Fra' Ludovico Chigi della Rovere-Albani (10 July 1866 - 14 November 1951) was the 76th Prince and Grand Master of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta from 1931 to 1951. Chigi was born in Ariccia, the son of Imperial Prince Mario Chigi della Rovere Albani (1832-1914) and his wife, Princess Antoinette zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn (1839-1918). His father's family, the Chigi, was among the most prominent noble families of Rome, to which had belonged Pope Alexander VII (1599-1667), who conferred upon his nephew Agostino Chigi (1634-1705) the hereditary princedoms of Farnese (1658) and Campagnano (1661), as well as the dukedoms of Arricia and Formello (1662), also procuring for all descendants of the Chigi male line the title of Imperial prince and princess from the Holy Roman Emperor Leopold I i

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  • Fra′ Ludovico Chigi Albani della Rovere (* 10. Juli 1866 in Ariccia; † 14. November 1951 in Rom), 8. Fürst von Farnese und Campagnano, 4. Fürst von Soriano, 8. Herzog von Ariccia und Formello, Marchese di Magliana Pecorarecci, erblicher Marschall der Heiligen Römischen Kirche und Hüter/Beschützer des Konklave, war vom 30. Mai 1931 bis zu seinem Tod durch Herzinfarkt im Jahre 1951 der 76. Großmeister des Malteserordens. Unter seiner Führung entwickelten sich die großen Pflege- und karitativen Aktivitäten des Ordens während des Zweiten Weltkrieges. Im Jahre 1947 wurde er Präsident des internationalen Ausschusses zur Überwachung des Wiederaufbaus der Abtei von Monte Cassino. Chigi war verantwortlich für drei päpstliche Konklaven. Er war ein Ehrenmitglied der Päpstlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften. (de)
  • Pour les articles homonymes, voir Chigi. Pour les autres membres de la famille, voir Famille Della Rovere. Ludovico Chigi Albani della Rovere (né le 10 juillet 1866 à Ariccia, dans la province de Rome, dans la région du Latium et mort le 14 novembre 1951 à Rome), était un religieux italien, qui fut le 76e Grand-Maître de l'Ordre souverain de Malte de 1931 à 1951. (fr)
  • Fra' Ludovico Chigi della Rovere-Albani (10 July 1866 - 14 November 1951) was the 76th Prince and Grand Master of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta from 1931 to 1951. Chigi was born in Ariccia, the son of Imperial Prince Mario Chigi della Rovere Albani (1832-1914) and his wife, Princess Antoinette zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn (1839-1918). His father's family, the Chigi, was among the most prominent noble families of Rome, to which had belonged Pope Alexander VII (1599-1667), who conferred upon his nephew Agostino Chigi (1634-1705) the hereditary princedoms of Farnese (1658) and Campagnano (1661), as well as the dukedoms of Arricia and Formello (1662), also procuring for all descendants of the Chigi male line the title of Imperial prince and princess from the Holy Roman Emperor Leopold I in 1659. In 1509 Pope Julius II had authorised the Chigi family to augment their name and arms with his own, della Rovere, and would become Ludovico's ancestor (in the 13th degree) through six lines of descent from that pope's illegitimate daughter, Felice della Rovere (ca. 1483-1536). On 5 June 1893, in Rome, Chigi married Donna Anna Aldobrandini, daughter of Pietro, Prince Aldobrandini, Prince di Sarsina, and of his wife, Françoise de La Rochefoucauld. They had two children: * Prince Sigismondo, 9th Prince Chigi della Rovere-Albani, (12 December 1894 - 24 December 1982), to whom his father ceded the princedom of Campagnano by an Italian writ of acceleration issued 10 June 1929. * Princesse Laura Maria Caterina Chigi della Rovere (30 April 1898 - 4 November 1984) Chigi's wife died 17 September 1898. On 4 November 1914 Chigi's father died and he succeeded as 8th Prince di Farnese and di Campagnano, 4th Prince di Soriano, 8th Duke di Ariccia and di Formello, Marchese di Magliano Pecorareccio, Hereditary Marshall of the Holy Roman Church and Guardian of the Conclave. Chigi was responsible for three papal conclaves. He was an honorary member of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences. On 30 May 1931, Chigi was elected Grand Master of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta, having been a widower for 31 years. Under his leadership the order engaged in large-scale hospitaller and charitable activities during World War II. In 1947 he was appointed president of an international committee to oversee the rebuilding of the Abbey of Monte Cassino. Chigi died in Rome of a heart attack at the age of 85. (en)
