Vaz was responsible for tutoring Catherine's daughter, Princess Maria, as well as Catherine's niece, also called Maria, and a scholar in her own right.   After the death of her husband in 1557, she was challenged by her daughter-in-law and niece, Joan of Austria , over the role of regent for her grandchild, the infant King Sebastian.
Apr 03, 2017 · Catherine of Austria was born on 14 January 1507 as the daughter of Joanna of Castile and Philip I of Castile, who had sadly passed away in September 1506. Joanna was forced into confinement by her father, and Catherine was the only one of her children to be with her in her confinement. When the time came for her to marry, she was at last released.
Biography of Catherine of Austria, Queen of Poland (excerpt) Catherine of Austria (September 15, 1533 – February 28, 1572) was a member of the House of Habsburg, Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania and the last consort of King Sigismund II Augustus. Biography Catherine was one of the fifteen children of Ferdinand I, Holy Roman ...
Elizabeth of Austria (1526-1545) was the eldest child of the Habsburg king Ferdinand I and Queen Anne of Bohemia and Hungary. Her marriage to the future king of Poland, Sigismund Augustus (1520-1572), son of King Sigismund I and Queen Bona Sforza, was planned almost from her birth. Catherine of Austria (1533-1572) was the seventh child of Ferdinand I of Habsburg and Anne of Bohemia and Hungary ...
Catherine (19 April 1594 – 16 May 1594) Władysław (9 June 1595 – 20 May 1648), (reigned 1632-1648 as Władysław IV of Poland) Catherine (27 September 1596 – 2 June 1597) Christopher (10 February 1598 – 10 February 1598) Ancestors
Margaret of Austria ... became Queens of Poland. Queen of Spain ... Catherine of Austria: Queen consort of Portugal 1598–1611
Anne of Austria (16 August 1573 – 10 February 1598) was Queen of Poland and Sweden as the first consort of King Sigismund III Vasa. Biography. Anne was a daughter of Charles II of Austria and Maria Anna of Bavaria.
1533-09-15 Catherine of Austria, queen consort of Poland and Lithuania (d. 1572) 1551-09-19 Henry III, King of Poland and France (1573-89), born in Château de Fontainebleau, France (d. 1589) 1561-08-24 Bartholomeus Pitiscus, German mathematician (Trigonometry), born in Zielona Góra, Poland (d. 1613)
The Catherine spelling was a Top 100 name until the millennium; it reached as high as Number 18 in the 19-teens. Catherine has been well used throughout history for saints (one of whom, Catherine of Alexandria is the patron saint of philosophers, students, craftsmen, nurses,and librarians), queens, and commoners alike.