in exile in Rome

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  • Due to being accused of such, he lived in exile in Rome for the rest of his life.
  • In the autumn of 1818, she visited her parents who were living in exile in Rome.
  • Queen Soraya lived in exile in Rome, Italy, with her family, having been invited by Italy.
  • After converting to Catholicism he lived in exile in Rome, and was made a senator.
  • From there he went to the Stuart court-in-exile in Rome, where he became a confidant of Prince Charles.
  • Along with her two sisters, she travelled with King Farouk on his last voyage out of Egypt, and lived with him in exile in Rome.
  • He also wrote a Useful Manual of the Christian Life for the children of James II of England, who were then in exile in Rome.
  • Capece was court poet to Queen Maria Casimira of Poland, who was living in exile in Rome.
  • His cousin, Adam Urquhart was a member of Charles Edward Stuart's court-in-exile in Rome.
  • On October 5, 1975 he and his wife were severely injured by gunshots while in exile in Rome.
  • From 1478 he was in exile in Rome, having clashed with John II of Portugal, at that point in power though not yet reigning.
  • While in exile in Rome, Maria fell in love with an officer of the papal guard, Armand de Lawayss, and became pregnant by him.
  • During the 18th century this entire range of buildings was, by courtesy of the Pope, the residence of the exiled Stuart dynasty while in exile in Rome.
  • So the SODAF (a forerunner of the SSDF) was founded in exile in Rome.
  • King Francis set up a government in exile in Rome that enjoyed diplomatic recognition by most European states for a few years as still the legitimate government of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies.
  • Shirakian was given the task to assassinate Sait Halim Pasha while he was in exile in Rome, Italy.
  • In exile in Rome in January 1569, he was appointed as a priest at the Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore by Carlo Borromeo.