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Thomas I of Saluzzo

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Tomasso I
Marchese di Saluzzo
Thomas I of Saluzzo as King Arthur.jpg
PredecessorManfredo III
SuccessorManfredo IV
SpouseLuigia di Ceva
IssueManfredo IV
Alice FitzAlan, Countess of Arundel
HouseHouse of Aleramici
FatherManfredo III
MotherBeatrice of Savoy

Thomas I (1239–1296) was the fourth Marquess of Saluzzo from 1244 to his death. He was the son of Manfred III and Beatrice of Savoy.[1] He succeeded his father Manfred III. He was also the grandson of Amadeus IV, Count of Savoy.[1]


Under the reign of Thomas, Saluzzo blossomed, achieving a greatness which had eluded his ancestors. He crafted a state the borders of which remained unchanged for over two centuries. He extended the march to include Carmagnola. He was often at odds with Asti and he was a prime enemy of Charles of Anjou and his Italian pretensions. During his tenure, he made Saluzzo a free city, giving it a podestà to govern in his name. He defended his castles and roccaforti (strongholds) vigorously and built many new ones in the cities.

Armando Tallone, Tomaso I Marchese di Saluzzo, 1916

Marriage & issue

He married Luisa of Ceva. They had:


  1. ^ a b c Chaubet 1984, p. 125.
  2. ^ Coke 2016, p. 72.


  • Chaubet, Daniel (1984). "Une enquête historique en Savoie au XVe siècle". Journal des savants (in French). n°1-2: 93-125.
  • Coke, Karen (2016). "Lambert Barnard, Bishop Shirborn's 'Paynter'". In Dimmock, Matthew; Hadfield, Andrew; Quinn, Paul (eds.). Art, Literature and Religion in Early Modern Sussex. Routledge.
Thomas I of Saluzzo
Born: 1239 Died: 1296
Preceded by
Manfred III
Marquess of Saluzzo
Succeeded by
Manfred IV
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