Casa Principesca Ruspoli di Poggio-Suasa

The House of Marescotti-Ruspoli

The House of Ruspoli are an old and noble roman family. All its members hold the title of Prince of the Holy Roman Empire.

The origins of the family can be traced back to the Ruspoli of Florence in the 13th century and through the family’s claimed direct descent from Marius Scotus in the 8th century and the Marescottis of Bologna. In the 17th century the Ruspolis moved to Rome where the last descendant, Vittoria Ruspoli, Marchioness of Cerveteri, married Sforza Vicino Marescotti Count of Vignanello, a descendant of the Farnese family on both his mother’s and father’s side. One of Vittoria’s sons took the Ruspoli name and coat of arms to guarantee the continuity of the house.

In 1708, Vittoria’s grandson, Francesco Ruspoli head of the Ruspoli Regiment fought to defend the Vatican State. In 1709 he forced the Austrians to a retreat and Pope Clement XI named Francesco first Prince of Cerveteri.

The papal title was conferred in 1721, and the Italian in 1905.

They held the post of Grand Master of the Sacred Apostolic Hospice, or Quartermaster-General of the Sacred Palaces, which was an hereditary official of the Pontifical Household. He was a Participating Privy Chamberlains and the sole lay member of the Noble Privy Antechamber, as well as a Participating Privy Chamberlains of the Sword and Cape (who were all laymen, traditionally holding hereditary posts). The post was abolished in the reforms of the Papal Curia after 1968.

The Ruspoli family is the most wicked Illuminati bloodline and top owners of the Vatican with princely titles all over Italy and Spain.

The Ruspoli family are also intermarried with the House of Sforza and are involved with Italian banking. Prince Alessandro Ruspoli was the a direct descendent of the Mattarazzo family of Brazil.

The Mattarazzo family originated in Italy before immigrating to Brazil.

Count Francisco Matarazzo founded Industrias Reunidas Matarazzo S.A which was one of the largest companies in Brazil and Prince Alessandro “Dado” Ruspoli inherited a portion of its wealth from his mother Claudia de Conti Mattarazzo.

Prince Dado Ruspoli was also an actor and in the movie Godfather III which is one of the many examples of Hollywood glorifying the Italian Mafia.

Tao Ruspoli who is the son of Dado Ruspoli is in the entertainment industry and was married to the actress Olivia Wilde who covertly manages a satanic cult in Hollywood today.

Dado’s other son Bart Ruspoli is married into the Getty family who established Getty Oil Company.

Jean Paul Getty was considered the wealthiest man in America in his time.

Prince Lilio Ruspoli-Sforza was a top executive for Banca Romana and worked under the Italian Bank of the South.

The Sforza family have a serpent eating a child displayed on their coat of arms which is also the logo for Alfa Romeo. Alfa Romeo means first from Rome.

Prince Lilio Ruspoli-Sfora was also the Italian High Commissioner of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta and ambassador for the SMOM.

Marquis Luis Ruspoli who died in 2011 was also a Knight of Malta.

The Ruspoli family have two grape vines on their coat of arms. Grapes and wine are often used as metaphors for blood by the Illuminati.

The Roman Catholic Church drinks wine as a metaphor for the blood of Christ. Members of the Ruspoli crime family include Prince Lilio Ruspoli-Sforza, Prince Francesco Ruspoli, Princess Giacinta Ruspoli, Tao Ruspoli, Bart Ruspoli, Don Enrique Jaime Ruspoli, Don Carlos Osvaldo Ruspoli and Don Luis Ruspoli.

The Marescotti-Ruspoli

Francesco Maria Marescotti Ruspoli, first-born son of Alessandro (of Sforza Vicino Marescotti, 4th Conte di Vignanello and Vittoria dei Principi Ruspoli), was born March 2, 1672. In 1695 he married lady Isabella Cesi, daughter of Giuseppe Angelo, fifth Duke of Acquasparta and Giacinta Conti of the Dukes of Poli and Guadagnolo (sister of Pope Innocent XIII).

