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  1. Magdalena of Saxony (7 March 1507 – 25 January 1534) was Margravine of Brandenburg, as well as Electoral Princess of Brandenburg. [1] She was the daughter of George the Bearded, Duke of Saxony and his wife Barbara.

  2. Magdalene Sibylle of Saxony (23 December 1617 – 6 January 1668), in Denmark known as Magdalena Sibylla, was the Princess of Denmark and Norway from 1634 to 1647 as the wife of Prince-Elect Christian of Denmark, and the Duchess consort of Saxe-Altenburg as the wife of Frederick Wilhelm II, Duke of Saxe-Altenburg .

  3. Magdalene (or Magdalena) of Saxony was a princess of Saxony, and consort Electress of Brandenburg following her marriage. Magdelene was born 7 March 1507 at Schloss Dresden, the youngest surviving daughter of Georg, Herzog zu Sachsen in Meissen, and his wife, Barbara Jagiellonka, Princess of Poland.

  4. Born on January 9, 1587 (some sources cite December31, 1586); died on February 22 (some sources cite February 12), 1659; daughter of Maria Eleanora (1550–1608) and Albert Frederick (b. 1553), duke of Prussia; sister of Anna of Prussia (1576–1625); married John George I (1585–1656), elector of Saxony, on July 29, 1607; children: Marie ...

  5. Princess of Saxony. Born on March 7, 1507; died on January 28, 1534; daughter of Barbara of Poland (1478–1534) and George the Bearded (b. 1471), duke of Saxony; married Joachim II Hector (1505–1571), elector of Brandenburg (r. 1535–1571), on November 6, 1524; children: John George (1525–1598), elector of Brandenburg (r. 1571–1598).

  6. Magdalene Sibylle von Sachsen-Weissenfels, was born on 2 September 1648 at Halle, the eldest child of August of Saxony (Sachsen), Duke of Sachsen-Weissefels (of the Albertine line of the family of Wettin) and his first wife Anna Maria von Mecklenburg-Schwerin.

  7. The artist’s attention to such details enabled the identification of this sitter: a signet ring in a companion portrait of her husband in the Philadelphia Museum of Art reveals her to be the Saxon princess Magdalena.