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  1. Sophia of Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorp (1 June 1569 at Gottorf Castle – 14 November 1634 in Schwerin) was regent of the Duchy of Mecklenburg-Schwerin from 1603 to 1608. Life Sophia was the eldest daughter of Duke Adolph of Holstein-Gottorp and his wife Christine of Hesse. She married on 17 February 1588 in Reinbek to Duke John VII of Mecklenburg.

  2. Sophie Augusta of Holstein-Gottorp (5 December 1630 in Gottorp – 12 December 1680 in Coswig) was regent of Anhalt-Zerbst in during the minority of her son from 1667 until 1674. Life. She was a daughter of Frederick III, Duke of Holstein-Gottorp and Duchess Marie Elisabeth of Saxony.

  3. Eduviges Sofía de Suecia ( Estocolmo, 26 de junio de 1681 - ibidem, 11 de diciembre de 1708) fue una princesa sueca por nacimiento, y duquesa de Holstein-Gottorp por matrimonio. Era la hija mayor de los reyes de Suecia, Carlos XI y Ulrica Leonor de Dinamarca. Se casó en 1698 con el duque Federico IV de Holstein-Gottorp .

  4. 26 de abr. de 2022 · Sophie of Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorp ( June 1 1569 in Gottorp , † November 14th 1634 in Schwerin ) was 1603-1608 de facto regent of the duchy of Mecklenburg-Schwerin . [ edit ] Life. Sophia was the eldest daughter of the Duke Adolf I of Holstein-Gottorp and his wife Christine of Hesse .

  5. Sofía Augusta de Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorp (en alemán, Sophie Auguste von Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorf; Schleswig, 5 de diciembre de 1630 - Coswig, 12 de diciembre de 1680) fue una noble alemana perteneciente a la Casa de Holstein-Gottorp. Fue princesa de Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorp y, por matrimonio, princesa de Anhalt-Zerbst.

  6. On 18 October 1702, Hedvig Sofia became a widow and formal Regent for her minor son, the Duke of Holstein-Gottorp. However, she spent most of her time in Sweden and rarely visited the home of her spouse: she left the daily affairs of the duchy to Christian August of Holstein-Gottorp , the uncle of her late spouse, but matters of ...

  7. Between the time of the coup which deposed her father, and leaving Sweden, she and her mother were under house arrest. During this period, she was described in the famous diary of Hedwig Elizabeth Charlotte of Holstein-Gottorp as a stubborn girl who was much more haughty and possessed less self-control than her brother Gustav.