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  1. Anna, third child and only daughter of Prince Karl of Hesse and by Rhine, and his wife, Princess Elisabeth of Prussia, was born at Bessungen, Grand Duchy of Hesse. Her paternal grandfather was Ludwig II, Grand Duke of Hesse and by Rhine. Her mother was a granddaughter of King Friedrich Wilhelm II of Prussia.

  2. Anna of Hesse (26 October 1529, Kassel – 10 July 1591, Meisenheim) was a princess of Hesse by birth and marriage Countess Palatine of Zweibrücken . Early life [ edit] Anna was a daughter of Landgrave Philip I of Hesse (1501–1567) from his marriage to Princess Christine of Saxony (1505–1549), a daughter of Duke George of Saxony . Biography [ edit]

  3. 19 de dic. de 2022 · Anna de Hessen va néixer a Kassel el 26 d'octubre de 1529 i va morir a Meisenheim el 10 de juliol de 1591. Era una princesa de Hessen, filla del landgravi Felip I de Hessen i de Cristina de Saxònia .

  4. Anna de Hessen (en alemany Anna von Hessen) va néixer a Kassel ( Alemanya) el 26 d'octubre de 1529 i va morir a Meisenheim el 10 de juliol de 1591. Era una princesa de Hessen, filla del landgravi Felip I de Hessen ( 1504 - 1567) i de Cristina de Saxònia ( 1505 - 1549 ).

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    She was the twelfth child (and sixth daughter) of Frederick V, Landgrave of Hesse-Homburg and Caroline of Hesse-Darmstadt, thus being a granddaughter of Countess Palatine Caroline of Zweibrücken, known as the "great Landgräfin". Maria Anna belonged to the anti-Napoleon-party around Queen Luiseand supported the war against France in 1806. She follow...

    She married in 1804 to Prince Wilhelm of Prussia(1783–1851), her first cousin, and they had nine children: 1. Princess Amalie FriederikeLuise Karoline Wilhelmine of Prussia (4 July 1805 – 23 November 1805); died in infancy. 2. Princess Irene of Prussia (born and died 3 November 1806); stillborn. 3. Unnamed son (born and died 30 August 1809); stillb...

    Horst Häker (Hrsg.): Tagebuch der Prinzessin Marianne von Preußen. (= Heilbronner Kleist-Editionen; 1). Kleist-Archiv Sembdner, Heilbronn 2006, ISBN 3-931060-97-7
    Stefan Hartmann (1990), "Marianne", Neue Deutsche Biographie (in German), vol. 16, Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, pp. 210–211; (full text online)
    Hermann von Petersdorff (1906), "Marianne, Prinzessin von Preußen", Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie (ADB)(in German), vol. 52, Leipzig: Duncker & Humblot, pp. 202–210
    Karl Schwartz: Landgraf Friedrich V. von Hessen-Homburg und seine Familie. Aus Archivalien und Familienpapieren. Rudolstadt 1878
  5. Ana de Hesse fue una princesa de Hesse por nacimiento y Condesa Palatina de Zweibrücken por matrimonio.

  6. El estado federado de Hesse se encuentra en el centro-oeste de Alemania y posee una frontera de 1 410 736 km de longitud total con el estado de Renania del Norte-Westfalia (269,3 km), con Baja Sajonia (167 013 km), con Turingia (269 647 km), con Baviera (261 881 km), con Baden-Wurtemberg (176 540 km) y Renania-Palatinado (266 325 km).