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  1. Catalina Månsdotter (1550-1612), también conocida como Karin Månsdotter. Esposa de Erik XIV; De otros países: Catalina Vasa (1539-1610), hija de Gustavo Vasa, condesa consorte de Frisia Oriental; Catalina Vasa, hija de Carlos IX, condesa consorte de Palatinado-Zweibrücken; Catalina Micaela de Austria, infanta de España y duquesa de Saboya;

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  4. Sra. D.a Margarita de Austria, emperatriz de Alemania, y juntamente de su embarcaciór, Y acompañamíento". Madrid, 1666. "Verdadera relación de la entrada y recibimiento que se hizo á la Sra. Emperatriz de Alemania, D. Margarita de Austria, en la ciudad de Viena, en cinco de Diciembre del año pasado de 1666", Granada, 1666.

  5. Sofonisba Anguissola lived in the XVI – XVII cent., a remarkable figure of Italian Mannerism (Late Renaissance). Find more works of this artist at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

  6. Following the Austro-Hungarian Empire's defeat in the war, her father was forced to renounce participation in state affairs and subsequently the empire was dismantled—and republics were established in Austria and Hungary. In 1919, Adelheid and her family were sent into exile, first in Switzerland and lastly in the Island of Madeira.

  7. She held the titles of Infanta of Spain and of Portugal (since her father was king of Portugal as well as Spain) and Archduchess of Austria. Despite her Spanish birth, she was referred to as Anne of Austria because the rulers of Spain belonged to the senior branch of the House of Austria , [2] known later as the House of Habsburg, a designation relatively uncommon before the 19th century.