Charles Ill, Duke of Parma, is murdered

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Historical Context Note

Charles Ill, Duke of Parma, is stabbed by an anonymous attacker in the street, and dies of his wounds. He is succeeded as Duke by his son Robert.
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Editors. "Charles Ill, Duke of Parma, is murdered". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 30 December 2011
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