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  1. Amalie Elisabeth of Hanau-Münzenberg (28 January 1602–18 August 1651) was Landgravine consort and Regent of Hesse-Kassel. She married the future William V, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel in 1619 and became Landgravine upon his ascension to power in 1627. In 1637, military defeats forced her and William V into exile in East Frisia.

    • 17 March 1627 – 21 September 1637
    • 8 August 1651 (aged 49), Kassel
  2. Raugravine Caroline Elisabeth (19 November 1659, Heidelberg – 7 July 1696, London) was a German noblewoman and daughter of Charles I Louis, Elector Palatine. Life. She was born in Heidelberg as a daughter of Charles I Louis, Elector Palatine from his morganatic marriage with Marie Luise von Degenfeld.

  3. 15 de jun. de 2022 · La princesa Elisabeth de Bélgica acudirá a la fiesta de cumpleaños junto a su madre, la reina Matilde, lo que supone su debut en una cena de gala oficial en el extranjero.

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › RaugravesRaugraves - Wikipedia

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    First family in the 12th until 15th centuries

    The family of the Raugraves (the "Rough Counts") were descended from a division of the Wildgraves (the "Wild Counts") around 1148 (heirs of the Emichones). The first Raugrave was Emich I (ca. 1128-1172), second son of the Wildgrave Emich VI and brother of Wildgrave Konrad. Perhaps on account of the rough and mountainous quality of his lordships Emich named himself Raugrave (German: Raugraf; Latin: comes hirsutus; with the first part of the term "Rau" meaning "raw," undeveloped land plus the c...

    Second family in the 17th century

    When the Raugrave possessions passed to the Electorate of the Palatinate, the Raugrave title was taken over by Charles I Louis, Elector Palatine who purchased the estates. In 1667 it fell to the children of the Elector's second marriage. In 1658 the Elector contracted a morganatic, arguably bigamous (cf. Cuius regio, eius religio) second marriage at Frankenthal to Baroness Luise von Degenfeld. From 31 December 1667, the Elector accorded Luise the title of "the Raugravine" (Raugrafin), and the...

    The main properties of the Raugraves lie south of the Nahe in the Alsenz, south of Kirn, where the seat of the Becherbach, near Alzey, where they were seneschals of the Palatine counts, as well as in Simmern. Their castles were the Altenbaumburg, the Ebernburg, the Stolzenburg[de], the Naumburg[de], the Neu Baumburg (new Baumburg) and a castle in S...

    (in German) Dotzauer, Winfried: Geschichte des Nahe-Hunsrück-Raumes von den Anfängen bis zur Französischen Revolution; Stuttgart: Steiner, 2001, ISBN 3-515-07878-9 (online at Google Books)
    (in German) Fabricius, Wilhelm: Die Herrschaften des unteren Nahegebietes. Der Nahegau und seine Umgebung; Geschichtlicher Atlas der Rheinprovinz 6; Bonn: H. Behrend, 1914
    (in German) Köbler, Gerhard: Historisches Lexikon der deutschen Länder. Die deutschen Territorien und reichsunmittelbaren Geschlechter vom Mittelalter bis zur Gegenwart. 6. Auflage. Beck, München 1...
  5. Landgravine Elisabeth Amalie of Hesse-Darmstadt (Elisabeth Amalie Magdalene; 20 March 1635 – 4 August 1709) was a princess of Hesse-Darmstadt. She became Electress Palatine as the second wife of Philip William, Elector Palatine . Biography [ edit] Elisabeth Amalie, probably with her eldest daughter Eleonor Magdalene, around 1655.

  6. Raugravine Amalie Elisabeth o the Palatinate (1 Aprile 1663 – 13 Julie 1709) Raugrave Georg Ludwig o the Palatinate (30 Mairch 1664 – 20 Julie 1665) Raugravine Frederike o the Palatinate (7 Julie 1665 – 7 August 1674) Raugrave Friedrich Wilhelm o the Palatinate (25 November 1666 – 29 Julie 1667)