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  1. Catherine II (born Sophie of Anhalt-Zerbst; 2 May 1729 – 17 November 1796), most commonly known as Catherine the Great, was the last Empress of Russia (1762 to 1796) and the longest-ruling. She came to power following the overthrow of her husband and second cousin, Peter III .

  2. Isabel de Madariaga: Russia in the age of Catherine the Great, London 1981, ISBN 0-297-77394-1. Isabel de Madariaga: Katharina die Große. Das Leben der russischen Kaiserin, München 1996, wieder Wiesbaden 2004 ISBN 3-937715-44-4. Erich Donnert: Katharina II., die Große (1729–1796). Kaiserin des russischen Reiches.

  3. Eduardo, duque de Kent (en inglés, Edward Augustus; Londres, 2 de noviembre de 1767 - Devon, 23 de enero de 1820), fue el quinto hijo del rey Jorge III del Reino Unido, y de la reina Carlota.

  4. Esto se ha incumplido recientemente; los hijos de las reinas reinantes en los Países Bajos y Luxemburgo han conservado su asociación materna con la casa y en el Reino Unido, descendientes de su marido, el príncipe Felipe de la reina Isabel II de Grecia y Dinamarca, seguirá siendo oficialmente Windsor, aunque son técnicamente de Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg.

  5. Sophie is the French form of the Greek Sophia, for which it is also commonly used as a nickname. Sophies are scattered throughout European royal history, including Sophie of Thuringia, Duchess of Brabant, Princess Sophie of Sweden, and in modern times, Sophie, Duchess of Wessex, the wife of Britain's Prince Edward.

  6. 02/05/2022 · Ottilie and its diminutive Ottiline are a pair of names heard among the British upper crust, but have rarely been seen here since the 1880's. Ottilie does have a few cultural references: She is a key character in Goethe's Elective Affinities, Robert Louis Stevenson wrote a poem called To Ottilie, Franz Kafka had a sister named Ottilie, and it is the name of the protagonist in the John Wyndom ...