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  1. Catherine II, also Catherine of Valois or Catherine of Taranto (before 15 April 1303 – October 1346), was the recognised Latin Empress of Constantinople from 1307–1346, although she lived in exile and only had authority over Crusader States in Greece.

  2. Catherine is also portrayed in the book Médicis Daughter: A Novel of Marguerite de Valois by Sophie Perinot, which follows Margaret of Valois. Virna Lisi assumed the role of Catherine in La Reine Margot , a 1994 French period film directed by Patrice Chéreau . [148]

  3. Catherine de France, ou Catherine de Valois, née le 27 octobre 1401 à Paris et morte le 3 janvier 1437 à Londres, est une des filles du roi Charles VI de France et d'Isabeau de Bavière. Elle est reine d'Angleterre par son mariage avec le roi Henri V .

  4. Catherine de’ Medici, also called Catherine de Médicis, Italian Caterina de’ Medici, (born April 13, 1519, Florence [Italy]—died January 5, 1589, Blois, France), queen consort of Henry II of France (reigned 1547–59) and subsequently regent of France (1560–74), who was one of the most influential personalities of the Catholic–Huguenot wars. Three of her sons were kings of France ...

  5. Aug 13, 2021 · Catherine de Medici was one of the most powerful women of the 16th century, ruling over the royal French court for 17 years in varying degrees of influence and strength. Devoted to her children and the success of the Valois line, Catherine supported 3 sons as Kings of France through some of the country’s most violent religious turmoil.

  6. După divorț, Catherine de Aragon a fost exilată de la Curte la castelul Kimbolton, în comitatul Cambridgeshire, unde a murit pe 7 ianuarie 1536. A fost înmormântată la Catedrala Peterborough, ca prințesă văduvă de Wales (Dowager Princess of Wales) - singurul titlu recunoscut de rege după divorț, ca văduvă a fratelui său - și nu ...

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