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  1. Anna of Saxony (23 December 1544 – 18 December 1577) was the heiress of Maurice, Elector of Saxony, and Agnes, eldest daughter of Philip I, Landgrave of Hesse. Maurice's only son, Albert, died in infancy. Anna was the second wife of William the Silent.

  2. Ana María de Sajonia (en alemán, Anna Maria von Sachsen; Dresde, 4 de enero de 1836-Nápoles, 10 de febrero de 1859) fue una princesa de Sajonia y, por su matrimonio, gran duquesa heredera de Toscana y archiduquesa de Austria.

  3. Anna of Saxony (1544-77) was 9, when her father, Maurice of Saxony (1521-53), died from battle wounds, and at 11 Anna lost her mother, Agnes of Hesse (1527-55). Anna grew up as an only surviving child, much indulged, with a strong sense of her own importance.

  4. Through her marriage to Archduke Ferdinand, Grand Prince of Tuscany, Anna was a member of the House of Habsburg-Lorraine and an Archduchess and Princess of Austria and Princess of Hungary, Croatia, Bohemia, and Tuscany.

  5. 4 de nov. de 2015 · History. The Fifteen Princesses of Orange: Anna of Saxony. By Moniek Bloks. 4th November 2015. The second Princess of Orange, and also William the Silent’s second wife, is probably the most...

  6. Name variations: Anna of Saxony; Maria Anna of Saxony. Born on April 1, 1836, in Dresden, Germany; died on February 10, 1859, in Florence, Italy; daughter of Amalia of Bavaria (1801–1877) and Johann also known as John (1801–1873), king of Saxony (r. 1854–1873); became first wife of Ferdinand IV (1835–1908), titular grand duke of Tuscany ...

  7. Anna of Saxony. primary name: primary name: Saxony, Anna of. Details. individual; German; Female. Life dates. 1544-1577. Biography. The second wife of William I of Orange (q.v.). She gave him five children of which the fourth son, Maurits (q.v.) became Prince of Orange. In 1570 she had an affair with Jan Rubens (q.v.) whom she gave one daughter.