After various legal battles he inherited from the Marescottis, Capizucchis and Ruspolis. On September 4, 1705, by notarial act Floridi, he could finally add to his titles that of Marquis of Cerveteri.

Francesco Maria appreciated and helped the development of Academy of Arcadia of which he was a member under the pseudonym Olinto. He was the first patron to welcome them in one of his villas on Via Merulana. The first volume of the Rime degli Arcadi was dedicated to Francesco Maria. In 1725 the Arcadia took permanent residence in the Gianicolo villa of Bosco Parrasio.

In 1707 George Frideric Handel arrived in Rome where for two years he was a guest of Francesco Maria Ruspoli, who named him Kapellmeister.[17] During this period he composed Salve Regina (HWV 241) which he performed in the Ruspoli Castle in Vignanello and Diana Cacciatrice (HWV 79) which he performed in Palazzo Ruspoli in Cerveteri. In Rome at the Ruspolis[18] and the Ottobonis he performed the oratorios La Resurrezione (HWV

Cardinal Galeazzo Marescotti watched over his beloved nephew and was pleased with the brilliant life, but more so with the great culture, munificence, and devotion to God of Francesco Maria. The cardinal had a precise plan: to persuade the pope to elevate the title of the fiefdom of Cerveteri from marquis to prince. Other Roman noble families such as the Aldobrandini, Boncompagni, Borghese and Erba-Odescalchi were made princes by their respective popes. The Ruspolis did not have a pope and it was necessary to make a munificent gesture and to acquire particular merits with the Holy See. In 1707 the cardinal persuaded his nephew to arm a brig to donate to the Holy See. The modern hull with wide sails was delivered in Civitavecchia. Handel had composed for the occasion a choral of white voices on a text greeting the pope king. But that was not enough to elevate Cerveteri to a principality.

In 1708 Francesco Maria created the Ruspoli Regiment at his own expense. Formed by nearly 1,000 men, the regiment enjoyed some minor victories, until 1709 when in Ferrara thanks to a superior armament they were able to push the Austrians back to the north of the Po River. A great victory for which on February 3, 1709, full of gratitude, Pope Clement XI elevated Cerveteri to a Principality.

In 1710 Prince Francesco Maria Marescotti Ruspoli acquired the fiefdom of Riano where he enriched the town with privileges and public works.

In 1713 he acquired the fiefdom of San Felice Circeo which then passed in 1718 to his daughter’s husband, Filippo Orsini.

Francesco Maria bought the Palazzo Ruspoli in Rome from the Caetani who had charged Martino Longhi the Younger to build the sumptuous loggia on the courtyard and the famous staircase, one of the four wonders of Rome.

In 1721 Pope Benedict XIII conferred to Francesco Maria the title of Principe Romano, for himself and his descendants, ad infinitum so the family could conserve the prestige of its ancestors.

Pope Benedict XIII then came to Vignanello in 1725 to solemnly consecrate the new parish church built by the will of Francesco Maria.

Roman line The Princes of Cerveteri

I Prince: Francesco Maria Ruspoli Marescotti Capizucchi (1672-1731). I Prince of Cerveteri, son of Alejandro Marescotti Capizucchi and Ana María Corsini, His son succeeded him:

II Prince: Alessandro Ruspoli (1708-1779). II Prince of Cerveteri, II Marquess of Riano, VII Count of Vignanello. Patrizio Romano, Noble of Viterbo and Orvieto, Knight of the Golden Fleece. He married Prudencia Marescotti Ruspoli. His son succeeded him:

