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  1. ana maría mauricia de austria y austria-estiria ( valladolid, españa, 22 de septiembre de 1601- parís, 20 de enero de 1666) fue infanta de españa y portugal por ser hija de los reyes felipe iii de españa y margarita de austria-estiria, reina consorte de francia y de navarra por su matrimonio con luis xiii y regente de francia durante la minoría …

    • Ana María Mauricia de Austria y Austria
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  2. Ana de Austria ( Cigales, 1 de noviembre de 1549 - Badajoz, 26 de octubre de 1580 ), fue reina consorte de España y de Portugal, como la cuarta esposa de su tío, Felipe II, siendo además la madre del rey Felipe III . Índice 1 Primeros años 2 Matrimonio 3 Reina de España 4 Muerte 5 Matrimonio e hijos 6 Ancestros 7 Enlaces externos 8 Referencias

  3. Ana de Austria o Ana de Habsburgo, puede referirse a: Ana de Habsburgo (1280-1327) Ana de Habsburgo-Jagellón (1528–1590), archiduquesa de Austria. Ana de Austria (1549-1580), reina de España, esposa de Felipe II. María Ana de Baviera (1551-1608) o María Ana de Wittelsbach-Habsburgo. Ana de Habsburgo, reina de Polonia y Suecia (1573-1598).

  4. Ana de Austria y de Bohemia ( Viena, 12 de abril de 1432 - Eckartsberga, 13 de noviembre de 1462) fue duquesa de Luxemburgo en derecho propio, y landgravina de Turingia y de Sajonia como la esposa de Guillermo III de Turingia . Vida

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    Anne of Austria was an infanta of Spain who became Queen of France as the wife of King Louis XIII from their marriage in 1615 until Louis XIII died in 1643. She was also Queen of Navarre until that kingdom was annexed into the French crown in 1620. After her husband's death, Anne was regent to her son Louis XIV, during his minority, until 1651. Dur...

    Born at the Benavente Palace in Valladolid, Spain, and baptised Ana María Mauricia, she was the eldest daughter of King Philip III of Spain and his wife Margaret of Austria. She held the titles of Infanta of Spain and of Portugal and Archduchess of Austria. Despite her Spanish birth, she was referred to as Anne of Austria because the rulers of Spai...

    At age eleven, Anne was betrothed to King Louis XIII of France. Her father gave her a dowry of 500,000 crowns and many beautiful jewels. For fear that Louis XIII would die early, the Spanish court stipulated that she would return to Spain with her dowry, jewels, and wardrobe if he did die. Prior to the marriage, Anne renounced all succession rights...

    Upon Louis' death in 1643, Anne was named regent, despite his attempts to prevent her from obtaining the position. With the aid of Pierre Séguier, she had the Parlement de Paris revoke the will of the late king, which would have limited her powers. Their four-year-old son was crowned King Louis XIV of France. Anne assumed the regency but to general...

    Anne's regency formally ended in 1651, when Louis XIV was declared of legal majority at the age of thirteen. In 1659, the war with Spain ended with the Treaty of the Pyrenees. The following year, peace was cemented by the marriage of the young King to Anne's niece, the Spanish Habsburg princess Maria Theresa of Spain. In 1661, the same year as the ...