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  1. 01/01/2022 · Dronningskonsort av Böhmen og Ungarn Anne av Foix-CandaleDronningskonsort av Böhmen og UngarnFresco fra veggene til St. Wenceslas-kapellet i St. Vitus-katedralen, Praha (1508)Tenure1502–1506Kroning29. september 1502Født1484Døde26. juli 1506 (21-22 år)Buda, UngarnEktefelleVladislaus II av UngarnUtgaveAnna av Böhmen og UngarnLudvig II av Ungarn og BöhmenHusFoix-CandaleFarGaston of Foix ...

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    Born at the Palace of the Counts of Benavente in Valladolid, Spain, and baptised Ana María Mauricia, she was the eldest daughter of King Philip III of Spain and his wife Margaret of Austria. She held the titles of Infanta of Spain and of Portugal (since her father was king of Portugal as well as Spain) and Archduchess of Austria. Despite her Spanish birth, she was referred to as Anne of Austria because the rulers of Spain belonged to the senior branch of the House of Austria,known later as the House of Habsburg, a designation relatively uncommon before the 19th century. Anne was raised mainly at the Royal Alcazar of Madrid. Unusual for a royal princess, Anne grew up close to her parents, who were very religious. She was raised to be religious too, and was often taken to visit monasteries during her childhood. In 1611, she lost her mother, who died in childbirth. Despite her grief, Anne did her best to take care of her younger siblings, who referred to her with affection as their mot...

    At age eleven, Anne was betrothed to King Louis XIII of France. Her father gave her a dowry of 500,000 crowns and many beautiful jewels. For fear that Louis XIII would die early, the Spanish court stipulated that she would return to Spain with her dowry, jewels, and wardrobe if he did die. Prior to the marriage, Anne renounced all succession rights she had for herself and her descendants by Louis, with a provision that she would resume her rights should she be left a childless widow. On 18 October 1615, Louis and Anne were married by proxy in Burgos while Louis's sister, Elisabeth of France, and Anne's brother, Philip IV of Spain, were married by proxy in Bordeaux. These marriages followed the tradition of cementing military and political alliances between France and Spain that began with the marriage of Philip II of Spain to Elisabeth of Valois in 1559 as part of the Peace of Cateau-Cambrésis. Anne and Elisabeth were exchanged on the Isle of Pheasants between Hendaye and Fuenterrab...

    Upon Louis’ death in 1643, Anne was named regent, despite his attempts to prevent her from obtaining the position. With the aid of Pierre Séguier, she had the Parlement de Paris revoke the will of the late king, which would have limited her powers. Their four-year-old son was crowned King Louis XIV of France. Anne assumed the regency but to general surprise entrusted the government to the chief minister, Cardinal Mazarin, who was a protégé of Cardinal Richelieu and figured among the council of the regency. Mazarin left the Hôtel Tubeufto take up residence at the Palais Royal near Queen Anne. Before long he was believed to be her lover, and, it was hinted, even her husband. With Mazarin's support, Anne overcame the aristocratic revolt, led by Louis II de Bourbon, Prince de Condé, that became known as the Fronde. In 1651, when her son Louis XIV officially came of age, her regency legally ended. However, she kept much power and influence over her son until the death of Mazarin. In Janu...

    Anne's regency formally ended in 1651, when Louis XIV was declared of legal majority at the age of thirteen. In 1659, the war with Spain ended with the Treaty of the Pyrenees. The following year, peace was cemented by the marriage of the young King to Anne's niece, the Spanish Habsburg princess Maria Theresa of Spain. In 1661, the same year as the death of Mazarin, an heir to the throne was born, Anne's first grandchild Louis. Many other children would follow, but all in the legitimate line would die except for Louis. Sometime after, Anne retired to the convent of Val-de-Grâce, where she died of breast cancer five years later.

    She is one of the central figures in Alexandre Dumas's 1844 novel The Three Musketeers and its sequels Twenty Years After (1845) and The Vicomte de Bragelonne (1847-1850), and has thus been portrayed in numerous film adaptations. Her lady-in-waiting Madame de Motteville wrote the story of the queen's life in her Mémoires d'Anne d'Autriche. She was portrayed by Alexandra Dowling in the BBC series The Musketeers(2014–2016). She first appears as a character in the anime, Dinosaur King, in Season 2 Episode 22 "The French Conniption" as a young teen along with a young King Louis and others. She appeared in the first episode of Season Two of DC's Legends of Tomorrow, "Out of Time", played by Rebecca Roberts.

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    1. Dulong, Claude (1980). Anne d'Autriche, mère de Louis XIII. Paris: Hachette. OCLC 1009451554. Paris: Perrin (2008 paperback): ISBN 9782262016241. 2. Freer, Martha Walker (1864). The Married Life of Anne of Austria, Queen of France, 2 volumes. London: Tinsley Brothers. Vols 1 & 2at Google Books. 3. Kleinman, Ruth (1987). Anne of Austria: Queen of France. Ohio State University Press. ISBN 9780814204290. 4. La Varende, Jean de (1938). Anne d' Autriche: femme de Louis XIII. Paris: Les Éditions...

  2. 09/01/2022 · Reina consorte de España y Portugal. Madame Royale de Francia. Idioma; Vigilar; Editar; Isabel de Francia (Fontainebleau, 22 de noviembre de 1602-Madrid, 6 de octubre de 1644), fue una princesa francesa, hija del rey Enrique IV de Francia y de su segunda esposa, la italiana María de Médici.

  3. 21/12/2021 · Marie de Montmorency was born in the year 1546, daughter of Anne de Montmorency and Madeleine de Savoie. She was married on July 12, 1567 to Henri de Foix-Candale, they had 2 children. This information is part of Noblesse Européenne - European Nobility by Henri Frebault on Genealogy Online.

  4. 03/01/2022 · Louis II of Hungary Jagiellon is geboren op 1 juli 1506, zoon van Vladislaus II (King of Bohemia and Hungary) Jagiellon en Anne (Queen Consort Bohemia) de Foix Candale. Deze informatie is onderdeel van Family tree Morales Abeln van Vincent op Genealogie Online.

  5. 21/12/2021 · 1 day ago · In 1564 Ferdinand II, Archduke of Austria received the rulership over Tirol and other Further Austrian possessions administered from Innsbruck up to the 18th century.

  6. 24/12/2021 · Site du Centre de Recherches sur Montaigne et son Temps, Université Bordeaux Montaigne. Retrouvez toutes les activités du Centre (colloques et journées d'étude, valorisation patrimoniale, rencontres culturelles...), les publications, les podcasts des manifestations et l'actualité de nos recherches.

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