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|Died||4 July 1327|
His contemporaries linked his death to an attempted poisoning of the King, leading to the imprisonment of three of Stefanos' four brothers, Galeazzo, Giovanni, and Luchino, as well as of his nephew, the future Lord of Milan, Azzo Visconti, in the fortress of Monza: This event marked a crisis of the relations between the Holy Roman Empire and the Visconti.
|Ancestors of Stefano Visconti|
- Paoletti & Radke 1997, p. 517.
- Paoletti, John T; Radke, Gary M (1997). "Genealogies (appendix)". Art in Renaissance Italy. New York: H.N. Abrams. p. 517. ISBN 9780810919785. OCLC 36482283.
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