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  1. Christina of Holstein-Gottorp - Wikipedia › wiki › Christina_of_Holstein-Gottorp

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Christina of Holstein-Gottorp (13 April 1573 in Kiel – 8 December 1625 at Gripsholm Castle) was Queen of Sweden as the second wife of King Charles IX. She served as regent in 1605, during the absence of her spouse, and in 1611, during the minority of her son, King Gustav II Adolph.

  2. Christina kan Holstein-Gottorp - Wikipedia › wiki › Christina_of_Holstein-Gottorp

    Christina of Holstein-Gottorp; Queen consort of Sweden; Tenure: 22 March 1604 – 30 October 1611: Koronasyon: 15 March 1607

    • 15 March 1607
    • 13 April 1573, Kiel
    • 22 March 1604 – 30 October 1611
    • 8 Desyembre 1625 (edad 52), Gripsholm Castle
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  4. Duke of Holstein-Gottorp - Wikipedia › wiki › Duke_of_Holstein-Gottorp
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    Holstein-Gottorp or Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorp is the historiographical name, as well as contemporary shorthand name, for the parts of the duchies of Schleswig and Holstein, also known as Ducal Holstein, that were ruled by the dukes of Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorp. Other parts of the duchies were ruled by the kings of Denmark. The territories of Gottorp are located in present-day Denmark and Germany. The main seat of the dukes was Gottorf Castle in the city of Schleswig in the duchy of Schleswig.

    In 1544, the so-called "one-third duchy" was ceded to Adolf, third son of King Frederick I of Denmark and the youngest half-brother of King Christian III of Denmark. Thus, the surviving House of Holstein-Gottorp is a cadet branch of the House of Oldenburg. The Dukes of Holstein-Gottorp shared the uneasy rule of Schleswig and Holstein with the Kings of Denmark. As such, they were often allies of the Swedes, enemies of the Danes. This longtime alliance was sealed by several dynastic marriages: Chr

    Dukes of Schleswig and Holstein at Gottorp: 1. 1544–1586: Adolf 2. 1586–1587: Frederick II 3. 1587–1590: Philip 4. 1590–1616: John Adolf 5. 1616–1659: Frederick III 6. 1659–1694: Christian Albert 7. 1694–1702: Frederick IV 8. 1702–1720: Charles Frederick Dukes of Holstein-Gottorp at Kiel: 1720–1739: Charles Frederick 1739–1762: Karl Peter Ulrich 1762–1773: Paul 1773 exchanged claim for Duchy of Oldenburg Titular Dukes of Holstein-Gottorp at St Petersburg: 1773–1801 ...

  5. Christina de Holstein-Gottorp - Wikipedia › wiki › Christina_de_Holstein-Gottorp

    De la Wikipedia, enciclopedia liberă. Christina de Holstein-Gottorp ( 13 aprilie 1573 – 8 decembrie 1625) a fost regină consort a Suediei ca soție a regelui Carol al IX-lea al Suediei. A fost regentă a Suediei și mama regelui Gustavus Adolphus al Suediei.

    • 8 decembrie 1625 (52 de ani), Castelul Gripsholm
    • 13 aprilie 1573, Kiel
  6. Christina ng Holstein-Gottorp - Wikipedia, ang malayang ... › wiki › Christina_ng_Holstein-Gottorp

    Si Christina ng Holstein-Gottorp (13 Abril 1573 sa Kiel – 8 Disyembre 1625 sa Gripsholm Castle ) ay Reyna ng Sweden bilang pangalawang asawa ni Haring Charles IX . Siya ay nagsilbi bilang regent noong 1605, habang wala ang kanyang asawa, at noong 1611, sa panahong minorya ng kanyang anak na si Haring Gustav II Adolph .

  7. Talk:Christina of Holstein-Gottorp - Wikipedia › wiki › Talk:Christina_of_Holstein

    Talk:Christina of Holstein-Gottorp ... This article is within the scope of WikiProject Germany, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of Germany on Wikipedia.

  8. Christine of Hesse - Wikipedia › wiki › Christine_of_Hesse

    Christine of Hesse (29 June 1543 – 13 May 1604) was Duchess consort of Holstein-Gottorp as the spouse of Duke Adolf of Holstein-Gottorp. She exerted some political influence as a widow after 1586. She exerted some political influence as a widow after 1586.

  9. Joanna Elisabeth of Holstein-Gottorp - Wikipedia › wiki › Joanna_Elisabeth_of

    Johanna Elisabeth of Holstein-Gottorp (24 October 1712 – 30 May 1760) was a German regent, Princess of Anhalt-Zerbst by marriage to Christian August, Prince of Anhalt-Zerbst, and regent of Anhalt-Zerbst from 1747 to 1752 for her minor son, Frederick Augustus. She is best known as the mother of Catherine the Great of Russia.

  10. Christine Holstein-Gottorp (1573-1625) | WikiTree FREE Family ... › wiki › Holstein-Gottorp-13

    May 02, 2019 · ↑ Christina von Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorf Original name: Christina Kristina of Holstein-Gottorp on Find A Grave: Memorial #15846584 Retrieved 30 sep 2016. Wikipedia:Christina_of_Holstein-Gottorp Svenskt Biografiskt Lexikon #11772

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