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  1. Dorothea of Denmark, Electress Palatine Consort: 10 Nov 1520: 31 May 1580: Frederick II, Elector Palatine, no issue Maria of Portugal, Duchess of Viseu: 18 Jun 1521: 10 Oct 1577: Christina of Denmark, Duchess Consort of Lorraine: Nov 1521: 10 Dec 1590: 1. Francesco II Sforza, Duke of Milan, no issue 2. Francis I, Duke of Lorraine, had issue

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › DorotheaDorothea - Wikipedia

    Princess Dorothea of Courland (1793–1862), Baltic German noblewoman; Princess Dorothea of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (1881–1967) Princess Dorothea of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Beck (1685–1761), Margravine of Brandenburg-Bayreuth-Kulmbach by marriage; Fictional characters. Dorothea Arnault, a character from the video game Fire Emblem: Three ...

  3. Constantine married firstly to Princess Eugénie de Beauharnais (1808–1847) on 22 May 1826 in Eichstätt. They had no children. After her death on September 1847, he married secondly (and morganatically ) to Baroness Amalie Schenk von Geyern ; upon their marriage, Frederick William IV of Prussia bestowed Amalie with the title Countess of Rothenburg .

  4. ∞ 1 1700 Princess Louisa Dorothea of Brandenburg (1680–1705) ∞ 2 1715 Ulrika Eleonora, Queen of Sweden (1688–1741) Christian (2 July 1677 – 18 September 1677) Sophie Charlotte (16 July 1678 – 30 May 1749) ∞ 1704 Frederick William, Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (1675–1713) Son (12 June 1679) Charles (12 June 1680 – 13 November 1702)

  5. Princess Alexandra of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (aged 17) was married to Ernst, Hereditary Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (aged 32), in 1896. Princess Dorothea of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (aged 17) was married to Ernst Gunther, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein (aged 34), in August 1898, a little over a week before his 35th birthday. 20th century

  6. The earliest record of what is generally considered to be a Swedish king appears in Tacitus' work Germania, c. 100 AD (the king of the Suiones).However, due to scant and unreliable sources before the 11th century, lists of succession traditionally start in the 10th century with king Olof Skötkonung, and his father Eric the Victorious, who also were the first Swedish kings to be baptized.

  7. Dorothea Charlotte of Brandenburg-Ansbach 1 December 1687 Darmstadt five children Frederick II: 13 November 1625: 1679–1708: 27 August 1681: Hesse-Homburg: Margareta Brahe 12 May 1661 Stockholm no children Louise Elisabeth of Courland 23 October 1670 Cölln twelve children Sophie Sybille of Leiningen-Westerburg 1691 three children