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  1. In 1499 Henry's uncle, count Engelbert II, invited Henry to the Burgundian Netherlands as his heir. He travelled with Philip the Handsome to Castile in 1501-1503. Upon the death of his uncle in 1504 Henry inherited the Nassau possessions in the Netherlands, including the wealthy lordship of Breda in the duchy of Brabant.

  2. Armoiries de Guillaume de Nassau-Dillenbourg : « écartelé : I, d'azur semé de billettes d'or, au lion couronné du même, armé et lampassé de gueules (maison de Nassau), brochant sur le tout, II d'or au léopard lionné armé, lampassé et couronné d'azur (Katzenelnbogen), III de gueules à la fasce d'argent , IV de gueules à deux léopards d'or armés, lampassés et couronnés d'azur ».

  3. Descendiente de Carlos III, hijo del Infante Sebastián Gabriel de España y Portugal. Futuro Duque de Marchena 1863: Luis III, Gran Duque de Hesse y del Rhin: 1806: 1877 Guillermo Nicolás, Príncipe de Orange, Príncipe Heredero de los Países Bajos: 1840: 1879: Hijo de Guillermo III, Rey de los Países Bajos 1864: Cristián IX, Rey de ...

  4. 04/04/2022 · It is believed this Bosch triptych, The Garden of Earthly Delights, was either commissioned by the Count Engelbrecht II of Nassau (1451 to 1504) or Henry III Nassau-Breda (1483 to 1538). The triptych could have been painted for a wedding, but other suggestions indicate it could have also been for religious purposes to provide a moral narrative showing people the consequences of temptation and sin.