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  1. Anne of Denmark, (born Dec. 12, 1574—died March 2, 1619), queen consort of King James I of Great Britain and Ireland (James VI of Scotland); although she had little direct political influence, her extravagant expenditures contributed to the financial difficulties that plagued James’s regime. The daughter of King Frederick II of Denmark and Norway, Anne was married to James in 1589. Her ...

  2. Anne of Denmark (1574–1619). Danish princess, queen of Scotland, first queen consort of Great Britain, and patron of the arts. Name variations: Anna of Denmark. Born Anna at Skanderborg Castle, Jutland, Denmark, on December 12 (some sources cite October 14), 1574; died at Hampton Court, near London, on March 2 or 4, 1619; interred at Westminster Abbey, London; daughter of Frederick II (b ...

  3. 29/05/2018 · Anne of Denmark (1574–1619), queen of James VI and I. Anne was daughter of Frederick II of Denmark and Norway. The marriage to James VI on 23 November 1589 was followed by her coronation in May 1590. She was later suspected of favouring catholicism since she refused the sacrament at her coronation in England in July 1603.

  4. 1904 Errata appended. ANNE OF DENMARK (1574–1619), queen consort, according to the style adopted by her husband, King James I, of Great Britain (France) and Ireland, was born at Skanderborg, in Jutland, 12 Dec. 1574 (not 1575, as sometimes stated; see Resen, Kong Friderichs II Krönjcke, 278). Her father, King Frederick II of Denmark and ...

  5. Paret var först lyckligt, men 1593 blev Jakob kär i Anne Murray, och Anna ryktades också ha andra förhållanden. Efter sonen Henriks födelse 1594, fråntogs hon vårdnaden om honom: Jakob gav order att hon aldrig skulle få tillgång till honom ens vid hans egen död, på grund av sonens politiska värde, och efter en lång kamp tvingades hon ge upp 1595.

  6. 11/08/2021 · Anne of Denmark is not one of our most famous queen consorts. Traditionally, she has been either overlooked by historians or dismissed – by unnamed sources – as “anonymous”, “an uninteresting woman” lacking in intellect and influence. She has even been described as a “dumb blonde” who failed to captivate her more intelligent and cultured husband.

  7. 10/09/2018 · Anne of Denmark was Queen of England during a highly tumultuous period of history, which is part of why her own life has not been examined very thoroughly. Her husband was James I, the son of Mary Queen of Scots, and they were coronated after the death of the beloved Queen Elizabeth I. So in the first place, it was a tough act to follow.