III Prince: Francesco Ruspoli (1751-1839) III Prince of Cerveteri, III Marquess of Riano, VIII Count of Vignanello. Patrizio Romano, Noble of Viterbo and Orvieto, Knight of the Golden Fleece. Chamberlain of the Emperor and ambassador of Austria. Grand Master of the Sacred Apostolic Hospice. He married Countess Leopoldina Kevenhüller-Metsch and Liechtenstein, daughter of Prince Sigismund Khevenhüller, imperial plenipotentiary ambassador to Italy of the Holy Roman Empire and Princess Amalia of Liechtenstein. His son succeeded him:

IV Prince: Alessandro Ruspoli (1785-1842). IV Prince of Cerveteri, IV Marquess of Riano, IX Count of Vignanello. Patrizio Romano, Noble of Viterbo and Orvieto. Grand Master of the Sacred Apostolic Hospice. He married Mariana, daughter of the hungarian count Juan Nepomuceno Esterhazy de Galantha. His son succeeded him:

V Prince: Giovanni Nepomuceno Ruspoli (1807-1876) V Prince of Cerveteri, V Marquess of Riano, X Count of Vignanello. Patrizio Romano, Noble of Viterbo and Orvieto. Grand Master of the Sacred Apostolic Hospice. He married Bárbara of the Princes Massimo. His son succeeded him:

VI Prince: Francesco Ruspoli (1839-1907). VI Prince of Cerveteri, VI Marquess of Riano, XI Count of Vignanello. Patrizio Romano, Noble of Viterbo and Orvieto. Grand Master of the Sacred Apostolic Hospice. He married Egle of the Counts Franchesi. His son succeeded him:

VII Prince: Alessandro Ruspoli (1869-1952). VII Prince of Cerveteri, VII Marquess of Riano, XII Count of Vignanello. Patrizio Romano, Noble of Viterbo and Orvieto. Grand Master of the Sacred Apostolic Hospice. He married Marianita of the Dukes Lante Montefeltro della Rovere. His son succeeded him:

VIII Prince: Francesco Ruspoli (1899-1989). VIII Prince of Cerveteri, VIII Marquess of Riano, XIII Count of Vignanello. Patrizio Romano, Noble of Viterbo and Orvieto. Grand Master of the Sacred Apostolic Hospice. He married Claudia of the Counts Matarazzo. His son succeeded him:

IX Prince: Alessandro Ruspoli (1924-2005). IX Prince of Cerveteri, IX Marquess of Riano, XIV Count of Vignanello. Patrizio Romano, Noble of Viterbo and Orvieto. He married Nancy de Girard de Charbonnières. His son succeeded him:

X Prince: Francesco Ruspoli (1967). X Prince of Cerveteri, X Marquess of Riano, XV Count of Vignanello. Patrizio Romano, Noble of Viterbo and Orvieto. He is married Angelica Visconti Ferragamo, and had two sons: Alessandro and Vittoria.

XI Duke: Augusto Ruspoli-Ottoboni (1880 –1912), XI Duke of Fiano. Patrizio Romano, Noble of Viterbo and Orvieto. Unmarried and without issue. He was son of Mario Ruspoli and Costanza Boncompagni-Ludovisi-Ottoboni. Mario was the youngest grandson of Alessandro Ruspoli, IV prince of Cerveteri. Augusto inherited the title of his maternal grandfather, returning to the Ottoboni family at his death.

Spanish Line
The Prince Camillo Ruspoli, third son of Francesco Ruspoli, 3rd Prince of Cerveteri and Countess Maria Leopoldina von Khevenhüller-Metsch, was married with Carlota Luisa de Godoy and Borbón,daughter of Manuel de Godoy and Alvarez de Faria, Prince of the Peace, and his first wife, María Teresa de Borbón y Vallabriga, XV countess of Chinchón, who was daughter of Infante Luis Antonio de Borbón and Farnese.

