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  1. Catherine of Masovia - Wikipedia

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    Catherine of Masovia (Polish: Katarzyna mazowiecka; 1413/16 – between 2 June 1479 and 5 July 1480) was a Polish princess member of the House of Piast in the Masovian branch. She was the eighth and youngest daughter of Siemowit IV, Duke of Masovia and Alexandra , a daughter of Algirdas , Grand Duke of Lithuania and sister of King Władysław II Jagiełło of Poland .

  2. Catherine of Austria (1420–1493) - Wikipedia

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    Catherine was a daughter of the Duke Ernest I of Austria and Styria, nicknamed "the Iron" (1377-1424) from his marriage to Cymburgis (1394-1429), a daughter of Duke Siemowit IV of Masovia. Catherine's older brother Frederick III was crowned Holy Roman Emperor in 1452.

  3. Cymburgis of Masovia - Wikipedia

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    Cymburgis of Masovia (German: Cimburgis von Masowien), also Zimburgis or Cimburga (Polish: Cymbarka mazowiecka; 1394 or 1397 – 28 September 1429), a member of the Polish Piast dynasty, was Duchess of Austria from 1412 until 1424, by her marriage with the Habsburg duke Ernest the Iron.

  4. Catherine (c. 1420–1493) | Encyclopedia.com

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    Catherine (c. 1420–1493)Austrian royal.

  5. CATHERINE OF RUSSIA AND THE JESUITS - Jesuit Online Library

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    CATHERINE OF RUSSIA AND THE JESUITS W. B. Faherty, S.J. Though Catherine the Great was nominally an Orthodox Christian, she was destined to play an important role in a most unusual event of Catholic Church History,—the saving of the Society of Jesus from complete destruction.

  6. Catherine the Great Biography | Pantheon

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    Catherine the Great Catherine II (born Sophie of Anhalt-Zerbst; 2 May 1729 – 17 November 1796), most commonly known as Catherine the Great, was Empress of Russia from 1762 until 1796—the country's longest-ruling female leader. She came to power following a coup d'état that overthrew her husband, Peter III.

  7. Cimburca of Masovia (c. 1396–1429) | Encyclopedia.com

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    Cimburca of Masovia (c. 1396–1429)Duchess of Inner Austria. Name variations: Cimburgis of Mazovia; Cymbarka; Cymburga. Born between 1394 and 1397; died on September 28, 1429, in Turnitz near Lilienfeld; second wife of Ernest the Iron of Habsburg (d. 1424), duke of Inner Austria (son of Virida Visconti and Leopold III of Habsburg); children: Friedrich IV the Fair also known as Frederick III ...

  8. About: Cymburgis of Masovia - DBpedia

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    She was the second daughter of Siemowit IV, Duke of Masovia and Alexandra, a daughter of Algirdas, Grand Duke of Lithuania and sister of King Władysław II Jagiełło of Poland.

  9. Catherine of Austria, Queen of Portugal - Wikipedia

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    Catherine of Austria (Portuguese: Catarina; 14 January 1507 – 12 February 1578) was Queen of Portugal as wife of King John III, and regent during the minority of her grandson, King Sebastian, from 1557 until 1562.

  10. Michael Žygimantaitis (c1405-1452) | Familypedia | Fandom

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    Michael Žygimantaitis was born 1405 to Sigismund Kęstutaitis (c1365-1440) . He married Anna of Masovia (1411-1435) . He married Eufemia (c1410-1436) . He married Catherine of Masovia (c1415-c1479) . Ancestors are fromLithuania, Belarus. Michael Žygimantaitis'[1] (Lithuanian: Mykolas...