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  1. Maria Anna Sophia of Saxony (Maria Anna Sophia Sabina Angela Franciska Xaveria; 29 August 1728 – 17 February 1797) was a daughter of King Augustus III of Poland and his wife Maria Josepha of Austria who became Electress of Bavaria by marriage to Maximilian III Joseph, Elector of Bavaria.

  2. María Ana de Sajonia (en alemán, Maria Anna von Sachsen; Dresde, 29 de agosto de 1728 - Múnich, 17 de febrero de 1797) fue hija del rey polaco Augusto III y de su esposa, la archiduquesa María Josefa de Austria. Se convirtió en 1747 en electora de Baviera por matrimonio.

  3. Maria Anna Sophia of Saxony (Maria Anna Sophia Sabina Angela Franciska Xaveria; 29 August 1728 – 17 February 1797) was a daughter of King Augustus III of Poland and his wife Maria Josepha of Austria who became Electress of Bavaria by marriage to Maximilian III Joseph, Elector of Bavaria.

  4. Maria Anna Sophia of Saxony (Maria Anna Sophia Sabina Angela Franciska Xaveria; 29 August 1728 – 17 February 1797) was a daughter of King Augustus III of Poland and his wife Maria Josepha of Austria who became Electress of Bavaria by marriage to Maximilian III Joseph, Elector of Bavaria.

  5. 20 de ene. de 2020 · English: Portrait of Maria Anna Sophia of Saxony (1728-1797), wife of Maximilian III Joseph, Elector of Bavaria (1727-1777)

  6. Princess Maria Anna of Saxony ( Maria Anna Sophie Sabina Angela Franziska Xaveria; 29 August 1728 – 17 February 1797) was a daughter of King Augustus III of Poland and his wife Maria Josepha of Austria who became Electress of Bavaria by as a result of her marriage to Elector Maximilian III Joseph of Bavaria. The couple had no children.

  7. 29 de ago. de 2013 · A shrewd negotiator, talented politician and even more of a force to be reckoned with than grandmother Gilflurt herself, it's time to hear the story of Maria Anna Sophia, Electress of Bavaria. Maria Anna was born to privilege as one of fifteen children of King Augustus III of Poland and his wife, Maria Josepha of Austria.