He is the founder of the Spanish family line:
The Dukes of Alcudia and Sueca

I Duke: Manuel Godoy y Álvarez-Faria (1792-1851). His Grandson succeeded him:

II Duke: Adolfo Ruspoli y Godoy, Khevenhuller Metsch and Bourbon (1822-1914), II Duke of Alcudia, and III Count of Evoramonte. Grandee of Spain 1st class. Patrizio Romano, Noble of Viterbo and Orvieto. He married in 1857 with Rosalía Álvarez de Toledo y Silva, daughter of the Dukes of Medina Sidonia. His son succeeded him:

III Duke: Carlos Ruspoli and Álvarez de Toledo, Godoy and Silva-Bazán (1858-1936), III Duke of Alcudia, III Duke of Sueca, XVII Count of Chinchón, IV Count of Evoramonte. Grandee of Spain 1st class. Patrizio Romano, Noble of Viterbo and Orvieto. He married Carmen Caro and Caro, of the Marquisses of the Romana. His son succeeded him:

Palace of Infante don Luis in Boadilla. Made by Ventura Rodriguez.
IV Duke: Carlos Ruspoli and Caro, Alvarez de Toledo and Caro (1904-1975), who reunites all the titles, both of Manuel Godoy, and of the Infanta Maria Teresa, by which he becomes the, IV Duke of Alcudia, IV Duke of Sueca, XVIII Count of Chinchón , and VI Marquess of Boadilla del Monte, Grandee of Spain 1st class. Patrizio Romano, Noble of Viterbo and Orvieto. He married Belén Morenés and Arteaga, XVIII Countess of Bañares. His son succeeded him:

V Duke: Carlos Ruspoli and Morenés, Caro and Artega (1932-2016), V Duke of Alcudia, V Duke of Sueca, XIX Count of Chinchón. Grandee of Spain 1st class. Patrizio Romano, Noble of Viterbo and Orvieto. Without issue.

The Marquesses of Boadilla del Monte

I Marchioness: María Teresa de Borbón (1799-1828). Her daughter succeeded her:

II Marchioness: Carlota Luisa de Godoy and Borbón (1800-1886). His second son succeeded her:

III Marquess: Luis Ruspoli and Godoy, Khevenhuller Metsch and Bourbon (1828-1893), III Marquess of Boadilla del Monte. Patrizio Romano, Noble of Viterbo and Orvieto. Married first with Matilda Martellini. Married, in second nuptials with Emilia dei Nobili Landi. His son succeeded him:

IV Marquess: Camilo Ruspoli Landi (1865-1944), IV Marquess of Boadilla del Monte. Patrizio Romano, Noble of Viterbo and Orvieto. He married Countess Emilia Orlandini. His son succeeded him:

V Marquess: Paolo Ruspoli Orlandini, (1899-1969) V Marquess of Boadilla del Monte. Patrizio Romano, Noble of Viterbo and Orvieto. Without succession. He was succeeded by his cousin, returning the title to the main branch.

VI Marquess: Carlos Ruspoli and Caro, Alvarez de Toledo and Caro (1904-1975), VI Marquess of Boadilla del Monte. Who reunites all the titles of the family, being also IV Duke of Alcudia, IV Duke of Sueca and XVIII Count of Chinchón. Grandee of Spain 1st class. Patrizio Romano, Noble of Viterbo and Orvieto. He married Belén Morenés and Arteaga, XVIII Countess of Bañares. His second son succeeded him:

VII Marquess: Luis Ruspoli and Morenés, Caro and Artega (1933-2011), VII Marquess of Boadilla del Monte, II Baron of Mascalbó. Patrizio Romano, Noble of Viterbo and Orvieto. He married María del Carmen Sánchiz and Núñez-Robres, XIII Marchioness of La Casta. His son succeeded him:

VIII Marquess: Luis Carlos Ruspoli and Sanchiz, Morenés and Nuñez Robres (1963), VIII Marquess of Boadilla del Monte, III Baron of Mascalbó. Patrizio Romano, Noble of Viterbo and Orvieto. He is married with Maria Álvarez de las Asturias Bohorques of the Dukes of Gor, and had four sons Carlos, Luis, Juan y Jaime.

