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Vittoria Protestant

Vittoria was a Protestant, who was the mother of Pope Victor XXXII.

Early lifeEdit

She was presumably born in Romalia.


She gave birth to Vittorio, who later became pope. She stole the ruby of fire.


She took refuge in D'Angleterre and became acquainted with a girl named Agnès. A party was later sent to eliminate her.


Victoria is the feminine form of the name Victor, which is the English form of the Italian name Vittore and its variant Vittorio. It derives from the Latin victor ("conqueror").


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