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  1. Cristián o Cristian, son nombres propios masculinos de origen griego en su variante en español.Provienen del latín christianus y este del griego Χριστιανός, con el significado de cristiano (seguidor de Cristo, siendo esta palabra a su vez procedente del griego, donde significa el ungido).

  2. Otón I de Grecia, también Otón de Wittelsbach (en griego, Ὄθων; Salzburgo, 1 de junio de 1815 - Bamberg, 26 de julio de 1867), fue el primer rey de Grecia, desde su designación en 1832, en la Conferencia de Londres, hasta su deposición en 1862

  3. Leiningen versus the Ants, 30 STORIES TO REMEMBER 642-657 (1962) Word Count: 8881. Robert Louis Stevenson Markheim , BOOK OF THE SHORT STORY, THE 193-207 (1948) Word Count: 6815.

  4. King Carlos and The Prince Royal, Luís Filipe, were both killed, and Manuel was injured. Remarkably, Queen Amélie was unharmed and is credited with likely having saved the life of her younger son. When one of the shooters had come into the carriage, she reportedly waved her bouquet of flowers around, trying to hit him and keep him from taking any more shots.

  5. 310. Christian Karl Reinhard of Leiningen-Dachsburg-Falkenburg-Heidesheim (father of 155), same person as 190 311. Countess Katharina Polyxena of Solms-Rödelheim and Assenheim (mother of 155), same person as 191 312. same person as 300 313. same person as 301 314. Ferdinand Albert II, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel (father of 157) 315.

  6. King Luís I Portugal. King Luís I of Portugal (full name: Luís Filipe Maria Fernando Pedro de Alcântara António Miguel Rafael Gabriel Gonzaga Xavier Francisco de Assis João Augusto Júlio Valfando) was born on October 31, 1838, at the Palace of Necessidades in Lisbon Portugal.

  7. Family. Being born in Milan, Lombardy, Auguste was the eldest son of Eugène de Beauharnais, Napoleon I's stepson, and Princess Augusta of Bavaria.His dynastic connections were exceptional, considering his paternal lineage: among his sisters were Joséphine, Queen consort of Oscar I of Sweden, and Amélie, Empress consort of his future father-in-law Pedro I of Brazil.