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List of viceroys of Sardinia

This is a list of viceroys of Sardinia.

Aragonese Viceroys

From 1418 to 1516 Sardinia was ruled by viceroys from the Kingdom of Aragon, which merged into Spain in 1516.

1. Luis de Pontos (1418-1419)

2. Juan de Corbera (1419-1420)

3. Riambaldo (1420-1421)

4. Bernardo de Centelles (1421-1437)

5. Francisco de Eril (1437-1448)

6. Nicolás Carroz de Arborea (1460-1479)

7. Pedro Maza de Linaza (1479)

8. Ximén Pérez Escrivá de Romaní (1479-1483) (first time)

9. Guillermo de Peralta (1483-1484)

Ximén Pérez Escrivá de Romaní (1484-1487) (second time)

10. Iñigo Lopez de Mendoza y Quiñones (1440 - 1515)

11. Juan Dusay (1491-1501) (first time)

12. Benito Gualbes (Interino) (1501-1502)

Juan Dusay (1502-1507) (second time)

13. Jaime Amat (1507-1508)

14. Fernando Girón de Rebolledo (1508-1515)

15. Ángel de Vilanova (1515-1529)

Spanish direct rule, 1516–1714

  • Martín de Cabrera (1529-1532)
  • Jaime de Aragall (interim) (1533)
  • Francisco de Serra (interim) (1533)
  • Antonio Folc de Cardona y Enriquez (1534-1549)
  • Pedro Veguer, Bishop of Alghero, Interim for absence, 1542 to 1545
  • Jerónimo Aragall (interim) (1549-1550) (1st time)
  • Lorenzo Fernández de Heredia (1550-1556)
  • Jerónimo Aragall (interim) (1556) (2nd time)
  • Álvaro de Madrigal (1556-1569)
  • Jerónimo Aragall, Virrey Interino por Ausencia, en 1561 (3rd time)
  • Juan Coloma y Cardona, 1st Count of Elda (1570-1577)
  • Jerónimo Aragall (interim) (1577-1578) (4th time)
  • Miguel de Gurrea y Moncada (1578-1584) first term, Viceroy of Majorca, 1575 - 1578
  • Gaspar Vicente Novella, Archbishop of Cagliari, Viceroy during a leave, 1584 - 1586
  • Miguel de Gurrea y Moncada, 1586 - 1590, second term
  • Gastón de Moncada, 2nd Marquis of Aitona (1590-1595)
  • Antonio Coloma y Saa, 2nd Count of Elda (1595-1603)
  • Alfonso Lasso y Sedeño, Archbishop of Cagliari, Viceroy during a leave, (1597 - 1599)
  • Juan de Zapata, Viceroy during a leave, (1601 - 1602)
  • Jaime Aragall ((interim) (1603-1604) (1st time)
  • Pedro Sánchez de Calatayud, Count of Real (1604-1610)
  • Jaime Aragall (interim) (1610-1611) (2nd time)
  • Carlos de Borja, Duke of Gandia (1611-1617)
  • Alonso de Eril, 1st Count of Eril (1617-1623)
  • Luis de Tena (interim) (1623)
  • Juan Vives de Canyamás, Baron of Benifayró (1623-1625)
  • Diego de Aragall (interim) (1625) (1st time)
  • Pedro Ramón Zaforteza, Count of Santa María de Formiguera (Capitán General) (1625-1626)
  • Jerónimo Pimentel, Marquis of Bayona (1626-1631)
  • Diego de Aragall (interim) (1631) (2nd time)
  • Gaspar Prieto, Archbishop of Alghero (interim) (1631-1632)
  • Antonio de Urrea, Marquis of Almonacir (1632-1637)
  • Diego de Aragall (interim) (1637-1638) (3rd time)
  • Gianadrea Doria, Prince of Melfi (1638-1639)
  • Diego de Aragall (interim) (1639-1640) (4th time)
  • Fabrizio Doria, Duke of Arellano (1640-1644)
  • Luis Guillermo de Moncada, 7th Duke of Montalto (1644-1649)
  • Bernardo Matías de Cervelló (interim) (1649) (1st time)
  • Giangiacomo Teodoro Trivulzio (1649-1651)
  • Duarte Álvarez de Toledo, Count of Oropesa (1651)
  • Beltrán Vélez de Guevara, Marquis of Campo Real (1651-1652)
  • Pedro Martínez Rubio, Archbishop of Palermo (1652-1653)
  • Francisco Fernández de Castro Andrade, Count of Lemos (1653-1657)
  • Bernardo Matías de Cervelló (interim) (1657) (2nd time)
  • Francisco de Moura, 3rd Marquis of Castel Rodrigo (1657-1661)
  • Pedro Vico, Archbishop of Cagliari (interim) (1661-1662)
  • Niccolò Ludovisi, Prince of Piombino (1662-1664)
  • Bernardo Matías de Cervelló (interim) (1664-1665) (3rd time)
  • Manuel de los Cobos, 4th Marquis of Camarasa (1665-1668)
  • Francisco de Tutavila y del Rufo, Duke of San Germán (1668-1672)
  • Fernando Joaquín Fajardo de Zúñiga Requesens, Marquis of los Vélez (1673-1675)
  • Melchor Cisternes de Oblite (interim) (1675) (1st time)
  • Francisco de Benavides de la Cueva, Marquis of las Navas (1675-1677)
  • Melchor Cisternes de Oblite (interim) (1679-1680) (2nd time)
  • José de Funes y Villalpando, Marquis of Ossera (1680)
  • Philip of Egmont, Count of Egmont (1680-1682)
  • Diego Ventura, Archbishop of Cagliari (interim) (1682)
  • Antonio López de Ayala Velasco, Count of Fuensalida (1682-1686)
  • José Delitala y Castelví (interim) (1686-1687)
  • Niccolò Pignatelli, Duke of Monteleone (1687-1690)
  • Carlos Homo Dei Moura y Pacheco, Marquis of Castel Rodrigo (interim) (1690)
  • Luis Moscoso Ossorio, Count of Altamira (1690-1696)
  • José de Solís Valderrábano Dávila, Count of Montellano (1697-1699)
  • Fernando de Moncada, Duke of San Juan (1699-1703)
  • Francisco Ginés Ruiz de Castro, Count of Lemos (1703-1704)
  • Baltasar de Zúñiga y Guzmán, Marquis of Valero (1704-1706)
  • Pedro Manuel Colón de Portugal, 7th Duke of Veragua (1706-1709), last viceroy supporting Philip V of Spain. Sardinia was conquered in 1708 by pro-Habsburg Spanish troops on a British fleet.
  • Fernando de Silva y Meneses, Count of Cifuentes (1709-1710), Supported Charles III of Spain
  • Jorge de Heredia, Count of Fuentes (1710-1711)
  • Andrés Roger de Eril, Count of Eril (1711-1713)

