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  1. Anne of Denmark (Danish: Anna; 12 December 1574 – 2 March 1619) was the wife of King James VI and I; as such, she was Queen of Scotland from their marriage on 20 August 1589 and Queen of England and Ireland from the union of the Scottish and English crowns on 24 March 1603 until her death in 1619.

  2. Princess Anne of Denmark ( formerly Anne Anson, Viscountess Anson, née Anne Ferelith Fenella Bowes-Lyon; 4 December 1917 – 26 September 1980) was a first cousin of Elizabeth II and the mother of royal photographer Patrick Anson, 5th Earl of Lichfield and Lady Elizabeth Shakerley. She became a Princess of Denmark through her second marriage.

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    Anne of Denmark was a Danish princess from the House of Oldenburg. Through her marriage with Augustus of Saxony she became Electress of Saxony. She was renowned for her knowledge of plants and her skill in the preparation of herbal remedies, and contributed to the development of farming and horticulture in Saxony. She was a major influence in the i...

    Anna of Denmark was a daughter of King Christian III of Denmark and Norway and his wife Dorothea of Saxe-Lauenburg. Her mother taught her the basic principles of gathering medicinal plants and preparing herbal remedies. After the introduction of Protestantism in Denmark-Norway in 1537, she was raised as a strict orthodox Lutheran. In March 1548 she...

    Anna and Augustus initially lived in Weißenfels. When Augustus became Elector in 1553 following the death of his brother Maurice, they lived mainly in Dresden. They had fifteen children, four of whom reached adulthood. Their marriage was considered to be harmonious. Anna of Denmark was a great writer of letters and kept a good archive of her corres...

    During her lifetime, Anna of Denmark was known for her skill in managing gardens and farmland. In 1578, her husband entrusted her with the management of all his estates. She contributed to the development of agriculture in Saxony by introducing new crops and new species of livestock, and promoted the introduction of horticulture as practiced in the...

    Anna of Denmark died on October 1, 1585 after a long period of ill health. She remains one of the best known Electresses of Saxony, partly because of biographies written about her in the 19th century which emphasise her traditional role as 'mother of the nation.'

  3. Anne of Denmark was queen consort of Scotland, England, and Ireland. She was the wife of King James VI and I. Anne, the second daughter of King Frederick II of Denmark, married James in 1589 when she was 15 years old. She gave birth to seven children but only three lived to become adults. One of these children was the future Charles I. She often used Scottish politics when she fought with James about her son, Prince Henry. She also used them in her arguments about his treatment of ...

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    Era la segunda de los siete vástagos, del rey Federico II de Dinamarca y de su esposa, Sofía de Mecklemburgo-Güstrow. Su llegada no fue precisamente celebrada por su padre, quien con dos hijas deseaba con ansiedad la llegada de un heredero masculino. Tras ella vendrían cinco hijos más, entre los que estaría el futuro rey de Dinamarca, Cristián IV.A...

    Una fuente de desacuerdo entre Ana y su futuro esposo, Jacobo, sería el tema de la religión; por ejemplo, Ana se abstuvo de la comunión anglicana durante su coronación. La reina había sido criada como luterana, pero puede haberse convertido silenciosamente al catolicismo en algún momento, un escenario político embarazoso que alarmó a los ministros ...

    Ana se casó por poderes en la ciudad de Oslo, el 23 de noviembre de 1589, con el rey Jacobo VI de Escocia -luego I de Inglaterra-. La ceremonia formal de matrimonio se llevó a cabo en la ciudad de Krondborg, el 21 de enero de 1590, durante la visita del rey Jacobo a Dinamarca. A su regreso a Escocia, fue coronada reina en la abadía de Holyrood, el ...

    En Escocia, Ana exploró las divisiones en la corte para su beneficio, particularmente apoyando a los enemigos del conde de Gondomar. Como resultado, Jacobo no le contó secretos de estado. Henry Howard, un hombre activo en la diplomacia más secreta relacionada con la sucesión inglesa, a menudo le recordaba a Jacobo que, aunque Ana tenía todas las vi...

    El príncipe de Gales recibió el nombre de Enrique Federico en honor a sus dos abuelos: Enrique Estuardo y Federico II de Dinamarca. La actitud del monarca con sus hijos era más parecida a la de un maestro de escuela que a la de un padre, e incluso escribió textos para la escolarización de sus hijos. La popularidad del príncipe subió tanto que resul...

    Enrique Federico (1594-1612), duque de Rothesay desde su nacimiento y al subir su padre al trono inglés, duque de Cornualles(1603) y príncipe de Gales (1610).
    Un hijo (julio de 1595).
    Isabel (1596-1662), casada con Federico V, elector palatino del Rin y pretendiente al trono de Bohemia.
    Margarita (1598-1600), fallecida a los quince meses de edad.

    A partir de septiembre de 1614, Ana estaba preocupada por el dolor en sus pies. A finales de 1617, los episodios de enfermedad de Ana se habían vuelto debilitantes; el escritor de cartas John Chamberlain registró: "La reina sigue estando mal dispuesta y, aunque desearía poner todas sus enfermedades sobre la gota, la mayoría de sus médicos temen un ...

  4. Anne of Denmark was the wife of King James VI and I, and as such Queen of Scotland from their marriage by proxy on 20 August 1589 and Queen of England and Ireland from 24 March 1603 until her death in 1619. When Anne intended to sail to Scotland in 1589 her ship was delayed by adverse weather. Contemporary superstition blamed the delays to her voyage and other misfortunes on "contrary winds" summoned by witchcraft. There were witchcraft trials in Denmark and in Scotland. The King ...