XIX Count: Enrique Ruspoli and Morenés, Caro and Arteaga (1935), XIX Count of Bañares. Patrizio Romano, Noble of Viterbo and Orvieto. Gentleman of HH the Pope. He is the youngest son of Carlos Ruspoli, IV Duke of Alcudia and Sueca, and Belén Morenés and Arteaga, XVIII Countess of Bañares. Without issue.

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Italian Line
This branch originates from Prince Bartolomeo Ruspoli (1800-1872), third son of Francesco Ruspoli, 3rd Prince of Cerveteri and Countess Maria Leopoldina von Khevenhüller-Metsch, and brother of Alessandro and Camillo Ruspoli. He married Dona Carolina Ratti. He was colonel of the Piedmontese army, in which he participates in the wars of the Italian resurgence. Paralyzed from below waist by the blast of a grenade, he continued to participate in wheelchair battles pushed by his assistant. His son Emanuele Ruspoli was named first prince of Poggio-Suasa after participating in the Italian unification and being the first Mayor of the italian Rome. He was the grandfather of Emanuella de Dampierre Ruspoli, Duchess of Segovia and Duchess of Anjou by her marriage to Infante Don Jaime, son of Alfonso XIII of Spain.

He is the founder of the third Ruspoli line:
The Princes of Poggio-Suasa

I Prince: Emanuele Ruspoli (1838-1899). First Prince of Poggio-Suasa. Patrizio Romano, Noble of Viterbo and Orvieto. He married the Romanian princess Caterina Vogorides-Konaki, with whom she had five children, later with Laura Caracciolo of the princes of Trella, with whom she had a son. From his third marriage to Dona Josephine Mary Curtis, the branch of the Dukes of Morignano begins. His son succeeded him:

II Prince: Mario Ruspoli (1867-1955). II Prince of Poggio Suasa. Patrizio Romano, Noble of Viterbo and Orvieto. He married Pauline Marie Palma de Talleyrand Périgord, of the Dukes of Périgord. His grandson succeeded him:

III Prince: Marcantonio Ruspoli (1926-2003). III Prince of Poggio Suasa. Patrizio Romano, Noble of Viterbo and Orvieto. He married Gleide Chagas Portela. His son succeeded him:

IV Prince: Constantino Ruspoli (1971). IV Prince of Poggio Suasa. Patrizio Romano, Noble of Viterbo and Orvieto. Without issue.

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The Princes of Candriano (extinct)
I Prince: Giuseppe dei Principi Caracciolo di Torella (1849 – 1920). His nephew succeeded him:

II Prince: Camillo Ruspoli (1882–1949). Son of Emanuele Ruspoli and his second wife Laura Caracciolo dei Principi di Torella. II Prince of Candriano, Patrizio Romano, Noble of Viterbo and Orvieto. He married Baroness Marie Marguerite Blanc, by whom he had an only son:

Emanuele Alberto dei Principi Ruspoli (1906-1929), unmarried and without issue. Extinguishing this branch

The Dukes of Morignano
I Duke: Francesco Ruspoli (1891-1970). Son of Emanuele Ruspoli and Josephine Mary Curtis. He was the first Duke of Morignano. Patrizio Romano, Noble of Viterbo and Orvieto. He married Giuseppina Pia of the Counts Savorgnan de Brazzá. His son succeeded him:

II Duke: Galeazzo Ruspoli (1922-2003). II Duke of Morignano. Patrizio Romano, Noble of Viterbo and Orvieto. He married María Elisa Soler of the Marquesses of Rabell. His son succeeded him:

III Duke: Carlo Emanuele Ruspoli (1949). III Duke of Morignano. Patrizio Romano, Noble of Viterbo and Orvieto. He married María de Gracia de Solís-Beaumont and Téllez-Girón, Grandee of Spain, 1st Class, XX Duchess of Plasencia and XVII Marchioness of Fromista. Without male issue.

Casa Principesca Ruspoli Poggio-Suasa