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  1. The Function of Maria Christina of Austria's Regency, 1885–1902, in Preserving the Spanish Monarchy. México: Ediciones Botas. Ferrer, Eusebio; Puga, Maria Teresa; Rojas, Enrique (1994). Cuando reinar es un deber: regencia de María Cristina de Austria de Habsburgo-Lorena: minoría de edad de Alfonso XIII, 1885-1902 (in Spanish).

  2. Constance of Austria (German: Konstanza; Polish: Konstancja; 24 December 1588 – 10 July 1631) was Queen of Poland as the second wife of King Sigismund III Vasa and the mother of King John II Casimir

  3. Anna d'Este was born on 16 November 1531, the eldest daughter of the Duke of Ferrara Ercole II (son of Lucrezia Borgia and grandson of Pope Alexander VI) and his wife, Renée of France (daughter of King Louis XII of France).

  4. In Weimar on 26 May 1555 John Frederick II married his first wife, Agnes of Hesse, Dowager Electress of Saxony. Six months later she suffered a miscarriage and died, on 4 November 1555. In Weimar on 12 June 1558 John Frederick II married his second wife, Countess Palatine Elisabeth of Simmern-Sponheim , daughter of the later (1559) Frederick III, Elector Palatine .

  5. Gabriela von Habsburg-Lothringen is sometimes referred to as "Archduchess of Austria", a reference to the defunct familial title of her grandfather, but says that "I do not like my family titles. Whatever you inherit, you haven’t done anything for". House of Habsburg: Grand Mistress Dame of the Order of the Starry Cross

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › 1550s1550s - Wikipedia

    Sibylle of Cleves, Electress consort of Saxony (b. 1512) February 23 – Henry Grey, 1st Duke of Suffolk, English politician (executed) (b. c.1515) March 3 – John Frederick I, Elector of Saxony (b. 1503) April 11 – Thomas Wyatt the Younger, English rebel (executed) (b. 1521) April 23 – Gaspara Stampa, Italian poet (b. 1523)

  7. In 1648, Frederick and Sophie Amalie became king and queen of Denmark and Norway. As her husband was introverted, she became the centre of a sumptuous court life, with exclusive luxury items and grand parties, which shed glory on the royal power. Queen Sophie Amalie made a pioneer cultural act in relation to the court parties by replacing the old medieval court entertainment