  • Ludovico Chigi Albani della Rovere (10 juli 1866 – 14 november 1951) werd op 30 mei 1931 gekozen tot prins-grootmeester van de Souvereine Militaire Hospitaalorde van Sint-Jan van Jeruzalem, Rhodos en Malta. Hij stierf in 1951. Ludovico Chigi had een late roeping, de vooraanstaande edelman uit de "zwarte adel" van het pauselijk hof was een weduwnaar met twee kinderen. (nl)
  • Ludovico Chigi della Rovere Albani (ur. 10 lipca 1866, zm. 14 listopada 1951) – wielki mistrz Zakonu Maltańskiego w latach 1931-1951. Był synem księcia Mario Chigi della Rovere Albani. W 1893 poślubił Donnę Anna Aldobrandin (zm. 1898). Mieli dwoje dzieci: * Sigismondo Chigi della Rovere Albani, (12 grudnia 1894 – 24 grudnia 1982) * Laura Maria Caterina Chigi della Rovere (30 kwietnia 1898 – 4 listopada 1984) Po śmierci ojca w 1914 odziedziczył tytuły: 8. księcia Farnese i Campagnano, 4. księcia Soriano, 8. księcia Ariccia i Formello, markiza Magliano Pecorareccio i gwardiana konklawe. Odpowiedzialny za organizację trzech konklawe. W 1947 stanął na czele międzynarodowego komitetu odbudowy opactwa na Monte Cassino. W 1931 odznaczony Orderem Orła Białego. (pl)
  • Людовико Киджи делла Ровере Альбани (итал. Ludovico Chigi della Rovere Albani; 10 июля 1866 года, Аричча, Лацио, Италия — 14 ноября 1951 года, Рим, Италия) — 76-й Князь и Великий магистр Суверенного военного гостеприимного ордена Святого Иоанна, Иерусалима, Родоса и Мальты. Маршал Святой Римской Церкви и Священного Конклава. (ru)
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  • Pour les articles homonymes, voir Chigi. Pour les autres membres de la famille, voir Famille Della Rovere. Ludovico Chigi Albani della Rovere (né le 10 juillet 1866 à Ariccia, dans la province de Rome, dans la région du Latium et mort le 14 novembre 1951 à Rome), était un religieux italien, qui fut le 76e Grand-Maître de l'Ordre souverain de Malte de 1931 à 1951. (fr)
  • Ludovico Chigi Albani della Rovere (10 juli 1866 – 14 november 1951) werd op 30 mei 1931 gekozen tot prins-grootmeester van de Souvereine Militaire Hospitaalorde van Sint-Jan van Jeruzalem, Rhodos en Malta. Hij stierf in 1951. Ludovico Chigi had een late roeping, de vooraanstaande edelman uit de "zwarte adel" van het pauselijk hof was een weduwnaar met twee kinderen. (nl)
  • Людовико Киджи делла Ровере Альбани (итал. Ludovico Chigi della Rovere Albani; 10 июля 1866 года, Аричча, Лацио, Италия — 14 ноября 1951 года, Рим, Италия) — 76-й Князь и Великий магистр Суверенного военного гостеприимного ордена Святого Иоанна, Иерусалима, Родоса и Мальты. Маршал Святой Римской Церкви и Священного Конклава. (ru)
  • Fra' Ludovico Chigi della Rovere-Albani (10 July 1866 - 14 November 1951) was the 76th Prince and Grand Master of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta from 1931 to 1951. Chigi was born in Ariccia, the son of Imperial Prince Mario Chigi della Rovere Albani (1832-1914) and his wife, Princess Antoinette zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn (1839-1918). His father's family, the Chigi, was among the most prominent noble families of Rome, to which had belonged Pope Alexander VII (1599-1667), who conferred upon his nephew Agostino Chigi (1634-1705) the hereditary princedoms of Farnese (1658) and Campagnano (1661), as well as the dukedoms of Arricia and Formello (1662), also procuring for all descendants of the Chigi male line the title of Imperial prince and princess from the Holy Roman Emperor Leopold I i (en)
  • Fra′ Ludovico Chigi Albani della Rovere (* 10. Juli 1866 in Ariccia; † 14. November 1951 in Rom), 8. Fürst von Farnese und Campagnano, 4. Fürst von Soriano, 8. Herzog von Ariccia und Formello, Marchese di Magliana Pecorarecci, erblicher Marschall der Heiligen Römischen Kirche und Hüter/Beschützer des Konklave, war vom 30. Mai 1931 bis zu seinem Tod durch Herzinfarkt im Jahre 1951 der 76. Großmeister des Malteserordens. Unter seiner Führung entwickelten sich die großen Pflege- und karitativen Aktivitäten des Ordens während des Zweiten Weltkrieges. (de)
  • Ludovico Chigi della Rovere Albani (ur. 10 lipca 1866, zm. 14 listopada 1951) – wielki mistrz Zakonu Maltańskiego w latach 1931-1951. Był synem księcia Mario Chigi della Rovere Albani. W 1893 poślubił Donnę Anna Aldobrandin (zm. 1898). Mieli dwoje dzieci: * Sigismondo Chigi della Rovere Albani, (12 grudnia 1894 – 24 grudnia 1982) * Laura Maria Caterina Chigi della Rovere (30 kwietnia 1898 – 4 listopada 1984) (pl)
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  • Киджи делла Ровере Альбани, Людовико (ru)
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