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|Francesco Maria de' Medici|
Medici while Cardinal
|Duke of Rovere and Montefeltro|
|Reign||6 March 1694 – 3 February 1711|
|Born||12 November 1660
Pitti Palace, Florence, Tuscany
|Died||3 February 1711
Bagno a Ripoli, Florence, Tuscany
|Spouse||Eleonora Luisa Gonzaga|
|House||House of Medici|
|Father||Ferdinando II de' Medici|
|Mother||Vittoria della Rovere|
Francesco Maria de' Medici (12 November 1660 – 3 February 1711) was an Italian political leader, Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church and Duke of Rovere and Montefeltro.
In 1683 he was made governor of Siena.
In 1686, Pope Innocent XII made him a cardinal. In 1709, he was permitted to give up his role as cardinal on 14 July 1709 the same year.
In March 1694, he inherited to the Duchies of Rovere and Montefeltro.
In 1709, he married Eleonora Luisa Gonzaga.
Medici died at the Bagno a Ripoli in 1711.
Titles and styles
- 12 November 1660 – 6 March 1694: His Highness Prince Francesco Maria de' Medici.
- 6 March 1694 – 3 February 1711: His Highness The Duke of Rovere and Montefeltro.
- 2 September 1686 – 19 June 1709: His Eminence Cardinal Francesco Maria de' Medici.
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