in 1522 on her way home to Rome, coming back from a pilgrimage at Loreto Sanctuary.
Chokherbalyy  5/27/2020
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Agnese del Maino (c. 1411 – 13 December 1465) was a Milanese noblewoman and the mistress of Filippo Maria Visconti, the last legitimate Duke of Milan of the Visconti dynasty. Agnese was the mother of Bianca Maria Visconti, who succeeded to the title of Duchess of Milan in 1450, despite her illegitimacy.
Chokherbalyy  5/27/2020
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I think this name is cute. I prefer the Italian version to the English one.
malchik  4/17/2020
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Agnese Mondella is the mother of Lucia Mondella, main character of Manzoni's "The Betrothed".
malchik  4/17/2020
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AG-nəs in English.
RHAWK3935  11/19/2019
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Also Armenian.
― Anonymous User  6/5/2017
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Italian pronunciation of Agnese:

Ah-NYEYH-Seyh

"A" is as in "Father." "GN" is a difficult combination, and can best be described "ñ" (an "n" with a dialectal tilde, often seen in Spanish) such as in "piñata," or the nasally fusion of letters "-ni-" in the English word "onion": NYEH or NYEYH, short but distinct. The final piece, "-se" is simple, "seyh"/"seh," and is stressed more to rhyme with "may" sometimes, but can also be similar to the "eh" sound in "echo."
Francesca  10/1/2013
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Agnese Possamai is a retired middle distance runner from Italy.
LMS  7/31/2007
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Agnese Maffeis is an Italian discus thrower.
LMS  7/31/2007
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Agnese Allegrini is a female badminton player from Italy.
LMS  7/31/2007
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Agnese Nano is an Italian film, TV and theater actress. Her first appearance was in 1987 but she became famous after her role as the young "Elena" in Cinema Paradiso by Giuseppe Tornatore, in 1988.
LMS  7/31/2007
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Sounds like a language. Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese.
lunalovegood  7/9/2007

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