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  1. Marie de Saxe-Cobourg-Gotha (1875-1938) épouse en 1893 le prince héritier de Roumanie, Ferdinand de Hohenzollern (1865-1927), qui deviendra roi sous le nom de Ferdinand I er de Roumanie. Elle se révèlera une souveraine fort active, défendant notamment les intérêts de la Roumanie à la conférence précédant le traité de Versailles et obtenant de substantiels aménagements territoriaux ...

  2. Philology, philosophy of language, cultural anthropology, philosophy of mind, aesthetics, philosophy of history, political philosophy, philosophy of religion

  3. Charles Theodore liked to style himself as a prince of peace, in contrast to other princes like his chief political opponent, the great warrior Frederick the Great of Prussia. Allegorically, Minerva , the Roman goddess of wisdom and protectress of the arts, is often depicted as a stand-in for the elector himself.

  4. Victoria Adélaïde Marie Louise du Royaume-Uni, princesse royale de Grande-Bretagne et d'Irlande puis, par son mariage, reine de Prusse et impératrice allemande, est née le 21 novembre 1840 au palais de Buckingham, à Londres, et morte le 5 août 1901 à Friedrichshof, en Allemagne.

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › IlluminatiIlluminati - Wikipedia

    At all costs, Weishaupt wished to keep the existence of the order secret from the Rosicrucians, who already had a considerable foothold in German Freemasonry. [citation needed] While clearly Protestant, the Rosicrucians were anything but anticlerical, were pro-monarchic and held views clearly conflicting with the Illuminati vision of a rationalist state run by philosophers and scientists.

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › 1780s1780s - Wikipedia

    August 17 – King Frederick II of Prussia ("Frederick the Great") (b. 1712) August 27 – Carl Fredrik Scheffer, Swedish politician (b. 1715) September 5 – Jonas Hanway, English merchant, traveler, and philanthropist (b. 1712) September 17 – Tokugawa Ieharu, Japanese shōgun (b. 1737) September 18 – Giovanni Battista Guadagnini, Italian ...