At the end of the War of the Spanish Succession, by the Treaty of Rastatt (1714), Sardinia was ceded to Austria.

Austrian Viceroys

  • Pedro Manuel, Count of Atalaia (1713-1717)
  • José Antonio de Rubí y Boxadors, Marquis of Rubí (1717)

Spanish Viceroys

The island was briefly reconquered by Spain during the War of Quadruple Alliance.

Savoyard Viceroys

In 1720, Sardinia was ceded to Savoy by the Treaty of The Hague.

1720 - 1724 Filippo-Guglielmo Pallavicini, baron di St. Rémy (1st time)

1724 - 1726 Doria Del Marco

1726 - 1728 Filippo-Guglielmo Pallavicini, baron di St. Rémy (2nd time)

1728 - 1730 Pedro, marchese di Cortanye

1730 - 1735 Girolamo Galletti, marchese di Castagnole i di Barolo

1735 - 1739 Carlo-Amadeo San-Martino, marchese di Rivarolo

1739 - 1741 Conte d'Allinge d'Apremont

1741 - 1745 Barone di Blonay

1745 - 1748 Del-Carretto, marchese di Santa-Giulia

1748 - 1751 Emanuele, principi di Valguarnera

1751 - 1755 Giamnattista Cacherano, conte di Brischerasio

1755 - 1763 Costa, conte della Trinitá

1763 Giambattisa Alfieri

1763 Solaro De Govone

1763 - 1767 Lodovico Costa Della Trinitá

1767 - 1771 Vittorio-Lodovico d'Hallot, conte des Hayes

1771 - 1773 Caissotti, conte di Roubion

1773 - 1777 Filippo Ferrero, marchese di La Marmora

1777 - 1781 Giuseppe-Vincenzo-Francesco-Maria Lascaris, marchese della Rocchetta

1781 - 1783 Carlo-Francesco De Valperga, conte di Masino

1783 - 1787 Solaro de Maretta

1787 - 1790 conte Thaon de Sant 'Andrea

1790 - 1794 Carlo Balbiano

1794 - 1799 Filippo, marchese Vivalda

1799 - 1802 Duke Charles Felix of Savoy (1st time)

1802 - 1814 no viceroys (Royal direct rule)

1814 - 1817 Duke Charles Felix of Savoy (2nd time)

1817 - 1820 Ignazio Thaon De Revel, conte di Pratolungo

1820 - 1822 Ettore Veuillet, marchese d'Yenne

1822 - 1823 Giuseppe-Maria Galleani, conte di d'Agliano

1823 - 1824 Gennaro Roero, conte di Monticelli

1824 - 1829 Giuseppe Tornielli, conte di Vergano

1829 - 1831 Giuseppe-Maria Robert, conte di Castelvero

1831 - 1840 Giuseppe-Maria Montiglio d'Ottiglio ed Villanova

1840 - 1843 Giacomo, conte d'Asarta

1843 - 1848 Claudio Gabriele de Launay

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