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  1. Agnes Von Wittelsbach - Historical records and family trees ... › names › agnes_von wittelsbach

    Agnes of Bavaria, Margravine of Brandenburg-Stendal was born in 1276, to Louis II, Duke of Bavaria and Matilda of Habsburg. Agnes had 2 children: Henry II Margrave of Brandenburg-Stendal and Sophia of Brandenburg-Stendal .

  2. List of consorts of rulers of Baden - Wikipedia › wiki › Margravine_of_Baden

    Became Margravine Ceased to be Margravine Death Spouse; Elisabeth of Brandenburg-Ansbach-Kulmbach: Frederick I, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach (Hohenzollern) 25 March 1494 29 September/7 October 1510 1 August 1515 husband's accession: 31 May 1518 Ernest: Kunigunde of Brandenburg-Kulmbach: Casimir, Margrave of Brandenburg-Bayreuth (Hohenzollern ...

  3. Henry IV of France's mtDNA lineage and cousins › forum › threads

    Jul 17, 2002 · From the 1st possible ancestry of Agnes of Glosow Via Anne of Austria, Margravine of Brandenburg - John V, Margrave of Brandenburg-Salzwedel (1302–1317) - Matilde of Brandenburg (died 1323) - Agnes of Brandenburg (1297–1334), Duchess of Brunswick-Lüneburg (2nd marriage) - Elisabeth of Brieg, Duchess of Oleśnica (c. 1311-1328)

  4. Christiane Eberhardine of Brandenburg-Bayreuth - Wikipedia › wiki › Christiane_Eberhardine
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    She was the firstborn child of Christian Ernst, Margrave of Brandenburg-Bayreuth, and his second wife, Sophie Louise, daughter of Eberhard III, Duke of Württemberg. She was named for her father, Christian, and her mother's father, Eberhard. As the daughter of the Margrave of Brandenburg-Bayreuth, she was margravineby birth. She had five younger siblings, only two of whom survived infancy. She remained close to her relatives in Bayreuth and continued to visit them after her marriage.

    She married Frederick Augustus, Duke of Saxony, the younger brother of the elector, John George IV, on 20 January 1693 at age 21. The marriage was purely political and highly unhappy. Augustus considered her boring, while she was shocked and hurt by his constant infidelity. Three years later, on 17 October 1696, their son Frederick Augustus was born in Dresden. This was the only pregnancy in their entire 34-year-long marriage. He was brought up by his paternal grandmother, Anna Sophie of Denmark. Because Christiane Eberhardine and her mother-in-law got on well, she visited her son frequently. Christiane Eberhardine's husband converted to Catholicism to become king of Poland, but she remained faithful to her Protestant beliefs and was not present at her husband's coronation, and was never crowned queenof Poland. Her Protestant countrymen named her "The Pillar of Saxony."

    Christiane Eberhardine became electress when Augustus succeeded his brother as elector in 1694. In the carnival procession with which Augustus celebrated his elevation, and where the members of his court drove through Dresden dressed as gods and goddesses, the mistress of her husband, Maria Aurora von Königsmarck, participated in the procession, driving the wagon of Apollo dressed as the goddess Aurora, while she participated in a minor role as one of the Vestal Virgins escorting the goddess Vesta.In 1696, Christiane Eberhardine gave birth to her only child, the heir to the throne, after the only pregnancy during her entire marriage. In 1697, Augustus converted to Catholicism and was elected King of Poland. Apparently, he had discussed neither his conversion nor his candidacy with her. His conversion caused a scandal in Saxony, and he was forced to guarantee the religious freedom of Saxony. According to the contemporary norms, Christiane Eberhardine, now queen, was expected to follo...

