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  1. Barbara of Austria (30 April 1539 – 19 September 1572), was an Archduchess of Austria as a member of the House of Habsburg and by marriage Duchess consort of Ferrara, Modena and Reggio during 1565–1572.

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  2. Archduchess Barbara of Austria - Wikipedia

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    Barbara of Austria (30 April 1539 – 19 September 1572), was an Archduchess of Austria as a member of the House of Habsburg and by marriage Duchess consort of Ferrara, Modena and Reggio during 1565–1572.

  3. Profile for Barbara of Austria from The Second Duchess (page 1)

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    Archduchess Barbara of Austria (30 April 1539 – 19 September 1572) was born in Vienna to Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor and Anna of Bohemia and Hungary. From 1547, in Innsbruck with her sisters Magdalena, Margareta, Helena and Johanna, she received a deeply religious upbringing.

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    Barbara of Austria(30 April 1539 – 19 September 1572) was born in Viennato Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperorand Anna of Bohemia and Hungary. From 1547, in Innsbruckwith her sisters Magdalena, Margareta, Helena and Johanna, she received a deeply religious upbringing. Even though Barbara was regarded as plain, several proposals had been made for her hand, due to her connections with the Austrian and Spanish courts.

  5. Barbara von Österreich-Habsburg (Habsburg), ducessa di ...

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    Barbara of Austria Barbara of Austria (30 April 1539 – 19 September 1572) was born in Vienna to Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor and Anna of Bohemia and Hungary. From 1547, in Innsbruck with her sisters Magdalena, Margareta, Helena and Johanna, she received a deeply religious upbringing.

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  6. About: Archduchess Barbara of Austria - DBpedia

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    About: Archduchess Barbara of Austria Barbara von Österreich (* 30. April 1539 in Innsbruck; † 19. September 1572 in Ferrara) war eine Erzherzogin von... Bárbara de Habsburgo (Innsbruck, 30 de abril de 1539 - Ferrara, 19 de septiembre de 1572). Archiduquesa de Austria. Era... Barbara d'Autriche, ...

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    Barbara of Austria (30 April 1539 – 19 September 1572) was born in Vienna to Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor and Anna of Bohemia and Hungary. From 1547, in Innsbruck with her sisters Magdalena,...

  8. Archduchess Barbara of Austria - Wikipedia, the free ...

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    Barbara of Austria (1539 - 1572). Daughter of Ferdinand I and Anna of Bohemia and Hungary. She married Alfonso II, Duke of Ferrara. Find this Pin and more on Austrian Archdukes and Archduchessesby Ashley Meddaugh.

  9. Archduchess Barbara of Austria - YouTube

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    Sep 25, 2016 · Barbara of Austria was born in Vienna to Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor and Anna of Bohemia and Hungary.From 1547, in Innsbruck with her sisters Magdalena, Margareta, Helena and Johanna, she ...

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  10. Archduchess of Austria, 26, marries Belgian racing driver ...

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    Jul 21, 2020 · The Archduchess, 26, is the great-granddaughter of Austria's last Emperor Dolce & Gabbana model studied law and insists she leads a 'normal life' Pair have been dating since 2017 and announced...

  11. Margaret of Austria, Duchess of Savoy - Wikipedia

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    Archduchess Margaret of Austria, suo jure Countess of Artois, was Governor of the Habsburg Netherlands from 1507 to 1515 and again from 1519 to 1530. She was the first of many female regents in the Netherlands. A central political figure of the early 16th century, Margaret was one of the greatest government administrators, political negotiators, and patrons of her time. She helped Emperor Charles V overcome his uncertain steps at the beginning of his reign and was an invaluable asset to his rule