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Duchy of Castro

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Duchy of Castro

Ducato di Castro  (Italian)
Ducatus Castri  (Latin)
1537–1649
Flag
Motto: Castrum civitas fidelis
StatusVassal of the Papal States
CapitalCastro
Common languagesLatin, Italian
Religion
Catholicism
GovernmentNon-sovereign monarchy
Duke 
• 1537–1545
Pier Luigi Farnese (first)
• 1646–1649
Ranuccio II Farnese (last)
Historical eraEarly modern era
• Created by Pope Paul III
1537
• 
1814
• Disestablished. Ranuccio II is forced to cede the lands back to Pope Innocent X
1649
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Papal States
Papal States
Today part of Italy

The Duchy of Castro was a fiefdom in central Italy formed in 1537 from a small strip of land on what is now Lazio's border with Tuscany, centred on Castro, Lazio, a fortified city on a tufa cliff overlooking the Fiora River which was its capital and ducal residence. Technically a vassal state to the Papal States, it in fact enjoyed de facto independence under the rule of the House of Farnese until 1649, when it was subsumed back into the Papal States.

It was created a duchy by Pope Paul III (1534–1549) in the bull Videlicet immeriti on 31 October 1537, with his son Pier Luigi Farnese and his firstborn male heirs as its dukes. It only lasted little more than 110 years and was eclipsed by the Farnese's possessions in Parma. It stretched from the Tyrrhenian Sea to the Lago di Bolsena, in the strip of land bounded by the river Marta and the river Fiora, stretching back to the Olpeta stream and the lago di Mezzano, from which the Olpeta flows. The duchy of Latera and county of Ronciglione were annexed to it.

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Wars of Castro

List of Dukes of Castro

This page was last edited on 5 February 2019, at 04:58
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