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Dukes of Milan

Etruscan kings

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Monarchs of kingdoms within the boundaries of modern Italy from the fall of the Western Roman Empire in 476 AD onwards.

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Dukes of Milan

Etruscan kings

Kings of Etruria

Kings of Italy

Kings of Rome

Kings of Sardinia

Lombard kings

Monarchs of Naples

Monarchs of Sicily

Monarchs of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies

Ostrogothic kings

Rulers of Florence

   

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Adalbert of Italy

Berengar I of Italy

Berengar II of Italy

Bernard of Italy

Bertoleoni

Cangrande I della Scala

Guy III of Spoleto

Hugh of Italy

Lambert of Italy

List of Prime Ministers of King Victor Emmanuel III

Pepin of Italy

Rudolph II of Burgundy

Umberto I of Italy

Umberto II of Italy

Victor Emmanuel II of Italy

Victor Emmanuel III of Italy

    

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