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  1. 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] Amalia and her siblings had a grand lineage. She was descended from the kings of England and France and was closely related to Louis XII of France and the Duke of Burgundy.

  2. Amalia de Cléveris - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre Amalia de Cléveris 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

  3. 17/08/2019 · 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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  4. 09/07/2016 · Born 17 October 1517, Amalia was two full years younger than Anna. Amalia was one of two sisters considered by Henry as a potential future bride, with the eldest sibling, Sybilla, already married to the Duke of Saxony. Hans Holbein was sent to create likenesses of the two sisters, and his sketch of Amalia survives.

  5. 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.

  6. Amalia of Cleves was a German princess as well as the younger sister of Anna of Cleves. She was mentioned in the Tinder parody scene of Six the Musical as a possible choice as the fourth wife of Henry VIII. On stage, she is played by the same actress who plays Katherine Howard . Trivia

  7. 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.[1]