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  1. Christina of Denmark ( Danish: Christine af Danmark; November 1521 – 10 December 1590) was a Danish princess, the younger surviving daughter of King Christian II of Denmark and Norway and Isabella of Austria. By her two marriages, she became Duchess of Milan, then Duchess of Lorraine.

  2. Christina of Denmark ( Danish: Kirstine Bjørnsdatter, Swedish: Kristina Björnsdotter; c. 1120/25 – c. 1160/70), was Queen of Sweden as the wife of King Eric "IX" (r. 1156–1160), and the mother of King Canute I of Sweden . Contents 1 Life 1.1 Queen 1.2 Later life 2 Issue 3 Notes 4 References Life [ edit]

  3. Portrait of Christina of Denmark was painted with oil on oak panel by Hans Holbein the Younger in 1538. It was commissioned that year by Thomas Cromwell, agent for Henry VIII, as a betrothal painting following the death of the English Queen Jane Seymour. It shows the then sixteen-year-old Christina of Denmark, widowed Duchess of Milan.

  4. Cristina de Dinamarca ( Nyborg, noviembre de 1521 – Tortona, 10 de diciembre de 1590) fue la segunda hija del rey Cristián II de Dinamarca, Noruega y Suecia, y de la infanta de España, Isabel de Austria, hermana del emperador Carlos V . En 1523, hartos de su crueldad, los daneses y noruegos deponen al rey Cristián II y entronizan a su tío Federico.

  5. Christina of Denmark, Queen of Norway Christina Knutsdatter of Denmark, in Norway known as Kristin Knutsdotter, (c. 1118–1139) was a Danish princess who became Queen of Norway as the spouse of King Magnus IV the Blind of Norway. Christina was born to Canute Lavard and Ingeborg of Kiev.

  6. Deutsch: Christina von Dänemark (* 1521 in Nyborg; † 1590 in Alessandria oder Tortona) war eine dänische Prinzessin. Durch ihre Heirat mit Francesco II. Sforza wurde sie Herzogin von Mailand und später - durch Heirat mit Franz I. von Lothringen - Herzogin von Lothringen.