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  1. Margarete Weißkirchner - Wikipedia

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    Margarete Weißkirchner (1460-1500), was the common-law-spouse of Philip I, Count of Hanau-Münzenberg from 1477 until their death in 1500. They openly lived together after the death of Philip's spouse in 1477. They could not marry, because she was a commoner.

  2. Margarete Weißkirchner – Wikipedia

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    Margarete Weißkirchner (* um 1460; † nach 1500) war die – nicht standesgemäße – Lebensgefährtin des Grafen Philipp I. (des Jüngeren) von Hanau-Münzenberg nach dem Tod seiner Frau Adriana von Nassau-Dillenburg (1477). Margarete Weißkirchner war eine Hanauer Untertanin.

  3. Margarete - Wikipedia

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    Margarete Weißkirchner (1460–1500), commoner and common-law spouse of Philip I, Count of Hanau-Münzenberg Margarete of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel (1516 or 1517–1580), a princess of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel by birth, Duchess of Münsterberg, Oels and Bernstadt by marriage

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  4. Margarete Weißkirchner

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    Das Gothaer Liebespaar, mit hoher Wahrscheinlichkeit: Graf Philipp I. (der Jüngere) und Margaret Weißkirchner Margarete Weißkirchner (* um 1460; † nach 1500) war die – nicht standesgemäße – Lebensgefährtin des Grafen Philipp I. (des Jüngeren) von

  5. Master of the Amsterdam cabinet: The Gotha Lovers (1480)

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    May 31, 2018 · The identity of the couple is not known but it is assumed that it is Count Philipp I 'the younger' of Hanau-Münzenberg (1449-1500) with Margarete Weißkirchner (1460-1500). Margarete Weißkirchner was a commoner and therefore count Philipp could not marry her but the couple lived together and made public appearances.

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  6. Royal mistress - Find link - Edward Betts

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    Margarete Weißkirchner (173 words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article marry, because she was a commoner. Margaret was not considered Philip's royal mistress, but was treated as if though they were married. He appeared with her

  7. Margarete Weißkirchner – Wikipedia

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    Margarete Weißkirchner, född 1460, död 1500, var mätress till Filip I av Hanau-Münzenberg.Paret levde öppet tillsammans efter Filips första hustrus död 1477, men förhållandet beskrevs inte så som det mellan en monark och hans mätress, utan tycks ha accepterats som ett civilt äktenskap utan vigsel.

  8. Philipp I, Count of Hanau-Münzenberg - Wikipedia

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    After the death of his wife Philipp the Younger lived together with Margarete Weißkirchner. He could not marry her, because she was a commoner. Cohabiting was apparently accepted universally. He appeared with her in public. The most representative testimony is probably the first large-scale double portrait in art history, the so-called Gotha ...

  9. Hanau - Find link - Edward Betts

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    Margarete Weißkirchner (173 words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article Weißkirchner (1460-1500), was the common-law-spouse of Philip I, Count of Hanau-Münzenberg from 1477 until their death in 1500. They openly lived together

  10. Kategori:Mätresser – Wikipedia

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    Margarete Weißkirchner; Philippine Welser; Y. Yang Guifei; Z. Zaida av Sevilla; Senast redigerad den 9 mars 2013, kl 00.36. Innehållet är tillgängligt under CC ...