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  1. Proband: Leonora Christina Ulfeldt Far: Christian 4. Farfar: Frederik 2. Farfars far: Christian 3. Farfars mor: Dorothea af Sachsen-Lauenburg Farmor: Sophie af Mecklenburg Farmors far: Ulrik af Mecklenburg-Schwerin Farmors mor: Elisabeth af Danmark (1524-1586) Mor: Kirsten Munk Morfar: Ludvig Munk Morfars far: Ludvig Munk (den ældre) Morfars mor: Kirstine Lykke Mormor: Ellen Marsvin Mormors ...

  2. Leonora Christina, Countess Ulfeldt, born "Countess Leonora Christina Christiansdatter" til Slesvig og Holsten (8 July 1621 – 16 March 1698), was the daughter of King Christian IV of Denmark and wife of Steward of the Realm, traitor Count Corfitz Ulfeldt.

  3. Queen Sophie Amalie was from the start of her husband's reign famously involved in the power struggle between the crown and the high nobility, symbolized by the so-called Svogerpartiet ('Son's-in-law Party'), composed by six noblemen married to daughters of her father-in-law from his second morganatic marriage with Kirsten Munk, among which Corfitz Ulfeldt, married to Leonora Christina Ulfeldt ...

  4. Leben. Friedrich III. war der dritte Sohn von Christian IV. von Dänemark und Norwegen (1577–1648) und dessen erster Gemahlin Anna Katharina von Brandenburg, der ältesten Tochter des Kurfürsten Joachim Friedrich von Brandenburg (1546–1608) aus dessen erster Ehe mit Katharina (1549–1602), Tochter des Markgrafen Johann von Brandenburg-Küstrin (1513–1571).

  5. Fortællingen om Leonora Christina, hendes mand Corfitz Ulfeldt, Frederik den 3. og Dronning Sophie Amalie er en dramatisk og spektakulær historisk fortælling om krig og fred, magt, forræderi og kærlighed, der udspiller sig i en markant brydningstid i Danmarks historie. Serien er sat på pause, så det er usikkert om den bliver til noget.

  6. Sansay, Leonora, 1773-1821 ¶ Hassal, Mary; en.wikipedia; Secret History; or, the Horrors of St. Domingo In a Series of Letters, Written by a Lady at Cape Francois, to Colonel Burr, Late Vice-President of the United States, Principally During the Command of General Rochambeu (English) (as Author) San Severino, Bernardo Quaranta di, barone