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  1. Henry IV, Duke of Saxony. Mother. Catherine of Mecklenburg. Sidonie of Saxony (also: Sidonia; 8 March 1518, Meissen – 4 January 1575, Weißenfels) was a princess of the House of Wettin and by marriage Duchess of Brunswick-Lüneburg and Princess of Calenberg-Göttingen .

  2. "Sidonie of Poděbrady (Czech: Zdenka z Poděbrad; 11 November 1449 – 1 February 1510) was a duchess consort of Saxony. She was a daughter of George of Poděbrady, King of Bohemia, and his first wife Kunigunde of Sternberg. She was the twin sister of Catherine of Poděbrady, wife of Matthias Corvinus of Hungary." - ( 29.12 ...

  3. 18 de ago. de 2022 · Her next target was Princess Sidonie of Saxony, who turned out to be sickly, and she did not please Franz Joseph. Her third target became Bavaria, preferably one of the daughters of her sister. Though it has been said that Helene was specifically planned as the intended fiance, there is no evidence in their correspondence.

  4. Sidonia de Sajonia (8 de marzo de 1518, Meissen - 4 de enero de 1575, Weißenfels) fue una princesa de la Casa de Wettin y por matrimonio duquesa de Brunswick-Luneburgo y princesa de Calenberg-Göttingen .

  5. 26 de jul. de 2017 · Sidonie of Saxony – Honour, a poor woman’s treasure. Wednesday, 26 July 2017, 7:00 Moniek Bloks Agnes of Hesse, Anna of Saxony (1567 - 1585), Sidonie of Saxony, The Royal Women 0. (public domain) Sidonie of Saxony was born on 8 March 1518 as the daughter of Henry IV, Duke of Saxony and his wife, Catherine of Mecklenburg.

  6. The Order of Sidonia was the German Kingdom of Saxony ’s chivalric order for women. Created 14 March 1871 by King John, the order was granted to female members of the Saxon nobility until the fall of the monarchy in 1918. It was named for the duchess consort of Saxony and margravine consort of Meissen, née princess Sidonia of Bohemia . Insignia.

  7. Description. Photograph of a full length portrait of Princess Sidonie of Saxony (1834-62), third daughter of Johann I of Saxony. She stands in profile, facing left, and turns her head to look to front. There is a mantelpiece and clock in the background, on the right. Provenance. Acquired by Queen Victoria. People involved. Physical properties.