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  1. Amalia of Cleves (German: Amalia von Kleve-Jülich-Berg; 17 October 1517, Düsseldorf – 1 March 1586, Düsseldorf), sometimes spelled as Amelia, was a princess of the House of La Marck. The fourth and youngest child of John III , Duke of Cleves , and his wife Maria of Jülich-Berg , Amalia was born shortly after the birth of her brother William , a future Duke.

  2. Amalia de Clevéris-Jülich-Berg ( Düsseldorf, 17 de octubre de 1517 1 - ibidem, 1 de marzo de 1586) era una princesa de la Casa de La Marck. Ella era la hija menor del duque Juan III de Cléveris y de María de Jülich-Berg . Índice 1 Biografía 2 Referencias 3 Bibliografía 4 Enlaces externos Biografía [ editar]

  3. Amalia of Cleves , sometimes spelled as Amelia, was a princess of the House of La Marck. The fourth and youngest child of John III, Duke of Cleves, and his wife Maria of Jülich-Berg, Amalia was born shortly after the birth of her brother William, a future Duke.[1]

  4. 17 de ago. de 2019 · Amalia of Cleves (German: Amalia von Kleve-Jülich-Berg; 17 October 1517, Düsseldorf – 1 March 1586, Düsseldorf), sometimes spelled as Amelia, was a princess from the House of Von der Mark. She was the fourth and youngest child of John III, Duke of Cleves, and his wife Maria of Jülich-Berg, born shortly after the birth of her brother William.

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  5. Los cuatro hijos de Juan III pasaron sus primeros años juntos bajo el cuidado de su madre, María, antes de que William se fuera para ser educado para su futura vida como duque de Cleves. Por otro lado, Amalia y sus dos hermanas, Sibylle y Anne, tenían una educación anticuada y limitada desde el punto de vista del siglo XVI, en la que se enfatizaba las artes domésticas como la costura y la limpieza para equipar a las hijas para su papeles como esposas y consortes de príncipes, mientras ...

  6. 9 de jul. de 2016 · Amalia of Cleves, sister of Anne of Cleves, by Heather R. Darsie. After just over six months of marriage, on 9 July 1540, Anna von Kleve, more commonly known as Anne of Cleves, was divorced from Henry VIII of England. As part of her reward for acquiescing so easily to Henry’s request, she would forever after be known in England as the Daughter of ...