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Anna Sophie of Denmark (1647 - 1717). Daughter of Frederick III and Sophie Amalie of Brunswick-Lüneburg. She married John George III, Elector of Saxony and had two sons.

Anna Sophie of Denmark - Daughter of Frederick III and Sophie Amalie of Brunswick-Lüneburg. She married John George III, Elector of Saxony and had two sons.

Watercolours With Life: Wild Roses

Wild Roses Developing in a watercolour study The weather is wonderful and everywhere I look in the countryside I see gorgeous wild.

Sophie of Pomerania - Wikipedia

Sophie of Pomerania (in German: Sophia von Pommern) was a Queen consort of Denmark and Norway as the spouse of King Frederick I of Denmark

Königin Sophie v. Dänemark (Kulturstiftung DessauWörlitz CC BY-NC-SA)

Königin Sophie v. Dänemark (Kulturstiftung DessauWörlitz CC BY-NC-SA)

Leonora Christine, Gerrit Honthorst, Nederlandene 1647, olie på lærred, Frederiksborg Slot

1647 Leonora Christina Ulfeldt by Gerrit van Honthorst (location unknown to gogm)

Jacques Cathelineau, known as the Saint of Anjou, was one of the leaders of the great royalist counterrevolution in the Vendee region of France. The revolutionaries like to speak of themselves as the champions of the "common man" against elitist tyranny-yet it was the common people who suffered most from their bloodlust & it was often common people who were prominent in fighting against the horrors of the revolution. He was known for being very physically strong, handsome ..also extremely…

Jacques Cathelineau, known as the Saint of Anjou, was one of the leaders of the great royalist counterrevolution in the Vendee region of Fra.

Henri IV et Marie de Médicis, roi et reine de France et de Navarre, en 1601, par Mathieu Prieur

Henri IV et Marie de Médicis, roi et reine de France et de Navarre, en 1601, par Mathieu Prieur

Edmond de Talleyrand-Périgord, 2nd Duke of Talleyrand, 2nd Duke of Dino (1 August 1787, Paris – 14 May 1872, Florence), was a French general of the Napoleonic Wars. As the son of Archambaud de Talleyrand-Périgord (1762–1838) and Madeleine Olivier de Senozan de Viriville (1764–1794), he was the nephew of the minister Talleyrand. He later married Dorothea von Biron.

Edmond de Talleyrand-Périgord, 2nd Duke of Talleyrand, 2nd Duke of Dino (1 August 1787, Paris – 14 May 1872, Florence), was a French general of the Napoleonic Wars. As the son of Archambaud de Talleyrand-Périgord (1762–1838) and Madeleine Olivier de Senozan de Viriville (1764–1794), he was the nephew of the minister Talleyrand. He later married Dorothea von Biron.

Katarina Stenbock

Gustav Eriksson Vasa is something of a national hero in Sweden. Okay, so we don’t do national heroes all that well, so while we credit him with freeing Sweden from the unbearable Danish yoke as rep…

Adelsfrøkenen Kirsten Munk blev i 1615 Christian 4.s anden hustru. Hun var datter af Ludvig Munk og Ellen Marsvin. Sammen med kongen fik hun tolv børn, hvoraf otte overlevede. Kirsten Munk havde et tæt forhold til Christian 4, og hun beskrives som en både intelligent og selvstændig personlighed. I 1626 indledte hun imidlertid et forhold til rhingreve Otto Ludwig af Salm, og hun og kongen fjernede sig mere og mere fra hinanden; i 1630 forlod hun hoffet og boede fra da af på sine jyske godser…

Adelsfrøkenen Kirsten Munk blev i 1615 Christian 4.s anden hustru. Hun var datter af Ludvig Munk og Ellen Marsvin. Sammen med kongen fik hun tolv børn, hvoraf otte overlevede. Kirsten Munk havde et tæt forhold til Christian 4, og hun beskrives som en både intelligent og selvstændig personlighed. I 1626 indledte hun imidlertid et forhold til rhingreve Otto Ludwig af Salm, og hun og kongen fjernede sig mere og mere fra hinanden; i 1630 forlod hun hoffet og boede fra da af på sine jyske godser…

Catherine de Medici. This is my favorite painting of her

Marguerite de Valois, painted by Clouet in Musée Condé - Chantilly / France. Marguerite was the daughter of King Henry II of France and Catherine de' Medici

HENRY III 1551-89 King of France and his mother Catherine de Medici, 1519-89 Queen of France, from Ball at court of Henry III, on the occasion of the marriage of the Duc de Joyeuse and Marguerite de Lorraine-VaudZmont, 24 September 1581, 16th century

HENRY III King of France and his mother Catherine de Medici, Queen of France, from Ball at court of Henry III, on the occasion of the marriage of the Duc de Joyeuse and Marguerite de Lorraine-VaudZmont, 24 September century

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