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  1. Catherine of Cleves (or of Nevers), Countess of Eu (1548 – 11 May 1633) was the wife of Henry I, Duke of Guise and the matriarch of the powerful and influential House of Guise. By marriage, she was Duchess of Guise from 1570 to 1588, and Dowager Duchess of Guise thereafter. She was also Countess of Eu in her own right from 1564.

    • 1548
  2. Catherine of Cleves (25 May 1417 – 10 February 1479) was Duchess of Guelders by marriage to Arnold, Duke of Guelders. She acted as regent of Guelders during the absence of her spouse in 1450. The Hours of Catherine of Cleves was commissioned for her.

    • 26 January 1430 - 23 February 1473
    • La Marck
    • 10 February 1479 (aged 61), Lobith
  3. Who Was Catherine of Cleves? Catherine of Cleves (1417–1476) is known for two things: her Book of Hours and her protracted political battle against her husband. In 1430 she married Arnold of Egmond (1410 –1473), becoming duchess of Guelders. Although she bore her husband six children, the marriage was not happy. By 1440 Catherine refused to ...

  4. The Hours of Catherine of Cleves (Morgan Library and Museum, now divided in two parts, M. 917 and M. 945, the latter sometimes called the Guennol Hours or, less commonly, the Arenberg Hours) is an ornately illuminated manuscript in the Gothic art style, produced in about 1440 by the anonymous Dutch artist known as the Master of ...

  5. Catherine of Cleves (1417–1479)Duchess of Guelders. Name variations: Katherine von Kleve. Born on May 25, 1417; died on February 10, 1479; daughter of Adolf of Cleves (d. 1492) and Beatriz; married Arnold, duke of Guelders, in 1430; children: Adolf (b. 1438), duke of Guelders; Mary of Guelders (1433–1463).