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  1. Catherine of Bohemia - Wikipedia

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    Catherine of Bohemia. Catherine of Bohemia ( Czech: Kateřina Lucemburská, German: Katharina von Böhmen; 19 August 1342 – 26 April 1395) also known as Catherine of Luxembourg was Electress of Brandenburg, the second daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV and Blanche of Valois . Catherine was born on 19 August 1342, the third child and ...

  2. Catherine of Bohemia. Catherine of Bohemia (Czech: Kateřina Lucemburská, German: Katharina von Böhmen; 19 August 1342 – 26 April 1395) was Electress of Brandenburg, the second daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV and Blanche of Valois. Catherine was born on 19 August 1342, the third child and second surviving daughter of Charles IV ...

  3. Catherine of Bohemia - Infogalactic: the planetary knowledge core

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    Mother. Blanche of Valois. Catherine of Bohemia ( Czech: Kateřina Lucemburská, German: Katharina von Böhmen; 19 August 1342 – 26 April 1395) was Electress of Brandenburg, the second daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV and Blanche of Valois. Catherine was born on 19 August 1342, the third child and second surviving daughter of Charles ...

  4. Catherine, Duchess of Austria, Electress of Brandenburg

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    Mar 28, 2020 · About Catherine, Duchess of Austria, Electress of Brandenburg Katharine of Bohemia From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Katharine of Bohemia (Prague 19 August 1342 – 26 April 1395) was the second daughter of Emperor Charles IV and Blanche of Valois

    • "Catherine"
    • Prague, Bohemia, Austria
    • August 19, 1342
    • April 26, 1395 (52)Austria
  5. Person:Catherine of Bohemia (1) - Genealogy

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    Catherine of Bohemia. b. 19 Aug 1342 Praha, Praha, Čechy, Czechoslovakia d. 26 Apr 1395

  6. Category:Catherine of Bohemia - Wikimedia Commons

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    Media in category "Catherine of Bohemia". The following 8 files are in this category, out of 8 total. Katharina of Bohemia.jpg 388 × 486; 106 KB. Katka Luc.jpg 407 × 677; 53 KB. KatkaLuc Stephansdom.jpg 600 × 736; 115 KB. Stephansdom Vienna June 2006 032.jpg 1,920 × 2,560; 862 KB.

  7. Saint Catherine of Alexandria - ThoughtCo

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    • How We Know About Saint Catherine of Alexandria
    • Legendary Life of Saint Catherine of Alexandria
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    Eusebius writes about 320 of a Christian woman of Alexandria who refused the advances of the Roman emperor and, as a consequence of her refusal, lost her estates and was banished. Popular stories add more details, some of which conflict with each other. The following summarizes the life of Saint Catherine of Alexandria depicted in those popular stories. The story is found in the Golden Legendand also in an "Acts" of her life.

    Catherine of Alexandria is said to have been born the daughter of Cestus, wealthy man of Alexandria in Egypt. She was noted for her wealth, intelligence, and beauty. She is said to have learned philosophy, languages, science (natural philosophy), and medicine. She refused to marry, not finding any man who was her equal. Either her mother or her reading introduced her to the Christian religion. She is said to have challenged the emperor (Maximinus or Maximian or his son Maxentius are variously thought to be the anti-Christian emperor in question) when she was eighteen years old. The emperor brought in some 50 philosophers to dispute her Christian ideas -- but she convinced them all to convert, at which point the emperor burned them all to death. She then is said to have converted others, even the empress. Then the emperor is said to have tried to make her his empress or mistress, and when she refused, she was tortured on a spiked wheel, which miraculously fell apart and the parts kil...

    In about the 8th or 9th century, a story became popular that after she died, St. Catherine's body was carried by angels to Mount Sinai, and that the monastery there was built in honor of this event. In medieval times, St. Catherine of Alexandria was among the most popular saints, and was often depicted in statues, paintings, and other art in churches and chapels. She has been included as one of the fourteen "holy helpers," or important saints to pray to for healing. She was considered a protector of young girls and especially of those who were students or in cloisters. She was also considered the patroness of wheelwrights, mechanics, millers, philosophers, scribes, and preachers. St. Catherine was especially popular in France, and she was one of the saints whose voices were heard by Joan of Arc. The popularity of the name "Catherine" (in various spellings) is likely based on Catherine of Alexandria's popularity. In Orthodox Churches Catherine of Alexandria is known as a "great marty...

  8. Catherine DeMaio Obituary (2019) - Bohemia, NY - Newsday

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    Dec 28, 2019 · DEMAIO - Catherine of Bohemia, NY (formerly of East Meadow, NY) on December 23, 2019 in her 81st year. Beloved wife of the late Joseph. Loving mother of Elizabeth Seaman (Glenn), James DeMaio (Mary),

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  9. Category:Catherine of Podebrady - Wikimedia Commons

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    Oct 04, 2019 · 1449 births. 1464 deaths. Catherine (given name) Cunigunde (given name) Queens of Hungary. Princesses of Bohemia. Podiebrad family. Deaths in childbirth. Queens of Croatia.

  10. Bohemia Historical Society

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    A community meeting decided that "Bohemia" would be the name of the village replacing the previous "Tabor" and "Bohemia Village." Joseph Nohowec served as its first postmaster. Recognizing the need for better organization to deal with the danger of fire, a group of men met on Jan. 30, 1893 to form Hook and Ladder Company #1.

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