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Which Renaissance figure was a valued advisor to her husband, the ruler of Mantua, and took charge of the court after he retired? A. Catherine de' Medici B. Isabella d'Este
C. Catherine of Aragon D. Teresa of Avila
Isabella d'Este was a valued adviser to her husband, the ruler of Mantua, and took charge of the court after he retired.
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Isabella d'Este was a valued adviser to her husband, the ruler of Mantua, and took charge of the court after he retired.
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