Ippolita Ludovisi

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Olimpia Ippolita I Ludovisi (December 24, 1663 – December 29, 1733) was the Princess of Piombino from 1701 until her death.


She was born in Cagliari, the youngest daughter of Niccolò I Ludovisi. On 19 October 1681 she married Gregorio II Boncompagni, 5th duke of Sora and Arce.

On November 27, 1700 she inherited the family fiefs from her sister Olimpia, including Piombino.

Ippolita was outlived by her five daughters. The Principality of Piombino was then inherited by the members of the Boncompagni family, through her eldest daughter Maria Eleonora.


  • Hugo (1684–1686) died young
  • Maria Eleonora (1686–1745), Princess of Piombino, married Antonio Boncompagni
  • Constance (1687–1768), married Vincenzo Giustiniani, Prince of Bassano
  • Maria Teresa (1692–1744), married Urbano Barberini, Prince of Palestrina
  • Giulia (1695–1751), married Marco Ottoboni, Duke of Fiano
  • Anna Maria (1696–1752), married Gian Vincenzo Salviati, Duke of Giuliano


  • Mauro Carrara, Signori e principi di Piombino, Bandecchi & Vivaldi, Pontedera 1996.
Preceded by
Olimpia Ludovisi
Princess of Piombino
Succeeded by
Maria Eleonora I Boncompagni