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  1. Anne of Austria, French Anne d’Autriche, (born Sept. 22, 1601, Valladolid, Spain—died Jan. 20, 1666, Paris), queen consort of King Louis XIII of France (reigned 1610–43) and regent during the opening years of the reign of her son King Louis XIV (from 1643).

  2. María Ana de Austria y Mendoza ( Pastrana, 1568 - Burgos, 1629) fue una dama española del séquito de la infanta Juana de Austria, princesa viuda de Portugal. Era hija de Juan de Austria y María de Mendoza, por lo tanto, sobrina y prima de reyes. Quedó tempranamente huérfana y fue cuidada hasta los siete años por Magdalena de Ulloa.

  3. Anne d'Autriche (en espagnol Ana María Mauricia de Austria y Austria) [N 1] ’ [N 2], infante d’Espagne, infante du Portugal, archiduchesse d’Autriche, princesse de Bourgogne et princesse des Pays-Bas, née le 22 septembre 1601 à Valladolid en Espagne et morte le 20 janvier 1666 à Paris d’un cancer du sein, est reine de France et de Navarre de 1615 à 1643 en tant qu’épouse de ...

  4. Anna Maria Mauricia von Österreich – spanisch Ana de Austria, französisch Anne d’Autriche – (* 22. September 1601 in Valladolid; † 20. Januar 1666 in Paris) war eine spanisch-portugiesische Infantin und Erzherzogin von Österreich aus dem Hause Habsburg. Durch ihre Ehe war sie vom 24.

  5. 19/01/2022 · Anna of Austria-Habsburg (1573–1598) By marriage Queen consort of Poland and Grand Duchess consort of Lithuania may 31,1592. Queen Consort of Sweden March 1, 1594 Links: Wikipedia view all 17 Anne of Austria, Queen of Poland's Timeline Genealogy Directory:

  6. Anne of Austria. Anne of Austria, 1601–66, queen of France, daughter of King Philip III of Spain. Married to the French king Louis XIII (1615), she was neglected by her husband and sought the society of the court intriguer, Mme de Chevreuse. Anne's indiscretion, especially her flirtation with the duke of Buckingham, injured her reputation.

  7. 14/10/2014 · 2 Answers. In spite of her birth in Spain, she was referred to as Anne of Austria because the rulers of Spain belonged to the House of Austria. [1] which answers your question. Well, not really. I missed that part somehow, so thanks for spotting it, but it's not really wiki at its best.