Alessandro Ruspoli, 2nd Prince of Cerveteri

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Alessandro Ruspoli
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Born December 3, 1708
Rome,  Papal States
Died June 20, 1779
Rome,  Papal States
Residence Palazzo Ruspoli (Rome)
Title
  • II Prince of Cerveteri
  • II Marquess of Riano
  • VII Count of Vignanello
Spouse(s)

1st Princess Virginia Altieri di Oriolo

2nd Countess Prudenza Marescotti-Capizucchi
Children
  • Princess Marianna Ruspoli
  • Princess Maria Isabella Ruspoli
  • Prince Francesco Ruspoli
  • Princess Giacinta Ruspoli
  • Prince Bartolomeo Ruspoli
  • Prince Lorenzo Ruspoli
Parents
Family House of Ruspoli

Alessandro, Principe Ruspoli (December 3, 1708 – Rome, June 20, 1779) was the 2nd Principe di Cerveteri, 2nd Marchese di Riano and 7th Conte di Vignanello, son of Francesco Maria Marescotti Ruspoli, 1st Prince of Cerveteri and wife Isabella Cesi dei Duchi di Acquasparta, maternal niece of Pope Innocent XIII. His brother was Bartolomeo Ruspoli.

Marriages and children[edit]

He married firstly in 1720 as her first husband Virginia Altieri dei Principi di Oriolo (Rome, May 6, 1705 – ?), without issue. The marriage was annulled by the Pope.

He married secondly in 1749 his first cousin Prudenza dei Conti Marescotti-Capizucchi, daughter of his uncle Mario, 1st Conte Marescotti-Capizucchi (1681 – December 23, 1758) and wife Cassandra Sacchetti dei Marchesi di Castel Rigattini, and paternal granddaughter of Alessandro Marescotti, 5th Conte di Vignanello and second wife Prudenza Gabrielli (December 17, 1654 – December 13, 1709), by whom he had six children:

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See also[edit]

Italian nobility
Preceded by
Francesco Maria, 1st Prince of Cerveteri
Prince of Cerveteri
1731–1779
Succeeded by
Francesco Ruspoli, 3rd Prince of Cerveteri