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Gian Giacomo Crispo

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Gian Giacomo Crispo

Gian Giacomo Crispo (1446–1453) was the fourteenth Duke of the Archipelago, etc., from 1447 to 1453, son of the thirteenth Duke Giacomo II Crispo and wife Ginevra Gattilusio.

He died at only age six or seven and was succeeded by his grand-uncle William II.


Preceded by
Giacomo II
Duke of the Archipelago
Succeeded by
William II

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