  5. Agnes (name) - Wikipedia › wiki › Agnesa
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    Agnė (Lithuanian)
    Ágnes (Hungarian)
    Agneeta (Finnish)
    Agnes (Danish, English, Estonian, German, Icelandic, Norwegian, Swedish)


    1. Agnes of Assisi(1197/98-1253), one of the first abbesses of the Order of Poor Ladies 2. Agnes of Bohemia(1211-1282), Bohemian princess (also listed in next section) 3. Agnes of Montepulciano(1263-1317), Dominican prioress 4. Agnes of Rome(c. 291–c. 304), virgin martyr


    1. Agnes I, Abbess of Quedlinburg(c. 1090-1125), Princess-Abbess of Quedlinburg 2. Agnes of Aquitaine (disambiguation) 3. Agnes of Antioch, (1154–c. 1184), Queen consort of Hungary 4. Agnes of Austria (disambiguation) 5. Agnes of Babenberg(c. 1108/13–1163), High Duchess of Poland and Duchess of Silesia 6. Agnes of Bohemia (1211-1282), Bohemian princess and saint (see above) 7. Agnes of Brandenburg(c. 1257–1304), Queen consort and regent of Denmark 8. Agnes of Burgundy, Duchess of Aquitaine(di...


    1. Agnès Arnauld(1593–1672), abbess of Port-Royal and major figure in French Jansenism 2. Agnes Atim Apea, Uganda social entrepreneur 3. Agnes Ayres, American silent film star 4. Agnes Baden-Powell, founder of the Girl Guides movement 5. Agnes Baltsa, Greek mezzo-soprano 6. Agnès Bénassy-Quéré(born 1966), French economist 7. Agnes Bernauer, morganatic wife of Albert III, Duke of Bavaria 8. Agnes Forbes Blackadder(1875 - 1964), Scottish medic 9. Anjezë Gonxha Bojaxhiu, better known as Mother T...

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    Agnés Oblige, a main character from the role-playing gameBravely Default
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    • Greek
    • "pure, lamb, holy"
  6. - Agnes of Burgundy, Duchess of Bourbon (1407-1476) Via Margaret of Brieg - Joanna of Bavaria, Queen of Germany and Bohemia (c. 1362–1386) - Margaret of Bavaria, (1363-1423), Duchess of Burgundy - William II, Duke of Bavaria, Count of Holland, Zeeland and Hainaut (1365–1417) - Albert II, Duke of Bavaria (1369-1397)

  7. List of European monarchs and pretenders : monarchism › r › monarchism

    France and Andorra. Monarch: Jean IV, King of the French, Co-Prince of Andorra ... > Sophie Jagiellon, Margravine of Brandenburg ... > Frederick, Duke of Bavaria ...

  8. Duchess Maria Antonia of Bavaria - Wikipedia › wiki › Duchess_Maria_Antonia_of

    Maria Antonia, Princess of Bavaria, Electress of Saxony (18 July 1724 – 23 April 1780) was a German princess, composer, singer, harpsichordist and patron, known particularly for her operas Il trionfo della fedeltà (Dresden, summer 1754) and Talestri, regina delle amazoni (Nymphenburg Palace, February 6, 1760).

  9. Elisabeth von Habsburg (1285 - 1353) - Genealogy › people › Elisabeth-of-Austria-Duchess

    Mar 15, 2010 · Elisabeth of Bavaria was daughter of Otto II Wittelsbach, Duke of Bavaria and his wife Agnes of the Palatinate. [edit] Life Elisabeth was betrothed at a young age to one of the sons of Philip IV of France, so her father could make stronger connections with France.

  10. Mathilde von Habsburg (c.1251 - 1304) - Genealogy › people › Mathilde-von-Habsburg

    Jan 16, 2020 · Matilda of Habsburg or Melchilde (Rheinfelden, ca. 1252-Munich, Bavaria, 23 December 1304) was the eldest daughter of Rudolph I of Germany and Gertrude of Hohenburg. Her siblings included: Judith of Habsburg, Klementia of Habsburg and Albert I of Germany. Biography. On the 24 October 1273, Matilda married Louis II, Duke of Bavaria in Aachen ...

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