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  1. Hace 3 días · Maria Anna of Savoy 1803–1884: Maria Anna of Austria 1804–1858: Clementina of Austria 1798–1881: Leopold 1790–1851 Prince of Salerno: Maximilian I Joseph 1756–1825 King of Bavaria: Caroline of Baden 1776–1841: Frederick William III 1770–1840 King of Prussia Hohenzollern: Pedro I the Liberator 1798–1834 Emperor of ...

  2. Hace 2 días · Charles II of Spain [a] (6 November 1661 – 1 November 1700) was King of Spain from 1665 to 1700. The last monarch from the House of Habsburg, which had ruled Spain since 1516, neither of his marriages produced children, and he died without a direct heir. He is now best remembered for his physical disabilities, and the War of the Spanish ...

  3. Hace 5 días · English: Portrait of Maria Anna of Savoy, Duchess of Chablais (1757-1824), misidentified with her mother Maria Antonia Ferdinanda of Spain (1729-1785)

  4. Hace 4 días · Howell deals subtly with the swings and roundabouts of thirteenth-century European alliances and carefully measures the disadvantages and advantages of the match. Henry III and Eleanor were married at Canterbury on 14 January 1236. Undoubtedly the strongest theme throughout this book is family.

  5. Hace 2 días · Infanta Isabel Luísa Josefa of Portugal (6 January 1669 – 21 October 1690) was the only child of Peter II of Portugal and his first wife and former sister-in-law, Maria Francisca of Savoy. She was the heiress presumptive to the throne of Portugal between 1668 and 1689, when her half-brother John was born.

  6. Hace 5 días · May 15, 2024 | Mollie Farr | Comments. Ann Allen Savoy has lived a life created by art. With a musical career spanning more than forty years and more than twenty albums, she has traveled the world with her music and art.

  7. Hace 2 días · In Stow's "Chronicles," under the date of 1364, we find the following passage:—"The 9th day of April, died John, King of France, at the Savoy; his corpse was honourably conveyed to St. Denis, in France." In 1377 the Savoy stood a narrow chance of being demolished by the citizens of London, who had flocked thither, "evidently bent on mischief ...