Jean I, Lord of Monaco

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Jean I Grimaldi (c. 1382 – 1454) was Lord of Monaco three times; 1395, jointly with his brothers Ambroise and Antonie from 1419 to 1436, and alone from 1436 until 1454.[1]

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Jean I, Lord of Monaco
Born: c. 1382 Died: 1454
Preceded by
Charles I, Antonio, Gabriele and Rainier II
Lord of Monaco
1395
Succeeded by
Louis, Lord of Monaco
Preceded by
Republic of Genova (1402–1419)
Lord of Monaco
Until 1427 jointly with Ambroise and Antonie:
1419–1454
Succeeded by
Catalan, Lord of Monaco