House of Rosetti (Rossetti)
The Rosetti family (also spelled Ruset, Rosset, Rossetti), was a Moldavian boyar Princely family of Byzantine and Italian (from Genoa) origins. There are several branches of the family named after their estates: Roznovanu, Solescu, Bălănescu, Răducanu, Ciortescu, Tescanu, and Bibica. The Rosetti family in Wallachia is another branch of the family who initially settled in Moldavia.
- Alexandru Rosetti, linguist
- Elena Cuza, philanthropist; the Princess consort of the United Principalities and the wife of Prince Alexandru Ioan Cuza
- C. A. Rosetti, Prime Minister, statesman, and writer
- Maria Rosetti, political activist, journalist, philanthropist and socialite
- Radu R. Rosetti, general and historian
- Theodor Rosetti, writer, journalist and politician who served as Prime Minister of Romania
- Nicolae Rosetti-Bălănescu, lawyer and politician
- Emanuel Giani Ruset, Prince of Wallachia, and Prince of Moldavia
- Antoine Ruset Voda, Prince of Wallachia, and Prince of Moldavia
- Lascaris Rosetti, Patriarch of the Romanian House of Rosetti, high chancellor of the Patriarchate of Constantinople under the Byzantine Empire. Father of Constantin Rosetti and Antoine Ruset Voda.
- Bella Rosetti (Cantacuzino) wife of Lascaris Rosetti, mother of Constantin Rosetti and Antoine Ruset Voda, granddaughter of Mircea III Dracul.
- Domenico Rossetti de Scander, noble title of Count, prolific attorney, and writer; son of Antonio Rossetti de Scander, ennobled by Maria Theresa (House of Habsburg) of the Holy Roman Empire
- Antonio Rossetti de Scander, wealthy merchant and Count, ennobled by Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor
- Arnaldo De Rosette, Bishop of Asti who promulgated a Synod which provided some decrees to regulate and classify the clergy of Lombardy and Piedmont and its composition, with a particular emphasis on the Knights Hospitallers. These decrees were collected later in the work of 1539 called "Constitutiones synodales astenses" - 1329 Appointed by Pope John XXII "Collector-General" for the Vatican Treasury of the church tithes of Lombardy and Piedmont
- Ruxandra Rossetti, Princess consort of Gheorghe Cantacuzino Ban of Oltenia (son of Prince Serban Cantacuzino)
- Pulcheria Cantacuzene (Rosetti), Princess consort of Emil Prince of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg
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