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  1. 03/11/2022 · Elisabeth Christine Ulrike of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel (Elisabeth Christine Ulrike; 8 November 1746 – 18 February 1840), was a Crown Princess of Prussia as the first wife of Crown Prince Frederick William, her cousin and the future king Frederick William II of Prussia.

  2. 20/11/2022 · Elisabeth Christine, the daughter of Ferdinand Albert II, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel and Antoinette of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, was born in Wolfenbüttel on November 8, 1715. She married the future Frederick the Great on June 12, 1733, but the marriage proved to be childless. Frederick had no interest in Elisabeth and once he became king, the two lived separately, seeing each other only a few times. Queen Elisabeth Christine died on January 13, 1797, at the Stadtschloss in ...

  3. hace 4 días · King in Prussia since 1740: 1712 1786 Elisabeth Christine of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel-Bevern: Frederick William II: Nephew of 1786–1797 1744 1797 Elisabeth Christine of Brunswick-Lüneburg. Frederika Louisa of Hesse-Darmstadt Frederick William III: Son of 1797–1840 1770 1840 Louise of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. Auguste von Harrach. Frederick William IV: Son of

  4. 14/11/2022 · Grabados De Calidad Del Museo | Retrato de Isabel Cristina de Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel de Martin Van Meytens (1695-1770, Sweden) | ArtsDot.com ¡Compre 5 pinturas y obtenga 25% de descuento + 10% adicional en todos los productos!

  5. 08/11/2022 · elisabeth christine von brunswick-wolfenbÜttel ,impÉratrice consort du saint-empire, reine consort de germanie, de bohÊme, de hongrie, de sardaigne, de sicile et de naples, archiduchesse consort d'autriche, duchesse consort de bourgogne, de milan, de brabant, de luxembourg, de limbourg et de parme et comtesse consort de flandre

  6. hace 2 días · Elisabeth Christine of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel. Religion. Roman Catholicism. Signature. Maria Theresa Walburga Amalia Christina ( German: Maria Theresia; 13 May 1717 – 29 November 1780) was ruler of the Habsburg dominions from 1740 until her death in 1780, and the only woman to hold the position in her own right.