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  1. Ana Estuardo ( Londres, 6 de febrero de 1665- ibid., 1 de agosto de 1714) fue reina de Inglaterra, Escocia e Irlanda desde el 8 de marzo de 1702 y de Gran Bretaña e Irlanda desde el 1 de mayo de 1707 (fecha en la cual Inglaterra y Escocia se unen en un solo reino), hasta su muerte. 1

  2. Ana nació el 25 de enero de 1477 en Nantes, en el ducado de Bretaña, como hija y única heredera del duque Francisco II de Bretaña y de la infanta navarra Margarita de Foix. Tenía solo 11 años en ese momento, pero ya era una heredera codiciada debido a la posición estratégica de Bretaña. Su padre fue el último hombre de la casa de Montfort.

  3. Ana de Gran Bretaña Na Galipedia, a Wikipedia en galego. Ana de Gran Bretaña, nada en Londres o 6 de febreiro de 1665 e finada o 1 de agosto de 1714, foi a raíña de Gran Bretaña e Irlanda de marzo de 1702 ata a súa morte. Gran Bretaña xurdiu da unión de Inglaterra e de Escocia nun único reino, en maio de 1707.

    • Palácio de Kensington
    • 1 de agosto de 1714
    • Early Life
    • Marriage
    • Accession of James II and VII
    • Glorious Revolution
    • William and Mary
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    • Titles, Styles, Honours and Arms
    • Pregnancies and Issue
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    Anne was born at 11:39 p.m. on 6 February 1665 at St James's Palace, London, the fourth child and second daughter of the Duke of York (afterwards James II and VII), and his first wife, Anne Hyde. Her father was the younger brother of King Charles II, who ruled the three kingdoms of England, Scotland and Ireland, and her mother was the daughter of L...

    In November 1677, Anne's elder sister, Mary, married their Dutch first cousin William III of Orange, at St James's Palace, but Anne could not attend the wedding because she was confined to her room with smallpox. By the time she recovered, Mary had already left for her new life in the Netherlands. Lady Frances Villiers contracted the disease, and d...

    When Charles II died in 1685, Anne's father became King James II of England and VII of Scotland. To the consternation of the English people, James began to give Catholics military and administrative offices, in contravention of the Test Acts that were designed to prevent such appointments. Anne shared the general concern, and continued to attend An...

    William of Orange invaded England on 5 November 1688 in an action known as the Glorious Revolution, which ultimately deposed King James. Forbidden by James to pay Mary a projected visit in the spring of 1687, Anne corresponded with her and was aware of the plans to invade. On the advice of the Churchills, she refused to side with James after Willia...

    Soon after their accession, William and Mary rewarded John Churchill by granting him the Earldom of Marlborough and Prince George was made Duke of Cumberland. Anne requested the use of Richmond Palace and a parliamentary allowance. William and Mary refused the first, and unsuccessfully opposed the latter, both of which caused tension between the tw...

    Anne became queen upon the death of King William III on 8 March 1702, and was immediately popular.In her first speech to the English Parliament, on 11 March, she distanced herself from her late Dutch brother-in-law and said, "As I know my heart to be entirely English, I can very sincerely assure you there is not anything you can expect or desire fr...

    The Duchess of Marlborough "unduly disparaged" Anne in her memoirs, and her prejudiced recollections persuaded many early biographers that Anne was "a weak, irresolute woman beset by bedchamber quarrels and deciding high policy on the basis of personalities".The Duchess wrote of Anne: Historians have since viewed Anne more favourably. In his biogra...

    Titles and styles

    1. 6 February 1665 – 28 July 1683: Her HighnessThe Lady Anne 2. 28 July 1683 – 8 March 1702: Her Royal HighnessThe Princess Anne of Denmark 3. 8 March 1702 – 1 August 1714: Her MajestyThe Queen The official style of Anne before 1707 was "Anne, by the Grace of God, Queen of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, etc." After the union, her style was "Anne, by the Grace of God, Queen of Great Britain, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, etc." In line with other mona...

    Arms

    As queen regnant, Anne's coat of arms before the union were the Stuart royal arms, in use since 1603: Quarterly; I and IV grandquarterly, Azure three fleurs-de-lis Or (for France) and Gules three lions passant guardant in pale Or (for England); II, Or, a lion rampant within a double tressure flory-counter-flory Gules (for Scotland); III, Azure, a harp Or stringed Argent (for Ireland). In 1702, Anne adopted the motto semper eadem ("always the same"), the same motto used by Queen Elizabeth I.Th...

    Anne had seventeen pregnancies, of which five were live births. None of her children survived to adulthood.

    • El So Matrimoniu Con Jorge de Dinamarca
    • Los Nuevos Reis, Guillermo Y María
    • Corónase Como Reina
    • Les Tentatives D'unificación de Los Reinos
    • Fin de La Guerra de Socesión Española
    • La So Muerte

    El 28 de xunetu de 1683, nel palaciu de St. James, Ana casóse col príncipe protestante Jorge de Dinamarca, hermanu del rei Cristián V, una unión impopular por cuenta de los enclinos franceses del país natal del noviu, pero que foi d'una gran felicidá doméstica, pos el príncipe y princesa yeren de calteres similares y preferíen el retiru y la tranqu...

    En 1689, axuntóse una Convención Parllamentaria y declaró que Jacobo abdicara mientres la so fuxida d'Inglaterra y que'l tronu taba polo tanto vacante. La corona foi ufiertada —y aceptada aína—, a Guillermo y María, que gobernaron como monarques en xunto. El Acta de Derechos (Bill of Rights) sancionó la socesión al tronu. La princesa Ana y los sos ...

    Guillermu III morrió'l 8 de marzu de 1702, siendo entós asocedíu por Ana, que foi coronada'l 23 d'abril na abadía de Westminster. Nesi momentu españara la Guerra de Socesión española, na que se dirimía el derechu de Felipe, nietu del rei Lluis XIV de Francia, de xubir al tronu español. Anque Felipe fuera nomáu socesor nel testamentu del anterior re...

    Los siguientes años del reináu d'Ana tuvieron marcaos poles tentatives de convertir a Inglaterra y Escocia nun solu reinu. Cuando foi aprobada'l Acta d'Establecimientu en 1701, el Parllamentu Inglés cometiera la neglixencia de nun consultar al Parllamentu d'Escocia o a los Estaos d'Escocia, que, amás, intentaron caltener la dinastía Estuardo. En 17...

    So los términos del tratáu d'Utrecht, a Felipe, nietu del rei francés Lluis XIV, foi-y dexáu permanecer nel tronu d'España, y caltener les colonies del Nuevu Mundu. El restu del heriedu español, sicasí, foi estremáu ente dellos príncipes europeos. Gran Bretaña llogró los territorios españoles de Xibraltar y de Menorca. Delles colonies franceses en ...

    Ana cayó enferma víctima d'un ataque de gota, complicándose la so salú por una infeición que-y producieron les erisipelas que carecía. Estes enfermedaes causáron-y un absceso y fiebre y complicáronse a la fin con un accidente cerebrovascular; finando nel palaciu de Kensington, aproximao a les 7 de la nueche del 1 d'agostu de 1714, a los 49 años d'e...

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